Icky Sticky Stickers
It's time to go to the School of Roars! Join the monsters for a roarsome day at school.Stick, puzzle and play with these icky sticky stickers, just like Icklewoo's. Meet the monsters and their families and learn all about the roarsome School of Roars.Brilliantly exploring first experiences and featuring themes of sharing, friendship and problem-solving, this School of Roars sticker book is perfect for little monsters everywhere!Also available: School of Roars: Bestest Friends, School of Roars: Show and Tell
Incy Wincy Spider
By Pat-a-Cake, Richard Merritt
Incy Wincy Spider combines lively pictures with a classic rhyme that's easy for parents and carers to recognise and recite. Young children will adore searching the page for flaps to open while singing along. The spotting game at the end is a great incentive to go through the pages once again until each tiny thing is found! Nursery Rhymes are important stepping stones to language development. The rhymes usually tell a story, too, with a beginning, a middle and an end. This teaches children that events happen in sequence, and they begin to follow along. Nursery rhymes are also full of repetition making them easy to remember, and often become some of a child's first sentences.Also available: The Wheels on the Bus, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Hey Diddle Diddle, Row, Row, Row Your Boat
I Will Love You Anyway
By Mick Inkpen, Chloe Inkpen
From the creators of Kipper and Wibbly Pig, comes a funny and moving classic-in-the-making, now in an adorable mini hardback edition.I don't do 'sit!'I don't do 'stay!'But I will love you anyway.From the celebrated creators of Kipper, Wibbly Pig, and Zoe and Beans comes a picture book to treasure. Dog is very badly behaved - he destroys everything, chases cars and won't stop running away! But when he finds himself lost and alone there is one person he can count on.Praise for Mick Inkpen:'You simply cannot fail to win smiles with a new book about Kipper.' Daily Mail'The charmingly comical Inkpen, as always, hits the spot.' GuardianPraise for Zoe and Beans:'These books will become well-loved members of any child's book collection.' CarouselFor activities, competitions and other fun stuff check out www.chloeinkpen.comMick Inkpen has been a bestselling children's author for over 25 years. He is one of today's most popular picture book author/illustrators and the famous creator of both Kipper and Wibbly Pig. Mick has won the Children's Book Award for Threadbear and the British Book Award twice, for Penguin Small and Lullabyhullaballoo. Kipper won a BAFTA for Best Animated Film. It wasn't until Mick became a father that he began his career in children's books. Now father and daughter have come together for a unique and exciting picture book partnership. Chloë Inkpen grew up surrounded by picture books and has a natural gift for storytelling. A love of language and art saw her swap an English degree course at Nottingham University for a degree in Illustration at the Glasgow School of Art. In her final year Chloë was awarded second place in the Macmillan Prize for Illustration. Chloë's events in schools, libraries and festivals across the UK regularly receive glowing reviews. Mick and Chloë are the co-creators of Hole in the Zoo, the Fred series and the Zoe and Beans series.
I Am Too Absolutely Small For School
By Lauren Child
A classic Charlie and Lola picture book about starting school worries, from Children's Laureate Lauren Child - now in a brilliant board book edition!Charlie's little sister Lola is nearly big enough to go to school. But Lola is not so sure...Lola says, "I am absolutely not BIG. I am still really quite small. I probably do not have time to go to school. I am too extremely busy doing important things at home." This classic first-day-at-school tale addresses children's fears with warmth, humour, and a lot of fun.As seen on CBeebies!'No first-timer should start school without this book' - The Sunday Times
Incy Wincy Spider
By Karen Erasmus
We all know that the rain washed the Incy Wincy spider down the water spout. But where else did he try to shelter before the sun came out? In this fun and lively story, Incy tries to find a place to rest - but keeps getting into strife! When he crawls under the house, he comes face to face with a hungry cat. In the living room, he nearly gets sucked up by Gran's vacuum cleaner, and his comfy resting place in the laundry hamper leads to a wet and wild ride in the washing machine. The adventures of this determined little spider are brought to life by Karen Erasmus' brightly coloured and irresistible illustrations.
In the Street
By J.P. Percy
Have you ever looked really closely at the things you see every day in the street? What if you could only see a little bit of an object - would you be able to tell what it is? Look at a picture, read the clue, guess what it is and then turn the page to see if you are right!A book for parents and teachers to share with younger children that encourages them to engage with the world around them through a guessing game.For children aged 3+
In the Rainforest
By J.P. Percy
Just how closely do you look at the world around you? Could you recognise rainforest plants and animals from a close up picture? A book that encourages children to use observation skills to translate what they see in the real word, to what they read and see on a page. Fun activity suggestions at the back of the book will help children and parents, teachers and carers to make the most of this book.For EYFS children a series of six books based on familiar subjects for very young children.
I Can Help
By Liz Lennon
Using simple words and colourful photographs, this book helps young children find out how they can help at home and in the wider world. A perfect introduction to learning about good behaviour, the text is ideal for sharing or reading out loud. Notes for parents or caregivers are also included.It is part of the Little Stars series, which introduce first concepts in a friendly and engaging way.
I Am Kind
By Liz Lennon
Using simple words and colourful photographs, this book helps young children find out all about kindness and friendship. A perfect introduction to learning about good behaviour, the text is ideal for sharing or reading out loud. Notes for parents or caregivers are also included.It is part of the Little Stars series, which introduce first concepts in a friendly and engaging way.
I Love You, Baby
By Giles Andreae, Emma Dodd
An adorable, heart-felt picture book about the arrival of a new baby - from the author of international bestseller, Giraffes Can't Dance.One little boy discovers all the wonderful things about his new little sibling in this joyful top-to-toe celebration of babies. A sweet, warm-hearted book that's perfect for sharing when welcoming a new baby to the family. Created by the team behind family favourites I Love My Daddy and I Love My Mummy - winner of the Booktrust Early Years Award.
Is A Blue Whale The Biggest Thing There is?: A book about size
By Robert E. Wells
A blue whale is big, in fact it's huge - but is it really the biggest thing there is? To find the answer, set off on an amazing journey of discovery in which you'll find that, while a whale is big, other things are much bigger. In your search discover the very big, the amazingly huge and the incredibly enormous before finding out what can really be called the biggest thing there is.The Wonderwise series presents facts in a way that will inspire young children's imaginations about the world around them. Wonderwise is an award-winning series of information books, perfect for introducing younger children to non-fiction. The books include updated notes and activities to support the new primary curriculum.
If Your Dreams Take Off and Fly
By John Butler
A poetic and inspiring story about the power of imagination that's perfect for sharing at bedtime.As a little boy drifts off to sleep one night, his dreams take him on an adventure around the world. He imagines vast oceans where dolphins leap through the waves; icy landscapes where penguins huddle for warmth and wild grasslands where hippos, giraffes and zebras roam free. John Butler captures each scene in beautiful detail, filling every landscape with a wealth of beautifully depicted animals and plants.