Related to: 'Kat Uno'

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Goodnight, Aliens!

Pat-a-Cake, Kat Uno
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Pat-a-Cake, Kat Uno
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Blast Off!

Pat-a-Cake, Kat Uno
Contributors:
Pat-a-Cake, Kat Uno

This first space book features fun astronaut friends to count and a mirror to make babies giggle.Blast Off! introduces counting to little ones! This board book set in space will delight young babies. With shiny foil on the cover and bright colours to capture and keep their attention, this book will be revisited time and time again. It will also be interesting to older toddlers. The mirror at the back will entrance babies, and reaching for the page helps with the development of their hand-eye coordination.Simple text and lots of sounds to make - whoosh! - make the book easy to use and encourages carer and child interaction. Also available: Out of this World, Zoom to the Moon!, Goodnight Aliens

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Here Come the Tractors

Pat-a-Cake, Kat Uno
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Pat-a-Cake, Kat Uno

Clap hands and play with this range of exciting toddler touch-and-feel books!Here Come the Tractors is a playful touch-and-feel book, full of energy, fun and busy tractor friends. Toddlers will laugh, shout, clap their hands and join in the fun as the simple text encourages them to point, match and talk about the friendly tractor pals playing on every page. With textures to feel on every page and a fun matching game at the end, everyone will want to clap hands for the tractors!Also available: Here Come the Monkeys, Here Come the Kittens, Here Come the Puppies, Here Come the Dinosaurs, Here Come the Chicks, Here Come the Bunnies, Here Come the Unicorns, Here Come the Llamas, Here Come the Mummies and Babies, Here Come the Dragons, Here Come the Mermaids

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Here Come the Mermaids

Pat-a-Cake, Kat Uno
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Pat-a-Cake, Kat Uno

Clap hands and play with this range of exciting toddler touch-and-feel books!Here Come the Mermaids is a playful touch-and-feel book, full of energy, fun and of course, lots of magical mermaid friends! Toddlers will laugh, shout, clap their hands and join in the fun as the simple text encourages them to point, match and talk about the magical pals playing on every page. With textures to feel on every page and a fun matching game at the end, everyone will want to clap hands for the favourite mermaid friends!Also available: Here Come the Unicorns, Here Come the Mummies and Babies, Here Come the Dragons

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Amazing Animals

Pat-a-Cake, Gwé
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Pat-a-Cake, Gwé

Babies will love this special fold-out roundabout book with lots of animal friends that's perfect for tummy time and getting them talking.Talking to a baby is the easiest and most enjoyable way that parents and carers can help them learn and develop. Chatterbox Baby has been specially created to help bathe babies in language - the key to later speech and understanding.Babies will squeal with happiness when they see and touch all the friendly creatures in Amazing Animals. This special fold-out roundabout book is perfect to set up on the floor for tummy time. There are lots of animals to see, and the pages have large textured areas to touch and explore. Amazing Animals also introduces animal sounds for carers and babies to roar, squeak and splash along with. The charming art and lots to talk about on every page mean that this book is sure to become a firm favourite. Also available: Farmyard Friends, Go, Car, Go!

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Out of this World

Pat-a-Cake, Kat Uno
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Pat-a-Cake, Kat Uno

This shiny fold-out frieze book introduces big ideas to little ones! This first book about space will delight young babies. With shiny foil to focus on and bright colour to capture and keep their attention, this book will be revisited time and time again - and also be interesting to older toddlers. One side of the frieze shows the planets in our solar system, and the other side shows a big view from the International Space Station. Perfect to fold out and prop on the floor to keep babies entertained during tummy time or playtime. Simple text and lots of sounds to make the book easy to use and encourage carer and child interaction. Also available: Space Baby: Zoom to the Moon!

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Zoom to the Moon!

Pat-a-Cake, Kat Uno
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Pat-a-Cake, Kat Uno
Franklin Watts

Positively Teenage

Nicola Morgan
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Nicola Morgan
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Farmyard Friends

Pat-a-Cake, Gwé
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Pat-a-Cake, Gwé
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Go, Car, Go!

Pat-a-Cake, Gwé
Contributors:
Pat-a-Cake, Gwé

Babies will love this brilliant interactive touch and feel book that's perfect for getting them talking.Talking to a baby is the easiest and most enjoyable way that parents and carers can help them learn and develop. Chatterbox Baby has been specially created to help bathe babies in language - the key to later speech and understanding.Babies will squeal with happiness when they see and touch all the whizzy vehicles in Go, Car, Go. From fast cars to gently drifting balloons, there are lots of things to spot and drivers to wave to, and the pages have large textured areas to touch and explore. Go, Car, Go also introduces some environmental sounds like beeping, zooming and whooshing. The charming art and lots to talk about on every page mean that this book is sure to become a firm favourite. Also available: Farmyard Friends

Franklin Watts

Exploring Emotions

Paul Christelis, Elisa Paganelli
Contributors:
Paul Christelis, Elisa Paganelli
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

Ryan Higa’s How to Write Good

Ryan Higa
Authors:
Ryan Higa
Hodder Children's Books

Ready Steady Mo!

Mo Farah, Kes Gray, Marta Kissi
Contributors:
Mo Farah, Kes Gray, Marta Kissi
Hodder Children's Books

Rules of Summer

Shaun Tan, Shaun Tan
Authors:
Shaun Tan, Shaun Tan

Academy Award and Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award winner Shaun Tan combines humour and surreal fantasy to picture a summer in the lives of two boys. The boys hide from a giant red rabbit and outwit a crowd of scary eagles, but when they their games become ever darker and sinister they learn that breaking the rules can be dangerous.'Visually fascinating.' - The New York Times'Thrilling, disturbing and hard to shake...one startling image after another.' - Wall Street JournalOther titles by Shaun Tan include: The Red Tree, The Lost Thing, Tales from Outer Suburbia and the acclaimed wordless novel The Arrival.Read more about Shaun Tan at http://www.shauntan.net/

Orion Children's Books

Opal Moonbaby: Opal Moonbaby

Maudie Smith
Authors:
Maudie Smith
September 2012

An interview with Mick Inkpen

Mick Inkpen, the award-winning author/illustrator - known to his millions of readers world-wide as the creator of Kipper, Lullabyhullaballoo, The Blue Balloon, Penguin Small and of course Wibbly Pig – has two brand new Wibbly Pig books publishing in September: Wibbly Pig has 10 Balloons and Oh no Wibbly Pig, not a rabbit!. Here he talks to Graham Marks about this, that and quite a lot more...

Author Spotlight with Graham Marks

Mick Inkpen

Mick Inkpen, the award-winning author/illustrator - known to his millions of readers world-wide as the creator of Kipper, Lullabyhullaballoo, The Blue Balloon, Penguin Small and of course Wibbly Pig – has two brand new Wibbly Pig books publishing in September: Wibbly Pig has 10 Balloons and Oh no Wibbly Pig, not a rabbit!. Here he talks to Graham Marks about this, that and quite a lot more...

Nicola Morgan

Nicola Morgan is an international speaker and award-winning author for and about teenagers. She has written nearly 100 books, including novels such as Fleshmarket (currently being adapted for the London stage) and Mondays are Red, but in the last twelve years she has become increasingly well known for her passionate factual work on adolescence, with Blame My Brain - The Amazing Teenage Brain Revealed and The Teenage Guide to Stress being seminal titles for teenagers and the adults who work with and care about them. A former teacher and dyslexia specialist, Nicola now writes and speaks around the world on a range of subjects relating to adolescence and wellbeing, as well as the reading brain, reading for pleasure and the effects of life online. Her positive, respectful and empathetic attitude towards young people naturally led her to write Positively Teenage.

Author Spotlight with Graham Marks

Lucy Cooke

Lucy Cooke is, in her own words, ‘a National Geographic explorer, award-winning TV producer, presenter and best-selling author with a Masters in zoology and a passion for odd animals’. She has also founded Slothville.com, the HQ of the Sloth Appreciation Society. Here she talks to Graham Marks about how an online video changed her life, how to pronounce the word ‘sloth’ correctly, and about her new book The Power of Sloth...

Author Spotlight with Graham Marks

Julian Sedgwick

Julian Sedgwick is a some time screen writer and therapist, and a highly accomplished, largely self-taught artist; you could call him a Renaissance Man, if he wasn’t so down-to-earth. He is also award-winning children’s novelist Marcus Sedgwick’s slightly older brother. Here he talks to Graham Marks about sibling rivalry, his obsessions (China, Japan and the Flying Wallendas), and his debut novel…