In this book from the critically acclaimed, multimillion-copy bestselling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, discover the life of Malala Yousafzai, the incredible activist for girls’ education and the youngest Nobel Prize laureate.
Great Lives in Graphics: Nikola Tesla is a graphic retelling of Tesla’s story which gives children a colourful snapshot of his life and the world in which he grew up, whilst educating them on everything from alternating current to the power of the imagination
We are the Groovicorns! Everyone loves unicorns – they make perfect rainbows, sign hoofprints and even grant wishes. But the Groovicorns don’t need magic powers to have fun, and they want to be famous too!
No matter how you start your day,
What you wear when you play,
Or if you come from far away,
All are welcome here.
Enjoy this perfect introduction to timeless and treasured stories, with stunning illustrations and lots of funny rhythm and rhyme! Ideal for reading aloud with your little one, share this delightful story of the Elves and the Shoemaker.
Bear’s House of Books is a new book with a classic feel – perfect for bookworms big and small! Featuring beautiful and heart-warming illustrations from Alison Edgson (Waiting for Santa and Me and My Dad), this picture book is perfect for teaching little ones about the joys and rewards of sharing with others.
Fergus Barnaby is going on holiday. He has packed his suitcase… but there’s something missing.
He has lent his bucket and spade to Fred!
And his swimming goggles to Emily Rose!
And his kite to Teddy!
Introducing Can I Have a Hug, a sweet story to help children deal with separation. Stu Fluster is the kid brother of Frettie Fluster, the Worry Monster Expert.
Whether interested in inspiring the imagination of a child, helping one learn educational facts about shells, or just enjoying the intrinsic feeling that is summer, these summer-themed books are all excellent choices for summer reading.
Great Lives in Graphics Mozart is a brand new infographic biography of one of the greatest composers of all time in an engaging graphic style. A child prodigy with perfect pitch Wolfgang Mozart started playing the piano and violin at just three years old and was writing music by the time he was five.
Farmer McDoogle has a very unusual farm. On his farm, he doesn’t keep chickens, cows or pigs. He doesn’t grow potatoes or carrots. On his farm he keeps monsters!
What is Coronavirus, and why is everyone talking about it? Engagingly illustrated by Axel Scheffler, this approachable and timely book, now available for the first time in print paperback, helps answer these questions and many more.