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9781406386042

Children: Picture books

Children  -  Picture books
R 215
I am a Child of Books. I come from a world of stories, And upon my imagination, I float...
'A gorgeous homage to the power of the written word' Guardian In this inspiring, lyrical tale about the rewards of reading and sharing stories, a little girl sails her raft 'across a sea of words' to arrive at the house of a small boy. There she invites him to come away with her on an adventure. Through forests of fairy tales and across mountains of make-believe, the two travel together on a fantastical journey that unlocks the boy's imagination. Now a lifetime of magic lies ahead of him… But who will be next? Combining elegant illustrations by Oliver Jeffers and Sam Winston's astonishing typographical landscapes shaped from excerpts of children's classics and lullabies, A Child of Books is a gorgeous gift book perfect for readers of all ages.
Publication date: 2020-01-13
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9781788815758

Children: Picture books

Illustrator: Caroline Pedler
Children  -  Picture books
R 170
It's spring! And Little Bear is in a hurry to smell the flowers, see the baby animals, and find a friend! But can she take the time to enjoy it? And will she realise that the friend she's been searching for has been with her all along? A book of mindfulness for busy bears.
Publication date: 2020-06-29
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9781529012873

Children: Picture books

Children  -  Picture books
R 169
A sweet and funny picture book about kindness, creativity and how to make a hat for a mountain. Nara loves to make hats of all shapes and sizes for the animals who visit her workshop in the forest. Then one day she receives a letter from Mr Mountain: he wants a hat, too. Nara is up for the challenge, and knits him an enormous woolly hat . . . which is perfect until it shrinks in the rain. The leaf hat is eaten, the stick hat burns to the ground. What other material can she try? The exploration of different materials and their properties makes A Hat for Mr Mountain the perfect picture book for primary STEM lessons. This warm and humorous story about never giving up, and the importance of working together to help a friend is illustrated in quirky and exquisite detail. Look out for the mice making a smoothie! A masterful debut from the winner of second prize in the Macmillan Prize for Illustration 2018.
Publication date: 2020-01-27
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9781788818124

Children: Picture books

Illustrator: Jane Chapman
Children  -  Picture books
R 115
Tired of being crowded in the burrow, Noah the rabbit asks his friend Albatross to take him to a spacious land with no bunnies, but soon after his arrival, Noah finds himself missing his cozy nest full of snuggly bunnies.
Publication date: 2020-02-28
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9781444959000

Children: Picture books

Children  -  Picture books
R 189
A celebration of incredible key-workers by Dr Ranj, presenter of CBeebies series Get Well Soon, resident doctor on ITV's This Morning and front line NHS paediatrician. Lily knows exactly what she wants to be when she grows up: a superhero! But she's not interested in being a silly superhero. She doesn't want to wear her pants outside her trousers! Lily wants to be a REAL superhero: the kind who helps people and makes the world a better place. Join Lily as she meets the extraordinary superheroes all around us, from doctors, teachers and air ambulance paramedics to scientists, recycling truck drivers and carers. Discover the amazing work these real-life heroes do using their incredible superpowers of kindness, care and love. This uplifting picture book celebrates key-workers, and shows little readers that we all have the potential within us to be superheroes.
Publication date: 2020-11-27
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9781838911690

Children: Picture books

Illustrator: Lucy Farfort
Children  -  Picture books
R 170
Publication date: 2021-07-29
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9781444926200

Children: Picture books

Illustrator: Adrienne Kennaway
Children  -  Picture books
R 205
An African tale with a traditional feel, celebrating the speed and grace of the Cheetah, a brand-new title in this successful series of African folktales. Long ago, Cheetah was sandy-coloured and lay snoozing all day on the Great African Plain. There was no need to run to hunt because animals tripped over her. But one day there is a fire, and all the other animals are fleeing. This is the story of how Cheetah got her markings, and discovered that she can run as fast as the wind. The first book in the series, Greedy Zebra, was published in 1984 and the series has stayed in print ever since.
Publication date: 2017-02-28
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9781406370805

Children: Picture books

Illustrator: Jarvis
Children  -  Picture books
R 189
The Winner of the 2017 V&A Best Illustrated Book Award An alligator who snaps, becomes an alligator who th-naps in this hilarious, heart-warming story of making new friends and discovering who you really are. Meet Alan, an alligator with a secret. Famed for his big, scary teeth, he sneaks into the jungle every day to scare the jungle animals ... 'I'm big, scary Alan! Fear my razor-sharp teeth!' But after a long day of scaring, Alan likes nothing better than to run a warm mud bath and take out his false teeth, which nobody knows about! That is, until his teeth go missing. What will Alan do now? Scaring is the only thing he knows how to do! Can he still be scary without them? A goofy comedy of self-discovery, witty, warm-hearted storytelling and bright graphic art will make this (and Alan!) a firm children's book favourite.
Publication date: 2016-02-28
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9781509882250

Children: Picture books

Illustrator: Aurelie Guillerey
Children  -  Picture books
R 195
A story of imagination and adventure from the acclaimed author of The Misadventures of Frederick, Ben Manley, and Daddy Long Legs illustrator Aurélie Guillerey. Who will Albert be next? A fearless mountaineer, a brilliant mechanical engineer or a galactic megalord? Anything is possible with an imagination like Albert's as he powers through his day. As a boy, Albert is nervous in a swimming lesson, but as Zandrian Delaclair, Antarctic Submariner and slayer of vampire cuttlefish, he's as brave and bold as can be. Show and Tell in front of the whole class can be a bit scary, but by imagining himself to be Professor Octavius Pickleswick he's proud to show off his greatest invention yet. A brilliantly funny story, full of exciting things to look at, about the joys of being whoever you want to be and the comfort of sometimes just being yourself.
Publication date: 2021-01-27
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9781474968386

Children: Picture books

Children  -  Picture books
R 255
Why do we need friends? How can we make friends? And what makes a good friend? This charmingly illustrated book explores the benefits of having friends, looking at different types of friendships, and what happens when friends fall out and make up. Includes helpful notes for grown-ups on talking to children about friendships, dealing with conflicts and imaginary friends.
Publication date: 2020-03-06
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9781445161112

Children: Picture books

Children  -  Picture books
R 240
There are all kinds of bodies. They come in different shapes, colours and sizes and every body is completely unique. Our bodies are amazing things! They change as we get older. Different bodies are good at different things. What can your body do? This non-fiction picture book celebrates the different appearances and abilities people have, and is illustrated throughout with beautiful artwork. It covers bodies of different shapes and sizes, different shades of skin and styles of hair. It looks at how we communicate feelings and display talents and how our bodies tell us when they are unwell or need extra help. The book includes notes for teachers and parents on helping children to develop self esteem and empathy by understanding how people differ and how they are the same. The All Kinds Of series is aimed at children aged 5 and up and offers a friendly and inclusive look at how we live our lives, celebrating our differences as well as what we have in common. Titles in the four-book series are: All Kinds Of Beliefs, All Kinds Of Bodies, All Kinds Of Families and All Kinds Of Feelings.
Publication date: 2021-01-04
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9781783419449

Children: Picture books

Children  -  Picture books
R 125
Alphaprints Magical Creatures is an Alphaprints board book with a sparkly cover and embossing throughout. Young children will love to discover the fantasy creatures, with a lighthearted rhyming couplet that tells you something about each of them. An engaging and interesting book for children and adults alike.
Publication date: 2019-09-30
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9781432309138

Children: Picture books

Illustrator: Kerryn Ponter
Children  -  Picture books
R 80
One morning our favourite owl woke up to discover that the lovely leaves on his tree were changing colour. He realised that it meant the onset of autumn and he felt sad. But gradually he noticed the fun other birds were having with the crunchy leaves. And so it happened through each passing season that his tree kept changing. Not only did he come to accept it but, he understood the value of the changes. Before he knew it, summer was on the way again.
Angry Owl and His Tree presents the changing of the seasons to young children in a charming manner, accompanied by the most delightful illustrations. This is the third title in Kerryn Ponter's Angry Owl series.
Publication date: 2018-09-30
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9781406338416

Children: Picture books

Illustrator: Lauren Tobia
Children  -  Picture books
R 189
A beautiful, vibrant story, with rich colours and words that sing right off the page. This is the first picture book featuring Anna Hibiscus and she is very happy in it! So happy, in fact, that she can't quite decide what to do with herself!! So she turns to her grandparents, her aunties, her cousins Chocolate, Angel and Benz, her uncle Tunde and her father, who each offer her a way to express her boundless joy. But being around the people she loves so much only makes her happiness grow and grow; she is SO happy, she is going to EXPLODE! It is her mother who finally helps her to channel her brimming happiness. Sitting in her mango tree Anna sings an amazing song. Amazing is Africa. Amazing is Anna Hibiscus.
Publication date: 2012-08-31
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9781509804214

Children: Picture books

Children  -  Picture books
R 195
Arlo The Lion Who Couldn't Sleep is a beautifully illustrated story with a gentle mindfulness message from award-wining author-illustrator Catherine Rayner. Shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal, it's an ideal bedtime book, and especially helpful for little ones who have trouble going to sleep. Arlo the lion is exhausted. He just can't drop off, no matter what he tries. It's either too hot, or too cold; too loud or too quiet. But then he meets Owl. She can sleep through the day, which isn't easy when most other animals are awake! Will Arlo ever get any rest? Perhaps his new friend has some special tricks she can teach him.
Publication date: 2021-08-26

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