This beautiful book celebrates the wonderful world of reading and engaging in stories.
This inspiring and lyrical picture book is about a little girl who 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 where they can journey through 'forests of fairy tales', 'across mountains of make-believe' and 'sleep in clouds of song'.
Guided by his new friend, the boy unlocks his imagination and a lifetime of magic lies ahead of him... But who will be next?
Illustrator, Sam Winston, has created a masterpiece using words from classic children's stories to form illustrations.
This is the perfect gift for book lovers of any age.
A beautiful story that reassures older siblings that a mother's love for them wont fade when a new sibling is born.
'I am your baby Owl', Little Owl tells his mummy. You don't need another one. Little Owl is upset when he learns that their is a baby in Mummy's eggs.
Mummy pretends that the baby in the egg could be a baby crocodile...or penguin, or even an elephant!
In all the fun of imagining what baby animal it could be, he decides that a baby owl could be the best thing yet.
The newest book from the multi-talented Andrew Daddo, asks what do you want to be when you grow up? An Astronaut? A performer? A secret agent? This gorgeously illustrated, highly imaginative book is full of big dreams and bigger imagination.
This delightfully cheeky book tells the story of Foxy DuBois, a stylish egg-loving fox; and Egg, a small nondescript innocent egg, who shows up at Foxy's doorstep.
Whilst Foxy busily prepares a feast for dinner, Egg rolls around the house remarking on Foxy's interesting paintings. The walls are full of chicken and eggs in various poses.
After a night of playing games, Foxy insisted that Egg sleep over; she spent the night dreaming of what a delicious eggy breakfast she would have.
When they wake, Foxy is in for a BIG surprise.
A very humorously written story, but the masterpiece of this book is the amazing artwork.
Every page is filled with detailed pictures that jump off the pages.
The effort put into minor details, such as the extravagant artwork on the walls, and the characters facial expressions, makes this book so special; it is easy to see why author/illustrator Alex T. Smith won the World Book Day illustrator for 2014