THE KNIGHT WHO TOOK ALL DAY

A fun little fairy tale about the downfalls of showing off! Kids will enjoy the playful illustrations, which show all sorts of subtle interactions and little jokes going on. | By James Mayhew | AGES 4-7

HAROLD AND THE PURPLE CRAYON Review

HAROLD AND THE PURPLE CRAYON

Adrift on a white page, tiny tot Harold uses his imagination to create a world of his choosing. A stimulating adventure which encourages problem solving and free flowing creativity.| By Crockett Johnson | AGES 1-7

ZOG – Book Review

ZOG

Dragon training is much harder than little Zog imagined. Humour, friendship and fresh ideas help this super cute dragon to get his gold star! | By Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler | AGES 3-6

ROOM ON THE BROOM Axel Scheffler

ROOM ON THE BROOM

This friendly witch invites helpful animals to ride on her broom, but what will happen when it’s full? A masterfully illustrated rhyming story of friendship, earning your place in a group and pulling together to solve problems.| By Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler | AGES 2-6

ELEPHANT JOE, BRAVE KNIGHT Book by David Wojtowycz

ELEPHANT JOE, BRAVE KNIGHT

A dark knight masquerades as a damsel in distress, a kiss for a frog who does not turn into a prince and an elephant and a zebra on a quest for the king. Good manners and good twists make this story a fun read.| By David Wojtowycz | AGES 3-7