The great big book of families - front cover

THE GREAT BIG BOOK OF FAMILIES

Some families go on exotic holidays, others grow their own food. Some kids have two mums or dads. This refreshing book allows kids to safely explore new concepts and expand the boundaries of their current views. By Mary Hoffman and Ros Asquith | AGES 4-7

BIG CITY BEES - Book by Maggie de Vries and Renne Benoit

BIG CITY BEES

Will the bees find the children’s garden? Will the flower that stays open for just one day get pollinated? A brilliant introduction to bees and their global importance.| By Maggie de Vries and Renne Benoit | AGES 5-8

MAX AND RUBY’S TREASURE HUNT

MAX AND RUBY’S TREASURE HUNT

More fun with Max and Ruby on a rainy day! This beautifully written story leads children through a series of English nursery rhymes, to solve the clues on a treasure hunt. Interactive flaps help engage young adventurers.| By Rosemary Wells | AGES 3-5

SLIGHTLY INVISIBLE Book Review

SLIGHTLY INVISIBLE

Clever, witty and hilariously inventive. Charlie just wants his own time with his friend Marv, but little sister Lola and the recently invisible Soren Lorensen trick the boys and their monster into having a tea party!| By Lauren Child | AGES 4-8

when Sophie gets angry

WHEN SOPHIE GETS ANGRY, REALLY, REALLY ANGRY

An excellent story about a child learning to overcoming her own anger without the assistance of adult intervention. Powerful illustrations compliment this insightful resource.| By Molly Bang | AGES 4-8