Ruby's Sleepover

Ruby and Mai are camping out in the garden. As the night draws in, all sorts of scary characters head towards their tent. Luckily, Ruby has some magical objects in her rucksack, but will they be enough to keep the girls safe?

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When Will it Snow?

Ages 3 to 7 yearsIllustrated by: Alison Edgson

“Winter is coming,” Mother Bear said. “We must snuggle down to sleep in our den.”

Little Bear doesn’t want to sleep! He wants to know what snow is like. His friends try to show him by making mud-balls and angels in the sand. But Little Bear knows that while he’s asleep his friends will have fun in the soft, white snow. Will they forget all about him?

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Here Comes The Crocodile

The first snap of the Hungry Crocodile is here in this lively jungle adventure that can be bought as a book or book and CD to aid and improve reading skills and listening. The wonderful, witty narration by Craig Kelly and Helen Lederer plus original music and sound effects bring this jungle adventure to life. The illustrations are big and bold and bright and atmospheric.

"It was hot in the deep green jungle when Crocodile leapt from the river. He sniffed and snarled, growled and snapped. The jungle shook and quivered."

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Click Clack Crocodile's back

He’s back again and this time Croc is hungrier than ever. With wonderful illustrations by Joelle Dreidemy this fantastically funny book brings Crocodile’s camouflage out into the open.

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The Nutty Nut Chase

POP!  A shiny, brown nut bursts up from the ground.  It looks so delicious that the two squirrels, Pecan and Hickory want to fight over it. This is a READY STEADY READ romp of a book with lots of tempting extras to engage children with the fun story offering: Activity pages, Reusable reward stickers and Reading notes for parents and teachers. Perfect for Key Stage 1.

Here's a short extract: “Box his ears,” shouts Littlest Rabbt. “Certainly not.  Boxing ears doesn’t solve problems,” says Badger firmly. “Oh,” says Littlest Rabbit, disappointed, “then bop his nose.”

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