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Little children will love these intricately designed lift-the-flap books, packed with secrets and surprises on every page.
An intriguing and enchanting adventure and the ideal bedtime book to usher in the land of nod. Lancashire Evening Post review of Peep Inside Night Time
These pop-up books have delightful surprises on every page, and they’re a perfect size for little hands.
Step into the garden and share the joys of the great outdoors in a picture perfect, pop-up extravaganza! Lancashire Evening Post review of Pop-up Garden
These delightful books answer some of the biggest questions for small children through delightful illustrations and flaps to lift.
Exquisitely illustrated, a delight to look at. The sort of thing that really intrigues young children. The Royal Society Young People's Book Prize 2016 judges on How do Flowers Grow?
Bad-mannered raccoon Algernon is invited into Miss Molly's School of Manners in this charmingly illustrated picture book for young children (and adults!).
A charmingly illustrated picture book about a little raccoon called Algernon and his extraordinary day at Miss Molly’s school. Algernon’s manners are bad at first... but lessons in the Sharing Studio and Listening Carefully Lab, lunchtime in the Dining Hall, the Library’s lovely language books and Good Sports Day soon have a transformative effect.
James Maclaine, author of Miss Molly's School of Manners, explains why he felt it was so important to write a book about why manners matter.
These giant books are filled with surprising facts for small children finding out about the world.
Children will love spotting all the dinosaurs, animals, flags and more in these colourful word books.
Listen to a pronunciation guide for every dinosaur in 199 Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals on Usborne Quicklinks.
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