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Titles are:
Can’t Stand the Heat-Shaun the Sheep
Chickens can’t see in the Dark
Wombat Stew
Stroke the Cat
Winston was Worried
Rabbits in the snow a book of opposites
Minnie and the Dognapper
Ten Little Fingers
All Join in
Lego Friends Let’s go Riding!
The Pea and the Princess
Zookeeper Zoe
Oliver who would Not Sleep
Alfie’s Christmas
Dinosaurs Forever.

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Can’t Stand the Heat-Shaun the Sheep: Aardman Animations Ltd
It’s a sweltering day on the farm. Shavn and co. badly want to cool down, but the Farmer has other plans. Luckily shavn has an idea for how they can all chill out.

Chickens can’t see in the Dark:
A Thrilling tale of curiosity, clues, cattots, a lot of cooking, and a Chicken who Dares to be different.

Wombat Stew: Marcia Vaughan
In this classic Australian picture book, a dingo catches a wombat and wants to cook him in a stew. But all the other bush animals have a plan to save their friend. They trick the dingo into using mud, feathers, flies, bugs and gumnuts in his wombat stew, and the result is a stew the dingo will never forget!

Stroke the Cat: Wes Magee
Meet the dog with a bee on its nose, go puddle splashing, get all dressed up – and read a dog’s first poem.
Have fun with this delightful collection of poetry by Wes Magee.

Winston was Worried: Pemela Duncan Dewards
It’s tough being a dog with a splinter in your paw. Poor Winston’s too busy to play with his friends – he is off to the vet with a great big splinter in his paw, and there’s absolutely nothing worse than having a splinter in your paw, or so Winston thinks. But what Winston doesn’t see as he crosses the busy city is that unlike his friends, he’s one very lucky pup! If only he would look around and see the chaos he leaves behind him . . . but having a splinter can be very distracting.

Rabbits in the snow a book of opposites:
Little Rabbit and her friends are playing in the snow. Rose Rabbit and Grey Rabbit are skating fast and slow. Honey Rabbit and Rust Rabbit are sledging from top to bottom…

Minnie and the Dognapper: Disney
Minnie is looking after pluto for mickey when he goes missing. Will Minnie and Daisy work out who the dognapper is?

All Join in: Quentin Blake
‘And if Ferdinand decides to make
a chocolate fudge banana cake
What do we do? For goodness sake!
We ALL JOIN IN!’

This book is a rumbustious, rollicking and above all noisy collection of seven exuberant poems, perfect for chanting aloud, that are brilliantly illustrated by the incomparable Quentin Blake. The collection includes ‘All Join In’, ‘The Hooter Song’, ‘Nice Weather for Ducks’ and ‘Sorting Out the Kitchen Pans’. Who coud possibly resist?

Lego Friends Let’s go Riding!: DK
Join the friends at Heartlake Stables and Riding School – and Meet their favourite horses!

Oliver who would Not Sleep:
Oliver Donnington Rimington Sneep couldn’t and didn’t and would not sleep. It’s not that he is afraid of the dark, or monsters, or robbers or sounds from the park. But Oliver Donnington Rimington Sneep likes staying awake more than going to sleep. Join Oliver on his journey to Mars and back before he finally, finally, finally goes to sleep. A superb bedtime tale, told in rhyme and great to read aloud, with stunning illustrations from award-winner Nick Maland.

Alfie’s Christmas: Shirley Hughes
Join Alfie and Annie Rose for Christmas! Alfie opens his advent calendar and makes cards and presents. He sings carols and decorates the tree. And he writes a special letter to Father Christmas…
But what will Father Christmas bring on Christmas Day? It’s going to be such an exciting day!

Dinosaurs Forever: William Wise
A collection of wacky, yet educational poems about dinosaurs explains what they ate, how they lived, and what they would wear if they went to a fancy dress ball!

The Pea and the Princess: Mini Grey
Everyone knows the story of the princess and the pea. But has anyone stopped to think about how the pea underneath the mattresses might have felt? No. So here, for the first time, straight from the pea, is the truth about this much-loved, oft-repeated fairy tale.

Zookeeper Zoe:
Zoe loves animals more than anything. In fact, she’s an animal expert. When she discovers that the zoo is closed and the zookeeper needs help, Zoe knows just what to do. Can she cheer up all the animals and save the day?

Product details
Grade Level: 3 – 7
Paperback: 30 pages
Publisher: Multipel Publisher
Language: English
Book Condition: Very Good.