No Matter What: Debi Gliori
I’m grim and grumpy,” says Small to Large, “and I don’t think you love me at all.” But nothing could be further from the truth–and Large knows just how to reassure Small in this warm and tender story about a child’s biggest worry and a parent’s endless capacity for love.
Smile, Crocodile, Smile: An Vrombaut
Meet all the friends who live in the mango Tree House.
There is Ruby and Liam and Max and Zoe. And then there’s Clarbella Crocodile!
Clarabella has so many teeth to clean, she hardly has time to do anything else to her rescue!
Boris’s Big Bogey: Paul Bright
When Boris sailed the Seven Seas on the pirate ship Black Rose, In sun or storm, he always kept one finger up his nose. Boris’s bogey-picking is out of control. Pick! Flick! Bogies are zooming everywhere! When one of his bogies lands SPLAT! on the pirates’ map, the crew mistakes it for a treasure island, and an amazing icky adventure begins!
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?
This engaging story is fun to read with your child and also contains a range of clever activities that work as simple checks, to help you work out whether your child may need help with their sight or if they have difficulty identifying particular colours.
Chicken Licken and Right for me: Oxford (2 stories in 1)
Chicken Licken is upset, “Ow! The sun fell on me!”
Right for Me Ted has a shock! look at his dish!
Winnie at the Seaside: Valerie Thomas
Winnie decides she needs a seaside break, so she and Wilbur zoom off to the coast. Winnie makes a beeline for the sea to cool down. Wilbur makes a beeline for anywhere other than the sea – he hates water, and can’t bear getting wet. Winnie is having so much fun in the water that she doesn’t
notice her broomstick being washed out to sea. She waves her magic wand in an attempt to get the broomstick back but it doesn’t really go according to plan. The mix of magic and mayhem that follows involves a surfer and a whale and, predictably, it’s poor Wilbur who gets the worst of
Paperback: 32 pages
Publisher: Multiple Publisher
Book Condition: Very Good.