That’s how Felipe the young cactus feels, but his family just isn’t the touchy-feely kind. Cacti can be quite prickly sometimes you know… and so can Felipe. But he’ll be darned if this one pointy issue will hold him back, so one day Felipe sets off on his own to find a friend and, just maybe, that long awaited hug. 

What he wouldn’t give for a lovely bit of fish or some fresh, juicy fruit and where better to find food than at the zoo! An excellent idea. Except for the grumpy zookeeper who’s intent on keeping Roscoe OUT. But Roscoe’s determined to eat, and sure enough he’s come up with a plan to disguise himself as a zoo animal . . . What could possibly go wrong?

Bear was a postman. There were always lots of letters to deliver. But there were never any letters for Bear.

Bear is good at his job, but it’s lonely delivering letters when you get none in return. But one day he decides to write a few letters of his own…

Learn to count up to 100 with bears, hunters, foxes and balloons! This is a great book for reading with parents, teachers or by yourself, counting with beautiful illustrations from French author Magali Bardos.

Astro Cat will take you on a journey through the history of space travel, as well as detailed explanations of each planet in our solar system and the exciting future possibilities of space exploration.

Far away behind the hills a girl called Imelda lives beside a fairy forest. Every day she ventures into the forest to play with her fairy friends. But within the deepest, darkest depths of the trees lives the worst creature of all – the goblin king! When he kidnaps the Fairy Queen, the fairies call upon Imelda to help. Soon she has a cunning plan to turn the Goblin King into a worm and rid the forest of him for good!

With over 250 species inhabiting our planet, this book explores the many different types of monkeys from the smallest Pygmy Marmoset to the largest Mandrill as well as providing all the facts you wanted to know and more. Discover where monkeys come from, how they swing from tree to tree and why they fight and play with each other. 

A brilliant, first picture book tells the story of a little girl who has known nothing but nature from birth. Bears taught her to eat, birds to speak, foxes to play; she is unabashedly, irrefutably, irrepressibly Wild!

That is, until one day she meets a new animal that looks oddly like her…

Swinging through the trees, he seeks the warmth of the Sun. Despite some embarrassing encounters with fellow jungle dwellers, Pongo remains hopeful and his discoveries exceed his dreams.