In her second brilliantly funny story, science-mad Cookie is ready to save the planet! When Cookie finds herself with two tickets to see popstar Aliana Tiny, Suzie Ashby suddenly wants to be her best friend. One small problem – Suzie is the most annoying girl in the world. UGH! So how is that Cookie manages to fall out with her real friends Jake and Keziah and become best buddies with Suzie instead? Can she win them back, ditch Suzie and save the planet in the process?
Every day, Jim Hickory the lumberjack heads into the forest with his trusty axe and chops down trees. Unfortunately, all sorts of creatures lose their homes in the process, so Jim gives them a home in his beard – until one day it all just gets too much. Time for Jim to come up with a better solution! A story with a green message.
Percy is a little pigeon, and he’s very hungry. Life on the streets is tough, and every time he tries to get hold of a scrap of food, bigger, beefier birds bat him away. He’s about to give up when someone offers him her very last chip. A moving and uplifting story about struggle against adversity and the kindness of strangers.
Oof and Pib come from an ancient tribe. They know hardly any words – in fact they only know how to say their own names – but it doesn’t stop them from being the best of friends and doing everything together . . . Until Oof starts inventing all sorts of NEW words, and Pib feels so jealous that he does something to threaten their friendship forever.
Can Pib come up with a word of his own to make things right again?
A funny and poignant tale about friendship, forgiveness, and the discovery of new words . . . including one that can be the hardest of all to say . . .
The Sea Tiger is Oscar’s best friend, Oscar’s only friend. They do everything together explore the ocean, visit the sea circus, even hitch a ride to the surface to look at the stars… But Oscar is not a Sea Tiger, and so it’s up to the Sea Tiger to help him find a new friend. A bittersweet tale from a stunning new talent in children’s illustration.
George didn’t want to waste the night moonbathing. He wanted to build a sandcastle that would turn any monster green eyed with envy. But when George meets the strangest creature he has ever seen, the night takes an unexpected turn. A starlight story of adventure and imagination from the creator of The Sea Tiger.
It might seem like he’s putting his toys away, brushing his teeth and climbing into bed, but actually he’s riding through a hallway forest, jumping over bathroom crocodiles and climbing a castle wall – no wonder he is exhausted and falls straight to sleep.
“The ocean is deep and I am small. The mountains are steep and I am small.” One little penguin finds a reason to feel important in this picture book treasure from the ever-popular Emma Dodd.
Featuring rhyming texts and delightful artwork embellished with foiling throughout, this much-loved title is now available in paperback.
When Max accidentally invents a spell that turns people into frogs, it seems his wish might come true. But events take an unexpected turn when Max enters the Novices’ Spell-Making Competition and finds himself helping Merlin fight an evil witch.
George is a badger, Celia is an otter. The badgers and the otters live very separate lives, each looking down on the other. The only time their paths cross is at the Driftwood Ball when the badgers jig and the otters shimmy, neither thinking the other’s dance style is very good.
When George and Celia meet they realise that together they could create dance steps no-one has ever seen before! How will their families react? Will they be allowed to dance together? And most importantly, who will win the dance trophy?