Illustrated by Uma Krishnaswamy
Here is a bunch of dung-dropping, sweet-stealing, luck-jinxing villains!
Four stories about young Prince Veera, who, along with his friend Suku, helps his father, the king, solve some of the problems he is having with his subjects. Trickster tales with lots of humour and colour, based on traditional Indian folktales.
The Legend of Robin Hood describes how Robin Hood became an outlaw, formed his band of Merry Men and met Maid Marion.
Rosa and Clive is a set of twelve colourful board books that promotes gender equality, challenge gender stereotypes and celebrate inclusivity. The book titles are: Rosa Loves Dinosaurs, Rosa rides her Scooter, Rosa loves Cars, Rosa plays Ball, Clive is a Librarian, Clive is a Waiter, Clive is a Teacher, Clive is a Nurse, Clive and his Bags, Clive and his Hats, Clive and his Art and Clive and his Babies.
A fictionalised account of the life of Walter ‘Tully’ Tull, a hero – on the football field and on the battlefield. His grandparents had been slaves and after his parents died, Walter and his brother Eddie were brought up in a children’s home.
Read about how Walter, or Tully as he was known, became popular and famous because he was brave and fair and because he could play football better than almost anyone.
A lovely story showing us a bit of what life was like before World War One broke out and what it was like to be black and living in England back then.
Written by Liz Brownlee, Jan Dean, Michaela Morgan; this feisty collection of brand-new poems is a celebration of the achievements of women and girls throughout history. It includes poems about Malala Yousafzai, Rosa Parks, Margaret Hamilton, Ada Lovelace, Helen Keller, Mary Shelley, Edith Cavell and many more.
Hercules the Hero, an adaption of the legendary Hercules tales. Born to battle beasts and mangle monsters, can Hercules complete twelve impossible tasks set by the evil King?
It’s time for bed! Bunnies and foxes cozy up after a busy day in this fun, colourful picture book that is perfect for bedtime from the author of Everybunny Count! and Everybunny Dance!
And snuggle tight,
And close your eyes,
And say goodnight.
It’s time for the bunnies to brush their teeth, clean their paws, and comb their tail. And before they fall asleep, they’ll have time to curl up for one last hug, and one last story shared with some unexpected friends. Everybunny is welcome to join in this bright and cheery bedtime tale before dozing off into sweet dreams.
Immi finds a beautiful wooden bird at the end of her fishing line, and every day after that she discovers something new, until her igloo is the brightest thing in the land. But where are these mysterious gifts coming from, and who is sending them? Hope and friendship echo across continents in this beautiful, timeless tale.
Did you know that bunnies love to dance? Did you know they love to sing and play the flute? There’s a lot they get up to when nobody’s watching!
But while they’re having fun, they don’t notice that someone is creeping nearer. Does he mean trouble? Or does he just want to play?
Born in Kent, in 1888, Walter Tull became not just the first black British professional outfield football player – for Tottenham Hotspur and Northampton Town – but also the first black officer in the British Army.
His leadership and courage in the trenches of the First World War won him a recommendation for a Military Cross that was never awarded because of his skin colour.
His story takes the reader from his childhood in an orphanage, through his footballing years, to his eventual tragic death, aged 29, on the Somme. His legacy lives on.