He’s older than anyone can tell. Older than the trees. Older than anybody.

 

For as long as she can remember, Lucy has wanted to catch a glimpse of the mysterious green man who lives in Grandpa Will’s garden: Lob.

 

You have to be very special to see him; that’s what Grandpa says. Lucy’s parents think Lob’s just imaginary, but Lucy knows he exists. And she can’t believe it when she finally spots Lob in the gooseberry bushes.

 

But Lucy’s world is about to be shattered by a terrible event. What will happen to Lob now – and will she ever see him again?

 

 

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. 

Luna loves library day: that’s the day she spends with her dad. Exploring the shelves they find magic, mystery and even start to mend their own history. An inspiring story from one of the UK’s greatest up-and-coming poets for children, captured in all its flights of fancy by newcomer Fiona Lumbers.

Which magical place will Ted explore today? A cold, snowy iceberg with lots of slippery seals? A hot, tropical jungle full of tigers and leopards? Or maybe the tippity-top of a mountain where the giddy goats live! Lift the flaps to find out where Ted’s marvellous imagination will take him this time.

With sturdy flaps to lift on every page, this colourful pre-school series featuring the charming Ted is ideal for little hands.

Jaan is an artist. He imagines and draws and paints and pastes and sketches and moulds and photographs and films and thinks and builds and assembles. Jaan believes that having a good idea is the most important part of making art. There are all kinds of ideas, just like there are all kinds of art. Sometimes, art can be a game or a riddle or finding and recognising.

Meet the boy who can’t stop creating art! He loves colours, shapes, textures and EVERYTHING inspires him: his socks, the contents of the fridge, even his cat gets a new coat (of paint!). But there’s just one problem: his mum isn’t quite so enthusiastic. In fact, she seems a little cross! But this boy has a plan to make his mum smile. He’s about to create his finest piece yet and on a very grand scale . . .

Designing a dragon