Andy always narrates the Treehouse stories. That's because Terry is the illustrator and 'illustrators can't narrate-everybody knows that!' Everyone except Terry, that is. He can tell a story too. Just watch what he can do. He begins with a dot. A dot that joins up with some lines. Some lines that join u ...Show more
Fearless Fred has already made lots of friends with his Dragon adventure, and now he's back with another fantastic story, personifying the power of the imagination. Pirate garb and a jaunty rhyming text combine with bright and detailed illustrations.
Retells the story of how a young Tahitian boy travelling with Captain Cook in 1769, was kidnapped by local Māori, and how Cape Kidnappers got its name.
A delightful book and baby card gift set from the award-winning creators of Guess How Much I Love You. This best-loved board book comes with 24 gorgeous cards for recording important milestones in your baby's life. Simply take a photo of your little one with the card for a beautiful way to capture and s ...Show more
I Love Lemonade is the sequel to Baa Baa Smart Sheep. After being tricked into eating Little Baa Baa's Smarty tablets, Quirky Turkey decides it is payback time. But has Quirky got what it takes to pull the wool over Baa Baa's eyes?
Category: Children | Reading Level: From 2 To 12
For brave hunters and bear lovers, the classic chant-aloud by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury is now available in a delightful puzzle book edition. Imagine the fun of going on a bear hunt -- through tall, wavy grass (swishy swishy swishy! ), swampy mud (squelch squelch squelch! ), and a swirling whirl ...Show more
Uncle Jeremy has been helping the family out for a while now, by dropping off meat he¿s shot. The offer to go hunting sounds great to fourteen-year-old Wolf ¿ a chance to get away from the family stress. But this hunting trip proves to be more than he bargained for.
First children’s book from author/historian Susan Price. This period story tells a tale of a lost postcard, a lost jacket and a bossy big brother! Set in 1910 Wellington, it’s a delightful picture of old world New Zealand that reminds us that some things never change. The Kelburn Viaduct ...Show more