Children’s Early Learning Books
In another new adventure featuring Pippin the poodle, Julia Seaborn introduces her young audience to all things snow, with some fun facts about emu’s thrown in for good measure!
Literature & Fiction for Children
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Sherlock Mendelson and the Missing Afikomen
‘Sherlock Mendelson and the missing Afikomen’ both promises and delivers an immersive and fascinating reading experience, impressively blending culture, religion and family ties in a beautifully and hilariously illustrated story.
Children’s Environment eBooks
As part of a beautiful series, ‘Spencer the Spark’, written by Rana Boulos, is an adorably cute but scientifically accurate tale of nature. Featuring Spencer, along with Polly the Pinecone, the story tells the tale of wildfires from an anxiety-free perspective, making it accessible to the very young.
Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles, and lots and lots of Noodles.
Steven Joseph offers another bonkers tale in “Snoodles, kidoodles, poodles and lots and lots of noodles”. With bright busy illustrations and an equally hyperactive story, this little book is fun, fun, fun.
Children’s Explore The Universe Fiction
In her charming follow up to ‘A Globe Adventure’, Theresa Lynn offers us her new tale ‘Beyond the Clouds-A Space Adventure’. Told in her familiar blend of entertaining and educational prose as she takes us far from Earth, in a wonderful exploration of the Universe.
Children’s Explore The World Fiction
In her charming follow up to ‘A Globe Adventure’, Theresa Lynn offers her new tale ‘Beyond the Clouds-A Space Adventure’. In her now familiar blend of entertaining and educational literature, Lynn takes us far from Earth, in a wonderful exploration of the Universe.
Children’s Books on Family Life
In the heart wrenching narrative of a young boy speaking to a father no longer with him, ‘I’m all grown now, Papa’ is written through the eyes of the author, in a biographical journey through his young child-hood in Haiti.
HAVE IT YOUR WAY
Stacy Mitchell uses her obvious experience in child handing in the creation of ‘Have it your way: Sometimes a little tough love is all we need’. And whilst this charming little tale-focused on a week in the life of a little Chinchilla named Aiden-is an engaging and fun read in its own right, Stacy also uses the story to promote reflection in her young readers.