Rodney is a small turtle with a BIG dream. All he wants is to be larger. Then one day, Rodney's dream comes true - or does it? It?s all a matter of perspective!
You cant take him anywhere! When Pig, the worlds greediest Pug, goes on holiday, he causes CHAOS wherever he travels! But every party must come to an end...
|Author:||Jen Storer; Lisa Stewart (Illustrator)|
|Reading Level:||7 Kids Picture Books|
Let the pillaging begin! CBC Picture Book of the Year winner, Norman Jorgensen, teams up with illustrator James Foley on this fun picture book about a boy who outwits local bullies by channelling his inner Viking. James and Norman run a blog for teachers, students and aspiring... read more
If you can't have a puppy, maybe the next best thing is to be a puppy.
'Can I please, please, please have a dog?' asked Billy.'Would you walk it every day and wash it if it got dirty?''I would, I promise!' said Billy.Billy wants a dog. He really really really wants... read more
The house across the road looks abandoned, but Rosie knows someone lives there. She decides to give her mystery neighbour a gift - something different, something unusual, something surprising. Something her mum would have been proud of.
non-fiction picture book
|Awards:||Winner - ABIA Picture Book of the Year - 2019 |
Smart is not just ticks and crosses,smart is building boats from boxes.Painting patterns, wheeling wagons,being mermaids, riding dragons … From the award-winning creators of The Underwater Fancy-dress Parade and Under the Love Umbrella co... read more
Leonard doesn't like bedtime, especially when there's a five-nosed, seven-tailed, eleven-handed, scaly-waily monster hiding in the corner of his bedroom.
It seems like Leonard will never sleep again... until he discovers a mysterious book called How to Frighten Monsters.
A cheeky picture book for anyone who's bought a thingy or whatsit . . . and doesn't quite know why. In his debut picture book, Michael Speechley explores our obsession with stuff in a fun and edifying way.
One day Charlie finds a hole. A hole of his very own He picks it up and pops it in his pocket. But it doesn't take Charlie long to realize that a hole in your pocket is not a good thing to have.
What is nothing? Where is nothing? Is it real? And if nothing is real, is anything real? A thought-provoking picture book for curious kids.
|Series:||The\Last Viking Ser.|
Josh is as brave as a Viking warrior. And not much can scare a Viking. But when the two littlest Vikings go berserk, Josh, Grandpa and Viking World are all in for a rocky ride.