Rocket-blast off to sweet dreams with Outer Space Bedtime Race, a trippy book that imagines sweet little aliens all racing off to sleep on the various planets in the Solar System!
Oliver and his best friend Troll run a cafe in the woods where they serve delicious cakes to other discerning trolls who choose to dine on these sugary treats rather than children.
In this deceptively simple counting book, five creatures lurk around a “creepy haunted house” until they run into something apparently even scarier that sends them running.
When a special birthday invite arrives from a next-door neighbour whom they’ve never met, declaring that he’d love to have them all for tea, the kids at no. 24 are all abuzz with excitement. Of course, what the four siblings only belatedly realise is that their neighbour means it quite literally…
We have a soft spot for warm, cozy illustrations and bedtime books. Thus, this book, which is chock-full of gently quirky rhyming verses and richly detailed illustrations of a wide variety of anthropomorphic animals deep in slumber, is right up our alley.
The Wimbledons are sleeping when Wilma hears a spooky sound. As Walter discovers, it’s just Stanley, their dog, howling at the moon — no biggie, right? Well, that’s what you’d think until, one by one, their kids (Wendy, Willie, Wanda and Wylie — don’t you just love the alliterative names?) too get woken up by Stanley’s increasingly odd endeavours — fixing the oil tank and making catfish stew, among other things.
We have a soft spot for books on books, and Books Always Everywhere may just be the cutest one yet! Featuring short, simple rhymes and the most playful and dreamy illustrations depicting the special relationship that children have with books, this is the perfect read for a little budding bibliophile.
In Soup for One, a fly spies a bowl of delicious soup through an open kitchen window and immediately lays claim to it. Alas, to his utter disgruntlement, along comes another fly, and then another, and so on so forth, until the soup becomes a little crowded. However, it soon becomes apparent that having to share is the least of their problems…