From new-born babies upwards, we’re really good at finding the right book for every child. Whether it’s a picture book, an early reader or a gripping adventure, we’ve got a great selection for your children to explore. If you need help, we love to recommend and we relish the challenge of engaging reluctant readers. We also carry Bond Assessment Papers, 11+ Practice Tests and lots of non-fiction to support your child’s curriculum.
When Cake attends his first ever birthday party things don’t go quite as he expects, in this funny and endearing story from bestselling picture book creators Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet.
A hilarious story about Cake’s first ever birthday party and how things might not go ashe expects. A charming tale from the award-winning creators of Supertato, I Need a Wee and Barry the Fish With Fingers.
All mums are brilliant and the mum in this story is no exception. She doesn’t wear a cape or fly to Earth from Outer Space, but she runs for the bus so fast it feels like flying, uses her super strength to carry her daughter’s boots, coat, bag AND scooter, and can make bumps and bruises better with just a kiss.
From the bestselling and award-winning authorof Blown Away and GRRRRR!, comes a story about a boy named Kevin and a very special relationship. Beautifully illustrated, this is a tale of friendship, kindness and stepping up. Ages: 3+
There's a Monster in Your Book
A new paperback from Tom Fletcher which invites children to tilt, spin and shake it to see the mischief the monster is making! Full of interactive fun, the book also has a wind-down ending, making it perfect for bedtime reading.
Fantastically Great Women Who Made History
A wonderful book celebrating some of history’s most exceptional women. There are familiar names, such as Ada Lovelace, Boudica, Pocahontas and Mary Wollstonecraft, but many of who have seldom been mentioned in history books for children: Second World War secret agent Noor Inayat Khan, Chinese revolutionary writer Qiu Jin and Underground Railroad conductor Harriet Tubman.
Lively spreads showcase each woman, using cartoon-style illustrations and a well-pitched level of facts and social context. It’s a tremendously engaging read: smart, informative, inclusive and accessible, with gorgeous, visually creative art.