Lift the flaps in this fascinating book to discover how engineering works and the many things engineers do. Includes internet links to find out more. Published for the 2018 Year of Engineering.
Poochie poet Max Stravinsky has already lived quite a full life: He found freedom in Hey Willy, see The Pyramids, fortune in Max Makes A Million, a bride in Ooh-la-la and fame in Max In Hollywood, Baby.
Now, in the final entry of Maria Kalman’s Max the Dog books, Max travels to a foreign land in search of an ultimate truth – the meaning of existence itself.
In Taliban-ruled Afghanistan, Sonam’s world is dark and silent. Then one day, she follows a magical melodious sound to a walled garden, and her world is silent no more. The sound is music, and it lifts her up amongst the stars and takes her deeper than the tree roots in the earth. How can she hold on to this feeling in a world where music is forbidden? A lyrical fable-like story by the well-known musician, author and broadcaster Eddie Ayres, about the irrepressible power of music.
A lyrical story about overcoming universal childhood fears.
The perfect bed-time story for all those who hate the dark. Zhazha the porcupine and Duoduo the bear cub live in the DARK MUSHROOM FOREST. They are scared of the night. Awu the elephant arrives in the forest. Awu loves to eat darkness.He sucks it right up his trunk. ‘It’s yummier than bananas, crunchier than bamboo,’ says Awu.’And it’s got my name on it.’
This timeless classic story from bestselling and much-loved author, Astrid Lindgren, has been transformed by the acclaimed Studio Ghibli in a stunning TV series. This beautiful illustrated edition features artwork of the animation.
Times Children’s Book of the Week Nov 17 2018
A wickedly funny modern cautionary tale from Emma Chichester Clark, the highly regarded, award-winning creator of Blue Kangaroo.
Wickedly irreverent, this stylish and contemporary take on t ]he cautionary tale is perfect for fans of Eloise and Madeline.
Times Children’s Book of the Week, Oct 13 2018
Sally Gardner’s enchanting new series, illustrated by Nick Maland, is a fairy tale full of traditional ingredients. When Betsy K. Glory, the daughter of a mermaid and an ice-cream maker, meets the mysterious Mr Tiger they have a giant challenge: a moon to turn blue, berries to collect and wishable-delicious ice-cream to create. The sort that makes wishes come true.