A brilliant second story about the troublesome little dog who finally discovers his own name.
When Elephant and Hippo are nasty to Tortoise, he shows them that while he may not be big, he certainly is brainy.
A counting book with flaps and die-cut pages. Very pleasing.
“[Woollvin] has turned her highly original hand (gorgeous pantone inks) and feminist verve to the well-worn story of Rapunzel making her golden haired gal fresh and fiery.” TIMES
Set in a meticulously handcrafted-paper-modelled French village, the uniquely vibrant laugh-out-loud world of Nanette’s Baguette may be Mo’s best creation yet.
“A compendium of children’s drawings and tales by the British-Mexican surrealist… who used to paint them on the walls of her house. OBSERVER
“Conveys the sense of the capital from the top of a double-decker bus… a fine reminder, with sympathetically exact illustrations, of what a superlative city [London] is.” OBSERVER
A very funny, charming story all about the futility of fads and the joy of finding your own style, full of brilliantly inventive hats for children to spot.
With a stylish limited palette and incredible visual humour, children and adults alike will fall in love with Raymond and his laugh-out-loud antics in this absurdly original – yet highly relatable – world.
Vigorously and rhythmically told with bold rumbustious illustrations this is a fabulously entertaining picture book about a class trip.