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.
A funny reassuring story perfect for any child worried about that first day at school or nursery.
A charmingly written and illustrated story told through the eyes of dinosaur-obsessed Daisy’s pet dog.
Very highly recommended.
Portrays a day in the life of a dad and daughter in a single-parent home.
Learn how the circle of life allows the jungle ecosystem to flourish, and see how many animals you can spot hiding in the leaves along the way.
A richly colourful introduction to the concept of the Food Chain.
Beautifully produced with lovely end papers.
Recommended both as a picture book and an information book.
Using scenes and illustrations from various MOG books across the years, this is a perfect introduction to the alphabet and initial letters.
This debut novel from US cartoonist Terri Libenson continues the launch of Puffin’s colour-illustrated fiction programme and follows two girls who could not seem more different: shy, observant, wallflower Emmie; and loud, popular, cheery Katie. What both girls do have in common are their strong feelings for the same boy, Tyler Ross. Then Emmie’s very private, very embarrassing scribbles fall into the wrong hands …