From the rich red of the pohutukawa to the cool blue of the little blue penguin, pictures from vibrant Aotearoa are the perfect introduction to colours for Kiwi babies. This simple and eye-catching book, with essential words in English and Maori, will delight our littlest learners.
Max waves good-bye to his parents, boards the bus with Ruby, and heads to school with his book and lunch box in tow. There he sings songs, paints pictures, and even gets to dress up like a pirate! Once the day comes to an end, Max can't wait to do it all over again. Full color.
Tigger is determined to teach his friends in the Hundred-Acre Wood how to bounce. He sets to work with his usual enthusiasm -- but his first lesson turns out to be his last when his entire class bounces clean out of sight!
In their fourth endearing escapade, four small bears prepare a celebration for Big Brown Bear s birthday. Mmm, something smells good in the kitchen. Big Brown Bear is curious what are those little bears up to? Are they making something special? No peeking, Big Brown Bear! Floppy and Fuzzy, Yellow and C ...Show more
Category: Children - Pre-School
What is BIG? What is LITTLE? This board book shows a variety of NZ animals including the Maui Dolphin, Kea, Emperor Penguin, and more. We see the difference between the grown-up creatures (BIG) and their little babies (LITTLE).
This beautiful board book introduces young children to a whole host of animals, including a squirrel, a fox, a bear, and a rabbit, and shows how they sleep. Loes Botman's warm and detailed illustrations bring the different animals alive on the page, and the simple words and concepts make this a perfect ...Show more
One night, Elmer hears the sound of crying. It is Baby Elephant. He can't sleep because he has lost his teddy. Elmer offers to lend Baby Elephant his teddy for the night and to search for the lost teddy the next day. Elmer discovers that all the baby animals have teddies, but Baby Elephant's remains mis ...Show more
You couldn't find cuter baby animals than these. - Age 18 months and upwards - Lots of different textures to touch and feel - Large format to help toddlers really concentrate on the pages - A book to charm both parents and children YOUR baby will love THESE babies
Category: Children - Pre-School
Everything you need to know about finding, keeping, and training your very own pet train. Finding advice on caring for a dog, a cat, a fish, even a dinosaur is easy. But what if somebody s taste in pets runs to the more mechanical kind? What about those who like cogs and gears more than feathers and fur ...Show more
Oh no, Little Rabbit has hurt his arm. And there's blood! Can you help him? Blow gently three times, try a bandage, a rhyme, but he's still crying... Let's give his ears a stroke and wipe his tears. There, all better! Off you go, Little Rabbit! This follow-up to Tickle My Ears and Bathtime for Little R ...Show more
Peppa and George are visiting Digger World - where all your digging dreams come true! Everyone loves digging holes, building things up and then knocking them down. It's all part of the fun with diggers! This shaped board storybook has real wheels!