Do you like ketchup on your Christmas tree? Or a Santa hat on your Christmas pud? Discover all these bonkers combinations and more in Ketchup on Your Reindeer?, the fabulous festive follow-up to Nick Sharratt's classic picture book bestseller, Ketchup on Your Cornflakes?
A brand new title in the much-loved That's not my... series. Babies and toddlers will love touching the textured touchy-feely patches and looking for the familiar white mouse.The bright pictures and textures are designed to develop sensory and language development.
It's Christmas Eve -- almost time to open presents! But Alfie just can't wait any longer. Could he, pretty please, open his presents now? Read along with Alfie and laugh along with his hilarious attempts to convince his mom that he should be allowed to open presents!
A gorgeously illustrated Christmas classic re-written and illustrated by Alex T. Smith, The Twelve Days of Christmas, or Grandma is Overly Generous, is the creator of the Claude series and How Winston Delivered Christmas. On the first day of Christmas my Grandma sent to me .
Little reindeer is hiding! Very young children will love peeping through the holes and touching the textured pages in this festive hide-and-seek board book, spotting a fox, squirrel and snowman as they search for the elusive little reindeer. Part of a gorgeous series for babies and toddlers, perfect for fans of That's not my...
How Winston Delivered Christmas by Alex T. Smith is a festive book written in 241/2 chapters - one to share every day leading up to Christmas. Follow Winston the mouse as he sets out to deliver Oliver's letter to Father Christmas on Christmas Eve.He has a lot of Very Exciting Adventures on this Very Important Mission and makes some wonderful friends along...
This Christmas, join Michael Rosen and Tony Ross with their unforgettable retelling of Charles Dickens' beloved classic. In a school theatrical production of "A Christmas Carol", the boy who plays Scrooge is extra nervous because his very busy father is in the audience. However, it's likely his father won't stay for the duration, due to business.
It's Christmas Eve and Theo - left at home with a babysitter - sees an odd-looking star out of his window and decides to make a wish. He wishes that he had some friends to keep him company. Moments later the Christmas decorations begin to disentangle themselves from the tree behind him, ready to wreak a little havoc