This classic Dr. Seuss tale tells the story of the disgruntled Grinch and his fiendish attempts to steal Christmas from the citizens of Who-ville. With wacky rhymes and zany illustrations from the master himself, it has been a favourite of young readers for over 60 years.
The Grinch hated Christmas! The whole Christmas season!
Now, please don't ask why. No one quite knows the reason…
Hopscotch knows what he likes and what he doesn't like--and he doesn't like getting his ears washed. In fact, he'll do just about anything to avoid it. But when Hopscotch's big cousin Bobtail comes to spend the night and doesn't even flinch when it comes to the dreaded ear-washing hour, Hopscotch makes a startling discovery: big rabbits wash their own ears!
Small Florence has big dreams of becoming a piggy pop star. But when she tries to sing in front of her two older sisters, nothing comes out but a shy little squeak! When her sisters get the chance to sing in a contest on TV, Florence wishes she could join them. On the day of the competition, the judges get ready to pick a star. And then a truly amazing thing happens!
A lamb for my supper will taste mighty fine! thought a wily old wolf by the name of Lou Pine. With a stunningly cunning plan, Lou Pine finds a disguise that is sure to deliver a lamb stew or two. But this flock of sheep aren't quite the dumb mutton they seem.
Big Mouse is digging in the garden. "Come and help me, Little Mouse," he calls. But Little Mouse is too busy to help. He is dreaming something up. It involves daisies, lots of clover, and three snowy white feathers. What can it be, and will Big Mouse like it?
Tilly Turner Champion Gurner by Alison Maloney, Joëlle Dreidemy
Remember, if ever you feel a storm brewing, just stop pulling faces - if that's what you're doing. Don't be silly like Tilly if wind's blowing through, or one day the same thing might happen to you.
Colorful cars beep-beep, toot-toot, vroom-vroom, and whoosh across these collage-like pages, inviting kids along on an entertaining trip. Little ones will love joining in with the sounds, reading them aloud as they watch a little red jeep, big blue van, sleek black sports car, long pink limousine, and big yellow taxi pass by. But what do you get when all these vehicles make their distinctive sounds at the same time? A lot of chugga-chugga, honk-honk noise! But in the end each vehicle finds its parking space and, like all good children, settles down for the night.
One of the townspeople in Cuckooville talks nothing but gobbledygook and the Mayor has had enough! “This has got to stop!” he demands. But has the Mayor spoken too soon? One day, disaster strikes the town. Strange foreigners have invaded and no one can understand a word of what they are saying—no one, that is, except for the Gobbledygook-speaking Mrs. Gobbledygook! Will she be the hero of the day and finally interpret what these newcomers are requesting? Renowned illustrator Delphine Durand and Kate Greenaway Medal–nominated author Susan Chandler have created a hilarious and entertaining collaboration in this jaunty book about acceptance, diversity, and neighborliness.
"I'm fed up," groaned Rattle. "Me too," moaned Ricket. "So, let's go on holiday!" And so, once more, we enter the unique, manic world of Rattle, Rickett (and Rum) created by prize-winning illustrator Poly Bernatene, sequel to "Which Witch's Wand Works".