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This sturdy board book is great for little hands and children will love to press the button to hear the song. A must for fans of the Waybuloo TV series, in this story Yojojo wants to give his friends a gift.
This feel-good novel written in verse follows Annie, who loves running, her family and drawing, as she deals with changes in her life, from her best friend’s moods to her mother’s new baby.
The second title in a new series featuring friends Monkey and Robot, this picture book with press out pieces is ideal for new readers. Monkey doesn't want to play, but can Robot change his mind?
This large-format, fold-out information book is full of amazing facts about these often misunderstood mammals. Vibrant illustrations help to bring the text to life.
Simple text, colour photos and cartoon style illustrations tell the story of Rachel Yanks, who started playing for Arsenal at 16 and now has 80 caps for England.
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Comic books can be a great way of interesting children who aren’t enthusiastic readers. Use the power of comics to boost literacy with these fun activities. Click here.
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