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From A to Z – A Life of Glee

In a book that is best described as a breath of fresh air, From A to Z a Life of Glee is a whimsical and modern take on the classic theme of ABC’s. This book is a must-have for any young child’s bookshelf.

Fiona Flamingo

In a colorfully illustrated, feather filled pictured book about learning to accept who you are, Fiona Flamingo goes through a range of emotions before reinforcing that it’s perfectly OK to be YOU.

The Jolly Postman

A cleverly entertaining story that brings back great memories, The Jolly Postman still entertains with its removable letters and well-loved characters decades after it was originally published.

Baby Shark

In a book that celebrates the well-known song, Baby Shark will have your child laughing, singing and dancing their way to reading success. This book is a whole lot of fun!

How to Catch a Star

In a story that holds on to a child’s belief that anything is possible, How to Catch a Star is a whimsical story about wishing, persevering and reaching for the stars.

Spot’s First Christmas

You can’t go wrong with a Spot book and this one makes a fantastic addition to any Spot collection. The lift-the-flaps are timeless and Spot's First Christmas makes a great gift for young children.

If I Built a Car

Great for reading-out-loud, If I Built a Car is an engaging story, told from the perspective of a boy who hasn’t yet lost the fun in his imagination.

Old MacDonald Had a Truck

Old MacDonald Had a Truck is just pure read-out-loud entertainment! A brilliant new take on a classic story with a fun, surprise ending.

Pete the Cat and the Supercool Science Fair

Pete the Cat and the Super Cool Science Fair is just a general all-rounder enjoyed by many! It’s another great addition to the bestselling series and this is a great opportunity to begin your Pete the Cat collection or add to your existing one.

The Book of Mistakes

In a book that shows how mistakes can blossom into greatness, The Book of Mistakes is a memorable story about the creative process. It introduces to kids (and even adults) the idea of putting one’s slip-ups into a new perspective.

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