Children’s July – December 2017
Contents Picture Books Franklin’s Flying Bookshop
The Cranky Caterpillar
On a Magical Do-Nothing Day
A Drink of Water
In the Woods
Martha & Me
Pop-Up Books The Nutcracker
Flip Flap Pop-Up series
Activity Books The Big Sticker Book of Bugs
The Big Sticker Book of Beasts
This Book Thinks You’re a Maths Genius
What’s Hidden in the Body?
Non-fiction On the cover Front: from Franklin’s Flying Bookshop, p2. Back: from Party Animals!, p11.
Why Don’t Fish Drown?
The illustration on this page is taken from Paper Monsters, p16. All descriptions in this catalogue are correct at the time of going to press. Prices, which apply in the UK only, are net, provisional and subject to alteration without notice. For Value Added Tax (VAT) purposes, books are zero rated in the UK.
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Fiction The Lifeboat that Saved the World
OKIDO My animal book
My head-to-toe body book
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A spellbinding story about the magic of books. For ages 3+ Jen Campbell is the Sunday Times bestselling author of the Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops series, which was a finalist in the Goodreads Choice Awards. Her latest non-fiction book, The Bookshop Book, was the official book of the ‘Books Are My Bag’ campaign. She’s also an award-winning poet and short story writer. Katie Harnett is a sought-after British illustrator with an MA in Children’s Book Illustration from the Cambridge School of Art. She won the 2015 Ars In Fabula Award and is the author of Archie Snufflekins Oliver Valentine Cupcake Tiberius Cat.
28.5 x 27.5 cm 32pp ISBN 978 0 500 651094 September £11.95
Franklin’s Flying Bookshop Jen Campbell • Illustrated by Katie Harnett
2 A follow-up title, Luna and Franklin Go to the Moon, will be published in autumn 2018.
Franklin the dragon loves stories and likes to read them out loud for everyone to hear. If only the village folk weren’t so terrified of him. Fortunately, he finds a kindred spirit in Luna, who loves stories just as much. Together they hatch a plan to open a bookshop – a flying bookshop, that is – right on Franklin’s back!
A charming story about a cranky caterpillar and the little girl who brings some colour into his life. For ages 3+ Richard Graham works from his art studio in London, where he creates characters from everyday objects – including oversized caterpillars from old pianos. The Cranky Caterpillar is his first picture book.
21.0 x 27.5 cm 32pp ISBN 978 0 500 651087 September £10.95
The Cranky Caterpillar Richard Graham
One day Ezra hears a gloomy blue tune coming from the piano. To her surprise, it’s a caterpillar making the sound: a cranky caterpillar. Ezra tries to cheer him up with some fresh air, cakes, and new hats, but nothing seems to work … What can Ezra do to help the cranky caterpillar change his tune? Richard Graham is a new illustrator with a highly distinctive and original style. The origins of The Cranky Caterpillar lie in his own artistic sculptural creations: a caterpillar created from the hammers inside an old piano, a band of musical characters, all sculpted from instruments and materials found in his studio. Graham has also been inspired by Wassily Kandinsky’s colour synesthesia, whereby we are shown the magical colours of music, in this splendidly illustrated book. Children will identify with the struggle the caterpillar goes through in trying to articulate his emotions, and will delight in the inventive band of friends that succeed in cheering him up.
‘Absolutely astonishing … [an] astounding piece of work’ Raymond Briggs
Award-winning author and illustrator Beatrice Alemagna tells the story of a child discovering the magic in nature one rainy afternoon. For ages 3+ Beatrice Alemagna has published more than thirty books for children, including The Marvellous Fluffy Squishy Itty Bitty, also published by Thames & Hudson, which won the 2016 Mildred L. Batchelder Award.
30.5 x 22.9 cm 48pp ISBN 978 0 500 651322 August £12.95
On a Magical Do-Nothing Day Beatrice Alemagna
By the same author
978 0 500 650493 £12.95
‘Alemagna’s exuberant, grown-up illustration makes every page a delight’ Observer
Told and illustrated in Beatrice Alemagna’s exquisite trademark style, A Magical Do-Nothing Day celebrates the magical effect boredom can have on a child’s imagination. It tells the story of a young girl whose mother has insisted on spending a weekend in the remote countryside. There is nothing for the girl to do but stay glued to her computer game. Forced outside into the rain for some fresh air, our young protagonist is distraught when her game slips out of her pocket, into the lake. But to her surprise and delight, she finds an entire world of games and excitement in the natural world around her, and discovers the magic in doing nothing.
A classic book from the golden age of children’s book illustration. For ages 3+ Julian Tuwim was a major figure in Polish literature, known especially for his contribution to children’s literature. He was the recipient of the prestigious Golden Laurel of the Polish Academy of Literature in 1935. Locomotive is among his best-known works and has been translated into many different languages. Graphic design duo Jan Le Witt and George Him worked together for over twenty years as ‘Lewitt and Him’, and made a lasting impact on the design world. Later picture book collaborations included the Little Red Engine stories and The Football’s Revolt.
17.6 x 25.3 cm 48pp ISBN 978 0 500 650974 August £10.95
Locomotive Rhymes by Julian Tuwim • Drawings by Lewitt and Him
This classic book invites us aboard a steam train as it chuffs and puffs out of the station carrying giraffes, elephants, bicycles, umbrellas and a trio of men, all eating sausages. Just like the 1938 original, this edition also includes a well-loved folk tale about an enormous turnip and the hilarious story of chatterbox birds who can’t agree on anything.
‘ Locomotive is a true pioneer, paving the way for multiple generations of children’s book illustrators, including myself. I was fortunate enough to have been exposed to this book as a child, and Lewitt and Him’s innovative typography and bold art deco illustrations still look fresh, dignified and beautiful, even after 80 years! I’m so grateful that great works like this are preserved and republished, so that they can continue to inspire artists and readers to come’ Oliver Jeffers
Published in association with the House of Illustration, London
A facsimile edition of this classic book from 1960, the first to feature the illustrious Quentin Blake’s much-loved work. For ages 6+ John Yeoman was for many years Head of English at the French Lycée in London. His collaboration with Quentin Blake began in 1960 with A Drink of Water, and has resulted in a long list of successful children’s books. Known also for his collaborations with esteemed writers including Roald Dahl, Michael Rosen and Russell Hoban, Quentin Blake’s illustrations are universally recognized and adored. Quentin Blake received a knighthood for his services to illustration in 2013 and in 2014 was admitted to the Légion d’honneur in France.
19.1 x 15.3 cm 70pp ISBN 978 0 500 651353 October £10.95
A Drink of Water And Other Stories John Yeoman • Illustrations by Quentin Blake Who would believe it could be so hard to get a drink of water? And to find it at last, cool and fresh but out of reach – that was a problem indeed for a young monkey. But luckily for him, he had an observant and logical mind. This was more than could be said for the dog that made friends with the bear, or the vain jackdaw; and as for the silly ewe and the nanny goat – well, one might call it guile or one might call it simplicity that kept the wolves at bay. First published in 1960, this charming book of animal fables was the first children’s book either Quentin Blake or John Yeoman ever published. It exudes all the warmth and wit we have come to expect of their collaborations.
‘Be happy now!’ is the upbeat mantra of this magical collection of tales about using creativity and kindness to guide us through life’s adventures. For ages 3+ Thereza Rowe, a Brazilian illustrator and designer based in London, has an MA in Communication Design from Kingston University. She is the author of three other books for children: Hearts, Mister Pip and Sticker Shape Create.
27.0 x 20.5 cm 46pp ISBN 978 0 500 651056 August £10.95
In the Woods Thereza Rowe
The woods are abuzz with activity as all the animals get ready for a very special event: Red the fox’s wedding day. But as the penguins are collecting the decorations, they realize not everyone is feeling happy in themselves. Olly the horse is upset that he is the only one of his friends not to have turned into a unicorn; Lionel the lion has lost his pride and glory – his mane; and on the morning of her wedding, the cake Red fox had spent hours making is stolen by the big bad wolf. In these three heart-warming tales, the penguins and their friends work together to cheer each other up and their inventive solutions show what a difference good friends can make. Each story ends with the same empowering mantra, ‘Be happy now!’.
A beautifully illustrated story that celebrates the joys of artistic creation and the power of imagination. For ages 3+ It’s Raining Elephants is the collective name of Swiss duo Nina Wehrle and Evelyne Laube, who founded their illustration studio in 2008. They have created several children’s books, including Who is William Tell? and The Great Flood.
26.4 x 18.2 cm 88pp ISBN 978 0 500 651421 September £12.95
Martha & Me Created by It’s Raining Elephants Martha loves drawing and painting. When she draws a lion that steps right out of the picture, the two go on a wild adventure. Join Martha and her new friend, and discover how a pencil or paintbrush can create a whole new world…
A tender and delightful picture book about the power of perspective, transformation and the strength of a creative mind. For ages 3+ Marianna Coppo is an Italian author and illustrator based in Rome. She is the author of Chapeau!, a story about a magician who loses his magic.
27.0 x 18.5 cm 48pp ISBN 978 0 500 651407 October £9.95
Petra Marianna Coppo
Is Petra a mountain? An island? An egg? Who knows! She’s a rock and this is how she rolls. Petra is a mighty mountain that can’t be moved by the wind or time. Or so we think until we discover that she’s actually something even more astonishing. Petra has the potential to be anything – an island, an egg, even an elephant – thanks to her lively imagination.
A vertical story two metres long, which unfolds to form a whole pyramid of more than 100 party animals. For ages 4+ Cléa Dieudonné is a French iIlustrator and designer. She studied at Gobelins and École Estienne in Paris, and has worked for various French newspapers and journals. She is the author of Megalopolis, also published by Thames & Hudson.
30.0 x 17.5 cm 22pp folding out to a height of 2 metres ISBN 978 0 500 651391 October £12.95
Party Animals! A Tall Tale of Balancing Beasts Cléa Dieudonné Do you know the hoopoe? Today’s the birthday of this beautiful bird, and all her animal friends arrive for a party, piling in to form a teetering tower of tails and trunks, fur and feathers, two metres tall. Join the celebrations and see how many different creatures you can spot in this wonderful, colourful crowd! By the same author
978 0 500 650691 £14.95
‘Absorbing fun … tall stories do not come any taller or more adventurously enjoyable’ Observer In terms of both invention and design, Megalopolis is incomparable … outstanding’ Junior magazine
An exquisite retelling of Tchaikovsky’s ballet using an entirely new pop-up technique featuring intricate laser-cut illustrations. For ages 6+ Shobhna Patel is a papercut artist, paper engineer and illustrator. She graduated from De Montfort University in 2012 and has designed book covers and created papercut work for a variety of clients including Egmont, Walker Books and Bonnier.
29.5 x 16.5 cm 32pp inc 4 laser-cut pop-ups ISBN 978 0 500 651247 October £14.95
The Nutcracker A Papercut Pop-up Book Shobhna Patel 12
The magic of Tchaikovsky’s ballet The Nutcracker is retold in this theatrical pop-up book created by papercut artist Shobhna Patel, whose delicate laser-cut pop-ups will enchant readers young and old. Patel has invented a new paper engineering technique called the ‘paperscope’ which is used for the first time and to great effect in this book. This classic story begins on Christmas Eve when a little girl named Clara and her brother Fritz are gathered around the Christmas tree to celebrate with family and friends. Their mysterious uncle, Drosselmeyer the toy maker, gives Clara a wooden nutcracker who magically comes to life when the clock strikes midnight. So begins an enchanting adventure featuring all of Tchaikovsky’s original characters: the soldier mice, the Sugar Plum Fairy, the Land of Sweets and of course, a handsome prince.
Two new titles in the award-winning Flip Flap Pop-Up book series. For ages 3+ Olivia Cosneau contributed the illustrations to What’s Up?, also in the Flip Flap Pop-Up series. Bernard Duisit is the author of What’s Up?, This or That? and Can You Keep a Straight Face?. Janik Coat is an author, illustrator and graphic designer. She is also the author of Hippopposites and Rhymoceros.
Each book: 18.0 x 15.0 cm Sleep: 14pp Wearing: 16pp Hardback August £8.95
How Do You Sleep?
What Are You Wearing Today?
Olivia Cosneau and Bernard Duisit
Janik Coat and Bernard Duisit
ISBN 978 0 500 651445
ISBN 978 0 500 651438
How do you sleep? Up a tree? In a pouch?? Upside down??? These pages are packed with flaps to lift, tabs to pull and plenty of surprises!
What are you wearing today? Spots or stripes? Snowsuit or swimsuit? Well, it depends!
In the same series
978 0 500 650929 £8.95
978 0 500 650936 £8.95
978 0 500 650912 £8.95
Each featuring over 500 reusable stickers, these jam-packed sticker books will have children buzzing. For ages 5+ Yuval Zommer studied at the Royal College of Art, London. He has worked as a creative director at many top advertising agencies, and has written and illustrated several children’s books, including The Big Book of Bugs and The Big Book of Beasts, both published by Thames & Hudson.
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Each book: 30.4 x 20.5 cm 48pp + 8pp of 500 kiss-cut stickers Paperback September £8.95
The Big Sticker Book of Bugs
The Big Sticker Book of Beasts
ISBN 978 0 500 651346
ISBN 978 0 500 651339
Yuval Zommer’s hugely successful The Big Book of Bugs and The Big Book of Beasts are the inspiration for these non-fiction sticker activity books that bring the world of beasts and bugs alive in a creative way. Taking fascinating facts as their starting points, the activities in each book invite children to draw, colour and play games with beasts and bugs from around the world, inspiring children’s interest in nature as they play. Superfly Freddie accompanies readers throughout each book, explaining the 20+ activities and games as he flies along. Yuval Zommer’s rich illustrations portray some of the quirkiest creatures in the animal kingdom, and make fantastic stickers for children to use in their drawings and to complete their games and puzzles.
‘Beautifully illustrated … a book to stimulate curiousity and counter squeamishness’ Sunday Times on The Big Book of Bugs
‘Brilliant … packed with fascinating information and full of gloriously illustrated wildlife scenes’ Absolutely Mama on The Big Bok of Beasts 978 0 500 650677 £12.95
978 0 500 651063 £12.95
Monstrous fun – a collage studio to make colourful monsters. For ages 4+
Oscar Sabini is an Italian illustrator who also organizes and teaches creative and educational workshops for children and adults. He is the author of Paper Zoo, also published by Thames & Hudson.
23.0 x 31.5 cm 20pp, including 8 die-cut pockets and envelope containing 8 blank pieces of card and 20 sheets of decorated paper ISBN 978 0 500 650967 August £14.95
Paper Monsters Make Monster Collages Oscar Sabini 16
In the same series
978 0 500 650509 £14.95
‘Gorgeously creative’ Guardian ‘Hugely charming … perfect for creativeminded children’ Primary Times ‘A quirky, conceptual book’ Junior Magazine ‘Beastly good fun’ Absolutely Mama
This follow-up to the wildly successful Paper Zoo is a hands-on collage studio for young children. Budding artists can create seven collage pictures of monsters in cleverly designed paper pockets in the book. Complete all the pictures to make a monster procession hurrying to the last page, where young readers discover the monsters at monster school with a final collage to complete. Oscar Sabini’s charming and colourful artwork will inspire young children to be creative and to experiment with form and colour.
A hands-on book that introduces key mathematical concepts in a highly visual – and entertaining – way. For ages 7+ Dr Mike Goldsmith has written over fifty books for children, including Eureka!, also published by Thames & Hudson. He has twice been shortlisted for the Junior Aventis Science Prize that celebrates science writing for a non-specialist audience. Harriet Russell is an illustrator and a graduate of Central Saint Martins. She is the illustrator for This Book Thinks You’re a Scientist, also published by Thames & Hudson.
25.0 x 19.5 cm 96pp paperback ISBN 978 0 500 651179 August £8.95
This Book Thinks You’re a Maths Genius Dr Mike Goldsmith • Illustrated by Harriet Russell This follow-up to the successful This Book Thinks You’re a Scientist helps children to think like mathematicians by introducing key mathematical concepts in a highly visual – and entertaining – way. It explores seven key areas of maths: geometry, space and volume, statistics, numbers and number patterns, codes and ciphers, and the concept of infinity. Fun activities and illustrations encourage young readers to engage with new ideas by experimenting and investigating things for themselves. Activities include reading minds with maths, having a eureka moment, and playing mathematical guess who. The book closes with a section of paper-based crafts. This creative approach, allied to Harriet Russell’s wonderfully humorous hand-drawn illustrations, make maths fun and accessible to children. In the same series
‘A book that will make every child enjoy and understand science … outstanding’ Parents in Touch 978 0 500 650813 £8.95
The body’s secrets are uncovered in this delightful, interactive book for children aged 4+ Aina Bestard is a designer and illustrator. She is the author of several children’s books, including What’s Hidden in the Woods? and What’s Hidden in the Sea?, both also published by Thames & Hudson.
28.0 x 26.3 cm 24pp + RGB ‘magic’ glasses and poster ISBN 978 0 500 651483 November £12.95
What’s Hidden in the Body? Aina Bestard At first glance, all you can see on the page are simple outlines of body parts or seemingly abstract shapes. But look closely through the three coloured glasses and the amazing intricacy of the human body becomes apparent – as if by magic, the secrets of life are revealed! Following the award-winning What’s Hidden in the Woods?, this book includes a removable poster, which can be unfolded for even more fun!
In the same series
978 0 500 650530 £12.95
978 0 500 651001 £12.95
An irreverent but informative primer that asks from-the-hip questions about the animal kingdom, exploring the whys and hows of animals great and small. For ages 7+ Anna Claybourne’s most recent book, Make It Splash!, won the 2016 Teachers’ Choice Award. Claire Goble is an illustrator, animator and designer. She contributed the illustrations to the award-winning Why is Art Full of Naked People?, also published by Thames & Hudson.
26.4 x 19.0 cm I96pp ISBN 978 0 500 651261 September £12.95
In the same series
Why Don’t Fish Drown? And other vital questions about the animal kingdom Anna Claybourne • Illustrated by Claire Goble What does ‘Woof’ mean? Where did the dinosaurs go? Why don’t animals brush their teeth? Why don’t humans have tails? How do flies buzz?
978 0 500 650806 £12.95
‘Absorbing and entertaining … answers the sort of questions many adults would like to ask as well’ The Artist
Why Don’t Fish Drown? tackles twenty-two questions about animals so that children can build an understanding of how animals live and behave. Fresh and informal without being flippant, this is a swift introduction to natural history that will enable children to feel confident asking and investigating the questions that interest them most.
The human body as you’ve never seen it before! For ages 9+ Hélène Druvert is is the author of two other lasercut books, Paris Up, Up and Away and Mary Poppins Up, Up and Away, both published by Thames & Hudson. Claude Druvert, Hélène’s father, is a medical doctor.
36.0 x 25.0 cm 48pp ISBN 978 0 500 651360 October £18.95
Anatomy A Cutaway Look Inside the Human Body Hélène Druvert and Jean-Claude Druvert By the same author
978 0 500 650592 £14.95
978 0 500 651049 £14.95
This gorgeous, large-format book is filled with clever cutouts exploring every detail of the organs, systems and senses that make up that most marvellous of machines, the human body. This fact-filled journey is illustrated by Hélène Druvert, the acclaimed creator of the award-winning Paris Up, Up and Away and Mary Poppins Up, Up and Away. Her father, a doctor, has contributed the text, which is perfectly pitched at children of nine and over.
The age-old tale of a man charged with saving the world from a lifedestroying flood, based on an ancient Mesopotamian story recorded on cuneiform. For ages 9+ Irving Finkel is Assistant Keeper in the Department of the Middle East at the British Museum. Dylan Giles has designed projects for clients including the BBC, Cambridge Rivers Press and the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge.
22.5 x 14.8 cm 112pp ISBN 978 0 500 651223 October £9.95
The Lifeboat that Saved the World Irving Finkel • Illustrated by Dylan Giles
From the bestselling author of The Ark Before Noah comes this ancient story of a man tasked with building a boat large enough to save all living things from a catastrophic flood. The story was inscribed on clay tablets over 4,000 years ago, long before it was written down in the Hebrew Bible as the story of Noah and the Ark. It is retold here from a young boy’s perspective by Irving Finkel, who actually discovered the the cuneiform tablet on which this story is based. This dramatic tale of life and death has lost none of its impact. The gripping narrative is supplemented with asides that give fascinating insights into daily life in Ancient Mesopotamia as well as the historical sources for the story.
New in paperback
Join Koko and the explorers as they travel the world meeting all kinds of animals. For ages 4+ OKIDO is the arts and science magazine for 3-8 year old children. Thames & Hudson has published many of its books, including My big world and Colour me in, as well as the ‘Messy Goes to OKIDO’ series.
29.7 x 21.0 cm 64pp paperback ISBN 978 0 500 651315 July £8.95
My animal book Facts and Fun • Questions and Answers • Things to Make and Do OKIDO My animal book is a hands-on, action-packed title to share with young children. The starting point is the child and the questions they ask about animals. First, there’s a big surprise: a human being is an animal! Then come all kinds of questions and activities to encourage children to think about where different animals live, what they eat and how they have families. There are things to do both on and off the page, including games, recipes and craft activities.This friendly and approachable book will be read again and again by all children of four and over.
‘Brilliant’ Parent Talk ‘An action-packed journey through the animal world … sure to be a hit with children of 5 years+’ The School Librarian New in paperback
An energetic, bold and contemporary take on the body book. For ages 4+ 29.7 x 21.0 cm 64pp paperback ISBN 978 0 500 651308 July £8.95
My head-to-toe body book Facts and Fun • Questions and Answers • Things to Make and Do OKIDO Original, imaginative and lots of fun, My head-to-toe body book is a look at the body inside and out for young children. The approach is hands-on: this book is all about asking questions and getting answers. How many teeth do you have? What happens to the food you eat? How do you wee? A little girl called Koko asks questions to make children think about the body, while three intrepid explorers go on adventures inside the body to find out what makes the body work. Children investigate each topic by playing and learning – the book is packed with things to do on and off the page, including games, recipes and craft activities.
‘Beautifully illustrated and designed … a winner with parents and children alike. We all LOVE it’ nofunmum.com ‘An informative introduction to the world of biology for primary age children and under … bound to inform and entertain’ Absolutely Kensington
NON-FICTION / PICTURE BOOKS
The Big Book of Beasts
The Big Book of Bugs
The Book of Bees
Yuval Zommer 34.0 x 23.0 cm 64pp ISBN 978 0 500 651063 £12.95 hb
Yuval Zommer 34.0 x 23.0 cm 64pp ISBN 978 0 500 650677 £12.95 hb
Piotr Socha 37.0 x 27.3 cm 72pp ISBN 978 0 500 650950 £16.95 hb
Dr Mike Goldsmith 26.0 x 19.5 cm 96pp ISBN 978 0 500 292273 £8.95 pb
Deborah Kespert 26.0 x 19.5 cm 96pp ISBN 978 0 500 292303 £8.95 pb
Deborah Kespert 26.0 x 19.5 cm 96pp ISBN 978 0 500 650431 £12.95 hb
My Big Art Show
Dotty’s First Book
Mary Richards 26.0 x 19.5 cm 96pp ISBN 978 0 500 650653 £12.95 hb
Celia Joicey and Dennis Nothdruft 14.0 x 20.4 cm 60pp ISBN 978 0 500 650394 £14.95 box set
Becky Baur 25.0 x 25.0 cm 16pp ISBN 978 0 500 651070 £7.95 hb
ABC: off to sea!
If I had a dinosaur
Virginie Morgand 23.8 x 17.0 cm 28pp ISBN 978 0 500 651131 £9.95 hb
Gabby Dawnay and Alex Barrow 26.0 x 23.8 cm 32pp ISBN 978 0 500 650998 £10.95 hb
Isabel Minhós Martins 22.0 x 19.6 cm 28pp ISBN 978 0 500 650776 £8.95 hb
The Cantankerous Crow
The Boy Who Bit Picasso
Miró’s Magic Animals
Lennart Hellsing 28.6 x 20.8 cm 28pp ISBN 978 0 500 650790 £12.95 hb
Antony Penrose 23.0 x 17.0 cm 48pp ISBN 978 0 500 238738 £9.95 hb
Antony Penrose 23.0 x 17.0 cm 48pp ISBN 978 0 500 650660 £9.95 hb
The Big Adventure of a Little Line
The Happy Prince
Klaas Verplancke 29.8 x 22.8 cm 32pp ISBN 978 0 500 651032 £14.95 hb
Serge Bloch 26.0 x 20.5 cm 88pp ISBN 978 0 500 650585 £12.95 hb
Maisie Paradise Shearring 28.0 x 24.5 cm 48pp ISBN 978 0 500 651117 £10.95 hb
Can I Build Another Me?
It Might Be an Apple
What Happens Next?
Shinsuke Yoshitake 25.6 x 20.4 cm 32pp ISBN 978 0 500 650783 £7.95 hb
Shinsuke Yoshitake 25.7 x 20.5 cm 32pp ISBN 978 0 500 650486 £7.95 hb
Shinsuke Yoshitake 25.7 x 20.5 cm 32pp ISBN 978 0 500 651209 £7.95 hb
The House That Flew Away
Mother Fox and Her Cubs
Paris Up, Up and Away
Davide Calí and Katarina Sobral 25.5 x 18.5 cm 28pp ISBN 978 0 500 650943 £9.95 hb
Amandine Momenceau 32.0 x 23.0 cm 40pp ISBN 978 0 500 650899 £12.95 hb
Hélène Druvert 28.0 x 21.0 cm 36pp ISBN 978 0 500 650592 £14.95 hb
PICTURE BOOKS / ACTIVITY BOOKS
Mary Poppins Up, Up and Away
The Fairytale Princess
The Sleeping Beauty Theatre
Hélène Druvert 28.0 x 21.0 cm 34pp ISBN 978 0 500 651049 £14.95 hb
Su Blackwell 28.7 x 23.5 cm 96pp ISBN 978 0 500 650066 £14.95 hb
Su Blackwell 22.7 x 28.0 cm ISBN 978 0 500 650547 £19.95 hb
Through the Forest
That’s My Hat!
A Sea Voyage
Steffie Brocoli and Catherine Bidet 30.5 x 22.0 cm 30pp ISBN 978 0 500 650769 £12.95 hb
Anouk Boisrobert and Louis Rigaud 28.0 x 22.0 cm 24pp ISBN 978 0 500 650578 £14.95 board
Gérard Lo Monaco 16.0 x 26.0 cm 14pp ISBN 978 0 500 650882 £18.95 hb
Michaël Leblond and Frédérique Bertrand 32.0 x 24.0 cm 22pp ISBN 978 0 500 651155 £9.95 pb
Michaël Leblond and Frédérique Bertrand 32.0 x 24.0 cm 22pp ISBN 978 0 500 651254 £9.95 pb
A Day in Ricetown
Think and Make Like an Artist
My Stencil Kit
Jacky Bahbout 28.0 x 21.0 cm 128pp ISBN 978 0 500 292334 £9.95 pb
Claudia Boldt and Eleanor Meredith 30.0 x 23.0 cm 80pp ISBN 978 0 500 650981 £12.95 pb
Hervé Tullet 34.3 x 24.6 cm 68pp ISBN 978 0 500 650752 £14.95 pb
Noodoll Studio 28.0 x 20.0 cm 48pp ISBN 978 0 500 651025 £9.95 pb
MESSY GOES TO OKIDO
Sandwiches in space
23.0 x 21.0 cm 24pp ISBN 978 0 500 650837 £5.95 pb
23.0 x 21.0 cm 24pp ISBN 978 0 500 650844 £5.95 pb
23.0 x 21.0 cm 26pp ISBN 978 0 500 650622 £5.95 pb
Exploding ice cream!
The magic raindrops
The caterpillar mystery
23.0 x 21.0 cm 26pp ISBN 978 0 500 650646 £5.95 hb
23.0 x 21.0 cm 26pp ISBN 978 0 500 650639 £5.95 pb
23.0 x 21.0 cm 24pp ISBN 978 0 500 650721 £5.95 pb
Come back bees!
Diving for treasure
All about me
Let’s explore with Messy
23.0 x 21.0 cm 24pp ISBN 978 0 500 650714 £5.95 pb
23.0 x 16.4 cm 16pp ISBN 978 0 500 650745 £5.95 pb
23.0 x 16.4 cm 20pp ISBN 978 0 500 650615 £5.95 pb
Messy’s Doodle and do
Messy’s Doodle and do Adventure
My Messy sticker book
29.7 x 21.0 cm 48pp ISBN 978 0 500 650608 £5.95 pb
29.7 x 21.0 cm 48pp ISBN 978 0 500 650707 £5.95 pb
23.0 x 21.0 cm 12pp ISBN 978 0 500 650738 £5.95 pb
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