Furry Little Friends Children Illustration Pictures 10 Books Bag Collection Set
Mrs Mole I'm Home
From Jarvis, the creator of Alan’s Big, Scary Teeth, comes another truly unmissable, hilarious adventure about a daddy mole who has mislaid his spectacles. Morris can’t find them anywhere. So, he decides to go on without them, trusting his instincts to lead him the right way home to his waiting family and delicious dinner of worm noodles. "Mrs Mole, I’m homeeee!” he sings … as he burrows right into some poor unsuspecting rabbit family’s hole.
Guess How Much I Love You
A special anniversary gift edition of Guess How Much I Love You, now in paperback, with a striking gold cover and a unique note from the award-winning creators inside. Sometimes, when you love someone very, very much, you want to find a way of describing how much you treasure them. But, as Little Nutbrown Hare and Big Nutbrown Hare discover, love is not always an easy thing to measure!
Don't Call Me Choochie Pooh!
From Sean Taylor, the author of Hoot Owl, Master of Disguise, and Kate Hindley, illustrator of Worst in Show, comes a hilarious new picture book comedy starring a very small fed-up dog... This dog doesn't want to be carried in a handbag (how embarrassing!) or eat heart-shaped Mini Puppy Treats (I mean, come ON!) and under no circumstances does he ever want to be called ... Choochie Pooh! If only his owner understood. All he wants to do is play with the big dogs in the park – chase sticks, jump in muddy puddles and be an ordinary, proper dog.
Bruno and Titch
In this tale of a boy and his guinea pig, author-illustrator Sheena Dempsey offers a contemporary and comical take on new pets and new friends. As the only guinea pig left in Mrs Pinkerley’s pet shop, Titch is getting lonely and anxious. All he wants is his very own Big Person. Then one day fate collides – a boy named Bruno comes into the shop looking for the perfect pet... Their eyes meet, and – HOORAY! – Titch has a home at last!
"I'm not sleepy," says Tiptoe while Tilly gives him his goodnight kiss. Boom! Boom! Boom! goes Tiptoe's drum while Tilly sings him a goodnight lullaby. Will a bedtime story do the trick and send Tiptoe off to sleep? Ah, yes... Now Tilly must get ready for bed herself. If only there were someone to tuck her in... But wait! Tiptoe is still awake ... and he's come to tuck Tilly in and give her a goodnight kiss!
A New House for Mouse
Mouse is little and so is her house – but her apple is huge. She needs to find a home that is big enough for the both of them. But as she visits all sorts of other creatures to see if she can share their homes, her apple shrinks and shrinks – she's been nibbling it away! Peep through the holes and join Mouse in her search for a new home.
A Love my Little Story Book
An eager little bunny lies on the grass and opens his book, and within moments, the story hes reading comes alive in fascinating detail. As the bunny reads onlazing back against a tree rootAnita Jeram quietly ushers children inside the pages of a fanciful story. Exquisite watercolors capture a classic storybook world of enchanted forests, gentle lions, stomping giants, and sleeping princesses, offering just a glimpse of the any adventures waiting to be discovered through the magic of books.
You're a Hero Daley B!
A hilarious picture book about a rabbit with an identity crisis from the illustrator of The Gruffalo. Daley B is full of questions. He doesn't know what sort of animal he is, where he should live, what he should eat or why he has such big feet. He decides to live in a tree and eat acorns, but he still doesn't know why his feet are so big. Then, one day, there is panic in the woodland. The wicked weasel Jazzy D is on her way - and she eats rabbits! But Daley B is unperturbed - and when Jazzy D attacks, he finally finds a use for his big feet and kicks her. He also finds out what he is - a hero!
A Kiss Like This
A beautiful new novelty title from Mary Murphy that bursts at the seams with all kinds of kisses and cuddles from giraffes, mice, fish, bumble bees and ... even elephants!! It's a total love fest!A giraffe kiss is gentle and tall ... like this! *Mwaaaah!* Then there are kisses that are quick and small ... others are fizzy and bubbly... some are even long and tooty-tooty!
This is a beautifully illustrated and movingly written story about a blind mole who wonders what a sunset is like. Mole had never seen the sunrise. 'I'd love to see it', he said. When his good friends, Vole, Rabbit, Squirrel and Sparrow take him down to the lake to show him the sunrise, their vivid descriptions help him to see it in his mind and he is able to imagine the rising sun and experience its beauty for himself. This is a heart-warming tale about the shared experience of blind Mole and his friends.