Latest Children Books
Note: Hold the world in your hands and come face to face with the many wonderful animals that inhabit our extraordinary Earth! This bright, colourful atlas is designed specifically to make the vast reaches of our planet tangible for a young audience. It features beautiful, detailed maps that children will love to pore over, discovering something new each time.
Note: Since his dad literally did a vanishing act (he's a magician!), Jay Patel has turned detective, and now, with the help of his ghostly grandad, he's on a new case - a murder in a fancy country hotel where the cause of death appears to be - soup! While Jay is surrounded by suspects, Grandad has his own informants - the ghosts haunting the hotel. But will they catch the killer before it's too ladle?
Note: A fun, entertaining and educational tale about discovery of portrait art, inspirational confidence building into drawing portraits and giving a true try with all your mighty power. I can draw you a portrait, and then you will see the curious rabbit staring at me! What is a portrait? And where do you get it? Come with me now! Youll never forget it! Will the rabbit have a go at drawing a portrait himself?
Note: Press the buttons in the sound panel to hear chattering chimps, trumpeting elephants, roaring lions and other zoo sounds. An interactive, bright and exciting book which will entertain babies over and over again.
Note: Originally published: U.S.: Random House Children's Books What's better than a purrmaid? A mermicorn! Coral, Angel and Shelly can't wait to work on their school project about creatures in the ocean. There are so many animals to choose from! How do you pick just one? Then Angel remembers something she read about in a book - a mermicorn! It's perfect - but are mermicorns real? Angel thinks so! And a student at the Science Center just might help her prove it!
Note: What do you do when you meet a ghost? One: Provide the ghost with some of its favourite snacks, like mud tarts and earwax truffles. Two: Tell your ghost bedtime stories (ghosts love to be read to). Three: Make sure no one mistakes your ghost for whipped cream or a marshmallow when you aren't looking! If you follow the essential tips in 'How to Make Friends With a Ghost', you'll learn how a ghost can be the perfect companion for the rest of your life and beyond!
Note: At head of cover title: Nickelodeon Every day is a dangerous day when you're Rocko the wallaby. When Rocko finds himself unemployed, he'll have to work a series of increasingly desperate odd jobs just to pay the bills. Don't miss out on these all-new adventures of Rocko, Spunky, Heffer and Filburt.
Note: Translated from the Russian Leningrad, 1939. When Shura and Tanya's parents and baby brother suddenly disappear, it's rumoured that they have been kidnapped by the mysterious Black Raven - and that their parents were spies. Tanya and Shura are determined to find their family - and so Shura decides to hand himself in to the Raven. Flagging down a KGB car, Shura is taken to the Grey House, where everyone is given a new name and a set of grey clothes, and everyone seems to forget their families and who they really are. Now Shura must do everything he can to cling on to his memories, and to escape.
Note: Originally published: U.S.: Random House Children's Books, 2017 Miss Harbor has a special project for her students. She wants the purrmaids to help her decorate the classroom. Angel, Coral, and Shelly can't wait to think of the perfect project for their decoration. And Angel is determined to make theirs the best! But what happens when another group of purrmaids - girls who call themselves 'The Catfish' start making even bigger and better projects?
Note: Jilly P. thinks she's figured out how life works. But when her sister, Emma, is born deaf, she realises how much she still has to learn. When Jilly makes a connection with Derek, who is an American Sign Language user, she has someone she can go to for help, but she doesn't always know the best way or time to ask for it. Jilly makes some mistakes, but comes to understand that it's up to her to figure out how to do better next time - especially when she wants to be there for Derek - and Emily - the most.