Circle by Jon Klassen and Mac Barnett

£12.99

From the dynamic, dream team of Jon Klassen and Mac Barnett comes the final instalment in the hilarious shape trilogy. Triangle and Square are visiting Circle, who lives at the waterfall. When they play hide-and-seek, Circle tells the friends the one rule: not to go behind the falling water.

But after she closes her eyes to count to ten, of course that's exactly where Triangle goes. Will Circle find Triangle? And what OTHER shapes might be lurking back there? Sparks the imagination, allows chat about hidden worries, and ultimately has style and humour.
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A Little Bit Brave by Nicola Kinnear

£6.99

Logan is a stay-at-home bunny - but he's about to discover how brave he really is. It's time for his first adventure, and he doesn't want to go. But there's an amazing world outside, if he can just pluck up courage to look .

 A LITTLE BIT BRAVE is a funny, reassuring picture book which shows that we're all a lot braver than we think. It's a good story with enough message to reassure the timid amongst us. 
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The Book Without A Story by Carolina Rabei (Paperback)

£6.99

A celebration of libraries, books and the joy of sharing stories, perfect for sharing before bedtime. When the library closes, and the last librarian has gone home to bed . . the books come alive and tell stories of their adventures, and their readers. But Dusty the book has never been borrowed and dreams of finding someone to share his story with ….Carolina Rabei's gorgeous artwork brings this magical story to life for children aged 3 years and up.

This is a lovely concept, in 'Toy Story' tradition of the books coming to life and talking about us instead. 

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The Boy: His Stories and How they Came to Be, by Oliver Jeffers

£25.00

A spectacular collection of four much-loved modern classics from the multi award-winning, internationally best-selling picture book creator, Oliver Jeffers, along with a captivating behind-the-scenes look at the making of each in four fascinating sketchbook sections. Oliver Jeffers is originally from NI, although now based in New York.

Contains the following stories: How to Catch a Star, Lost and Found, The Way Back Home, & Up and Down. Also within the pages of this exquisite collection is a special letter from Oliver Jeffers and more than 100 wonderfully distinctive sketches, notes and ideas, carefully chosen from his archives and revealed here for the first time. A real collectible edition.

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Pip and Posy : The Christmas Tree ( hardback)

£8.99

Axel Scheffler’s illustrations are fantastic, but these Pip and Posy stories always have a humourous touch and a great message. Highly recommended for your preschoolers. 

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Grandpa Christmas by Michael Morpurgo

£9.99

From renowned children’s author Michael  Morpurgo. This is a wonderfully illustrated, heartfelt book about a grandfather’s message to his granddaughter, explaining that we need to look after the Earth that we live on. 

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Dinosaurs Go Christmas Shopping, by Timothy Knapman

£6.99

Belfast has gone Dinosaur crazy since Dippy came to town. This is a proper little boys story about a group of unruly dinosaurs threatening to ruin Christmas until one little boy decides to take charge !

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Press Here, by Herve Tullet

£11.99

Press Here is an award winning invitation to press the yellow  button on the cover and start a fun and interactive story with colour and movement. Guaranteed to delight preschool children.

It works on a very simple premise but somehow never disappoints!

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Bedtime ( Little Baby Books)

£5.99

This is part of a series by Bloomsbury : 4 Little Baby Books 

Bedtime 

Everyday

Bathtime

Outdoors

They are ideal for introducing books to your baby - baby’s vision responds well to black and white, each image is of a simple everyday item or action.

 

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Tickle My Ears, by Jörg Mühle

£6.99

First published inNew Zealand this has been a hit here because of its lovely illustrations, an interactive approach to the reading and a perfect ‘getting ready for bed’ theme.

 

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What Makes Me a Me?, by Ben Faulks

£6.99

Ben Faulks is best known as Mr Bloom from CBeebies. This charming book celebrates how different we all are in a humorous and inquisitive way.

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Along Came A Different, by Tom McLaughlin

£6.99

Light hearted take on ‘being different’ using colours. Funny and yet the message is clear. 

Paperback from Feb 2019 priced at £6.99

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On the Farm, by Axel Sheffler ( board book)

£5.99

From the illustrator of The Gruffalo and other Julia Donaldson books, this is a charming board book with rhyming text, moveable parts and engaging illustrations on every page.

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