Trusted by his owner to be a well-behaved dog while alone during the day, George finds it hard to resist the many temptations about the house, including the cake on the table, the cat, and the flower pot dirt.
Bark, George says George's mother, and George goes: Meow which definitely isn't right, because George is a dog. And so is his mother, who repeats, Bark, George. And George goes, Quack, quack. What's going on with George? Find out in this hilarious new picture book from Jules Feiffer.
Little Owl must be more careful when he is sleeping - uh-oh! He has fallen from his nest, & with a bump he lands on the ground. Where is his mummy? With the earnest assistance of his new friend Squirrel, Little Owl sets off in search of her, & meets a sequence of other animals.
A light-hearted book without words, designed to promote discussion and vocabulary building. A boy's kite is stuck up a tree and the boy the boy is up a ladder to get it. Can you guess what will happen next? Turn the acetate page and, 'oh no ', he's fallen off Some children are looking at a gorilla at the zoo. Have they noticed the monkey dangling some keys? Turn the page and 'oh no '.
Featuring beautiful images and a lyrical text with an exquisitely readable cadence, this book gives life and meaning to all the requisite elements of a treehouse, from time, timber, and rafters to ropes of twisted twine that invite visitors to sprawl out on a limb and slide back down again. For anyone who's ever wanted to escape real life and live in a nostalgic dream come true, this poignant picture book captures the universal timelessness of treehouses and celebrates all the creativity and adventure they spark.
A spunky little girl imagines how wonderful it would be to have a pet baby raptor with whom she could cuddle, stalk dust bunnies and play all kinds of games. By the best-selling creator of the Olympians series.