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A lively, noisy, funny text that encourages very young children to walk and talk like the animals - including waddling like a penguin, stomping like a rhino and jiving and jiggling and jumping and wiggling to the monkey bop! Hugely entertaining with plenty of scope for interaction and play. On the accompanying CD, Doing the Animal Bop is narrated over a catchy calypso melody and punctuated with boisterous animal noises - it's pure, infectious fun!
Watching from the windows of their zebra-striped all-terrain bus, a group of happy children arrives at the wildlife park. They're joining in the catchy refrain that 'the wheels on the bus go round and round', encouraging readers to do exactly the same! As the bus drives the children all around the park, it's the animals who take centre-stage, allowing this much-loved rhyme to enter new territory, steered by Jan Ormerod's fresh and lively interpretation of the song. So, with the established rhythm of the song put in motion by the bus, children can join in as the 'antelopes spring so high in the air', 'the otters in the pool float paw in paw', and 'the llamas in the field go trot, trot, trot'. And, of course, there are actions inspired by the animals' antics, too. Lindsey Gardiner has created colourful collage illustrations bursting with expressive and energetic animals that children just won't be able to resist wanting to copy as they leap, splash, and roll over the pages! So it's a book for more than reading: it's a book for climbing aboard, singing along to, and joining in with ...all ...day ...long!
Poppy and Max set out for a river picnic, but the ants and nettles stop Poppy having fun. She wants to paddle, but Max doesn't want to get his feet wet. In the end, they both end up in the river and have a fantastic time splashing and getting wet. Max concludes that he is a dog who likes to get his feet wet after all!
"We want a pet! We want a pet!" chant the kids. "No! We will not let you have a pet. We are dead set against a pet!" say the parents. And so the battle lines are drawn -- can the kids convince the parents? As they lie in the grass watching bugs and beetles, watching little legs and eyes, watching ladybirds, spiders and flies, suddenly they realise these will be their pets!! Complete mayhem follows as the kids bring their gross, slimy, leggy, hairy 'pets' inside . . .
Poppy and Max don't always agree. Sometimes they even argue. But there's one thing they know for sure - they are the best of friends! Poppy thinks Max is eating too many muffins. Poppy says he must do some exercise, but Max is not so sure!
A warm and simple story about friendship and learning to share. Strong characters and bright illustrations make this an ideal first picture book. Meet Pinky and Blue, (both dogs). Pinky is small, pink and very noisy. Blue is big, blue and likes peace and quiet. The two dogs are the best of friends - most of the time! But when Pinky and Blue have an argument and Pinky leaves home, Blue discovers that sometimes peace and quiet isn't that much fun...
Poppy and Max don't always agree. Sometimes they even argue. But there's one thing they know for sure - they are the best of friends Poppy and Max are always having their own little adventures, though Poppy is usually a lot more up for them than Max. After all, he isn't a dog that does puppy-loving - or likes getting wet
"My Grandma's not the wrinkled kind; she's the special kind instead. She wears trainers with yellow laces and she laughs very loud. She remembers lots of things like milk carts and special songs. But some days, her remembering is not so good . . ." As time passes, this little girl grows up and her grandma grows older. Even if at times coming to terms with Grandma's not remembering is difficult, there are still some very special things Grandma does remember - like how to make mile-high apple pie. And when Grandma suddenly can't remember who Margaret is for sure, her granddaughter reassures her: "I am Margaret. I am your remembering."
Here comes a festival of brightly hued animals, and they all love to dance and sing Better yet, a music CD is enclosed with this book, so kids can dance and sing along with the animals. The big ostrich dances with feathers that bounce . . . the silly snake slithers with a hiss and a wriggle . . . the monkeys bop with a jump and a jiggle . . . and even the elephant dances with big stomping feet. This funny picture book with its music compact disc is for kids who love to dance--and if there are any boys and girls out there who "don't "like to dance, this book will change their minds. They can jump and jiggle, jive and wriggle. "Doing the Animal Bop " is certain to make them laugh and giggle. Big, extra bright illustrations on every page come with a humorous, rhyming text, and the enclosed CD provides the music
Poor little Dragon just can't get to sleep, no matter how hard he tries. Instead, what he'd really like to do is dance through the moonlight and play games in the starlit sky with the fairies . . . but will they let him? This book will be perfect at bedtimes for settling sleepyheads down for the night. Another beautifully written, velvety verse from James Mayhew with beautiful illustrations from Lindsey Gardiner who won the Richard and Judy prize with her Poppy and Max characters.
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