|A Book of Princesses by Sally Gardner(Reference #1858816440)|
The book for everyone who loves a princess.
| ||Jenny's Bear by Michael Ratrett and June Golding.(Reference #0099743701)|
Pretend bears are all very well, but Jenny wants a real bear to play with. Perhaps if she makes a cosy bear den in the shed, makes some tea and some special bear food and waits, she might get a visitor.
|Katie Morag and the Tiresome Ted by Marie Hedderwick.(Reference #mh)|
Katie's mother has just had a new baby and everyone is thrilled except for Katie. She is in a bad mood and cannot and will not get over it. One day she is so cross she kicks her friendly old one eyed teddy bear into the sea. What will happen next?
| ||Spot's Bedtime Storybook, by Eric Hill(Reference #0723244790)|
These ten little stories make perfect bedtime tales, as well as being just the right length for children who have begun to read for themselves.
|Ruff by Jane Hissey.(Reference #0099327813)|
Old Bear and the other toys find a loveable but neglected little dog who has no name, no home and worst of all he has never had a birthday!
| ||Hoot by Jane Hissey.(Reference #jh)|
When a funny thump and a whooo! wake little bear up in the middle of the night, he is frightened it might be a ghost. But the nursery's midnight visitor turns out to be a rather nice and very friendly surpirse.
|Dogger by Shirley Hughes.(Reference #009992790x)|
Dave has a soft brown toy called Dogger which he loves more than anything else. So when Dogger goes missing Dave won't rest until he is found, and just when everyone is giving up hope, fate takes a hand.
| ||Bear, by Mick Inkpen(Reference #inkpen1)|
Have you ever had a bear fall out of the sky right in front of you?
|Kipper, by Mick Inkpen, read by Dawn French.(Reference #kipper2)|
This pack contains a full colour 32-page paperback picture book and a story cassette ready by Dawn French with music and sound effects.
| ||Gumboots' Chocolatey Day by Nick Inkpen.(Reference #0333560744)|
|Threadbear by Nick Inkpen.(Reference #mi)|
There is one thing that has always been wrong with Threadbear. In his tummy is a sqeaker that has never squeaked.
| ||No Matter What by Debi Gliori.(Reference #gliori1)|
A gorgeous colourful picture book with a rhyming text. Small is worried that she might be so horrid that nobody could possibly love her. But Large reassures Small that No Matter What he will always love her. A reassuring book for children trying to work out the difference between mischief and real naughtiness.
|Spot's Noisy Walk by Eric Hill(Reference #0723245134)|
There's so much to see - and hear - when Spot goes for a walk. Press the buttons and hear all the fun.
| ||Kipper's Christmas Eve by Mick Inkpen(Reference #0340736933)|
On Christmas Eve the little fir tree that Kipper finds is not the only thing he brings home.
|The Three Wishes by Joanna Harrison(Reference #0001982699)|
Three wishes! said Lulu. Does that mean I can wish for anything I like? Anything! replied the fairy. So Lulu thought and thought. I Wish I were a fairy she said. A real fairy. And suddenly Lulu's wish came true...