Pan Macmillan Where the Forest ... R 250.00
Beautiful collage illustrations take the reader on an extraordinary visual journey to a primeval wilderness, which like so many others is now threatened. "My father says there has been a forest here for over a hundred million years," Jeannie Baker's young protagonist tells us, and we follow him on a visit to this tropical rain forest. We walk with him among the ancient trees as he pretends it is a time long ago, when animals that are now extinct or rare lived in the forest and aboriginal children played there. But for how much longer will the forest still be there, he wonders? 4 - 8 years 32 pages
Pan Macmillan Small In The City... R 195.00
It can be a little scary to be small in a big city, but this child has some good advice for a very special friend in need. 4 - 8 years 40 pages
Davies N A First Book Of A... R 175.00
Nicola Davies, the award-winning author of A First Book of Nature, presents a spellbinding treasury of poems about the animal world, illustrated in breathtaking detail by Petr Horacek. Polar bears playing on the ice, tigers hunting in the jungle, fireflies twinkling in the evening sky and nightingales singing in the heart of the woods - there are animals everywhere. From blue whales to bumblebee bats and everything in between, A First Book of Animals takes you all over the planet to visit all kinds of different creatures. This book is a glorious celebration of life in the wild in all its variety and splendour, and belongs on every child's bookshelf.
Pan Macmillan Where's Waldo? Do... R 175.00
Maybe you’re good at spotting Waldo. But can you spot the difference? Head to the museum, where even the sharpest eyes are seeing double.Waldo is wandering through the museum, where there are some devilishly difficult differences to decipher. Finding Waldo and his buddies is hard enough, but who can spot the minutiae that separate one Egyptian tablet from another? The dastardly details that make two maritime scenes unalike? The itty-bitty discrepancies between the vintage books and scrolls? With more than five hundred differences to be delineated, this spin on the art of spotting Waldo—now available in paperback—will have fans of all ages lining up to take a look. 5 - 9 years 32 pages
Pan Macmillan Guardians of Magic R 175.00
In Guardians of Magic the award-winning, 2015-2017 UK Children's Laureate Chris Riddell weaves together a stunningly illustrated magical quest in which three ordinary children, with extraordinary gifts, come together to defeat the enemies who threaten the mysterious cloud horses. This is the first title in The Cloud Horse Chronicles series. The Kingdom of Thrynne is a place where fairy tales don’t behave, and magic can be found in unexpected places. But magic brings danger to Zam, Phoebe and Bathsheba, because it is forbidden.Now, the future of magic itself is under threat from powerful enemies: those who fear it and, worse, those who want to use it for their own ends.What can three ordinary children do to protect it? 9 - 11 years 320 pages
Pan Macmillan The Wizard in my ... R 150.00
Merdyn the Wild is from the Dark Ages. He's the world's greatest Warlock (don't call him a wizard), banished to the 21st century for bad behaviour, and he's about to create a whole load of trouble for Rose, aged 12.Rose is a totally ordinary girl, on a mission to mend her broken family.Bubbles is Rose's guinea pig. He just poos a lot.When Rose bumps into Merdyn and discovers what he is, she quickly realises that he could be just what she needs. Rose agrees to help Merdyn navigate the confusing ways of the modern world (things like: the lidded bowl in the bathroom is NOT a sink, it's a TOILET, so definitely DON'T wash your face in it) if Merdyn gives her a spell to fix her family in return.Now they just need to hide him in the shed without Rose's mum noticing, track down Merdyn's magic staff and find a way to send Merdyn back through time to the Dark Ages. What could possibly go wrong...? 7 - 11 years
Christian Books The Big Book Of B... R 149.00
Are you looking for a fresh way to share well-known Bible stories? Or do you want to keep children busy without spending a fortune on art supplies? Then look no further than The Big Book of Bible Stories to Make.Using recyclable materials in the home such as egg cartons, paper plates and straws and including step-by-step instructions, the 48 DIY projects are a cost-effective and creative way to entertain children. Featuring well-loved stories from the Old and New Testament, children will practice their cutting, folding, pasting and painting skills. Activities include a planet mobile, Noah’s animal finger puppets, Daniel’s lions, Jonah’s whale, the wise mens’ gifts, and the shepherds’ lantern.Perfect for Sunday School teachers, homeschoolers or for a rainy day indoors, The Big Book of Bible Stories to Make is sure to provide an unforgettable way for 5 to 8-year-olds to make God’s word their own. Language: English Publisher: Christian Art Publishers Author: Fiona Hayes Format: Hardcover Audience: Kids Width: 191 Depth: 16 Length: 251 Pages: 80
Pan Macmillan The Squirell's Bu... R 145.00
Budding scientists will enjoy a gentle introduction to the seasons as squirrels scamper through the winter, spring, summer, and fall.It’s winter. It’s cold! The squirrels are digging up acorns to eat. But what will they eat in the spring, when the acorns are gone? As the bushy-tailed creatures weather snowstorms, thunderstorms, and hot summer days, this gentle story uses simple, clear language and beautiful illustrations to introduce very young readers to the seasons and the changing weather they bring. Basic questions at the end help children remember and expand on what they’ve learned, and back matter includes an index. 4 - 6 years 32 pages
Pan Macmillan The Great Big Wat... R 145.00
Introduce children to the wonder of the natural world with this fresh, bold, and bright nonfiction picture book! The perfect book for parents, teachers, and gift givers looking for: a book for kids about the water cycle a fun book about the water cycle for Kindergarten, first, second, or third grade students a great nature book for kids to be used for home school materials Follow the journey of water, from raindrops to rivers and then back to the clouds. Children have lots of questions about the world around them, and this adventure book helps them discover many amazing and wonderful scientific facts about nature. The illustrations are charming, and lively texts engage children and make this book a favorite to return to again and again. There are also Notes to Parents and Teachers at the end to encourage further exploration and learning. 5 - 8 years 32 pages
Pan Macmillan Little Frida R 145.00
One great artist inspires another, as former Children's Laureate and twice winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal Anthony Browne creates a beautiful story about Frida Kahlo. The artwork of Frida Kahlo inspires former Children's Laureate and twice winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal Anthony Browne in this beautiful and surreal picture book. Stunning illustrations tell the story of a lonely young girl who discovers the power of the imagination to set you free. A tribute to an iconic artist exploring themes of belonging, creativity and hope, this is an exquisite and touching picture book.
Rundell K Into The Jungle R 145.00
Into the Jungle is a modern classic in the making, as Katherine Rundell creates charming and compelling origin stories for all Kipling's best-known characters, from Baloo and Shere Khan to Kaa and Bagheera. As Mowgli travels through the Indian jungle, this brilliantly visual tale, which weaves each short story together into a wider whole, will make readers both laugh and cry. A gorgeously produced gift hardback with foiled cover, a ribbon marker and colour illustrations throughout by creative genius Kristjana S Williams, this is truly a book for all the family to treasure and share. Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book, first published by Macmillan in 1894, is one of the most enduring books of children's literature, delighting generations of children. Katherine Rundell has taken this as the basis of her new and enchanting tale, sharing the early years of favourite characters and informing the creatures they become in Kipling's classic, with stories about family and friendship, loyalty and jungle law, and a final battle which will decide the future of the forest.
Welch J Love & Gelato R 145.00
People go to Italy for love & gelato ... but sometimes they discover much more.The dying wish of 16-year-old Lina's mother was for her daughter to live in Tuscany and get to know her father, whom Lina has never met. "Howard is the best man I've ever known," her mother says, "he'll keep you safe." Why did her mother wait so long to tell her about him? Lina has a happy life in Seattle and doesn't want to leave. Shortly after she arrives at Howard's home, Lina meets Sonya, who gives Lina a diary that belonged to Lina's mother, the one she had kept while she was a photography student in Florence. While Lina is living her life and exploring Tuscany with her handsome neighbour, Ren, she follows in the footsteps of her mother and gets to know her as never before. She also finds out the truth about her father. Mostly she finds out about herself.
Bartok M The Wonderling - ... R 145.00
Mira Bartok tells the story of Arthur, a shy, fox-like foundling with only one ear and a desperate desire to belong, as he seeks his destiny. Have you been unexpectedly burdened by a recently orphaned or unclaimed creature? Worry not! We have just the solution for you! Welcome to the Home for Wayward and Misbegotten Creatures, an institution run by evil Miss Carbunkle, a cunning villainess who believes her terrified young charges exist only to serve and suffer. Part animal and part human, the groundlings toil in classroom and factory, forbidden to enjoy anything regular children have, most particularly singing and music. For the Wonderling, an innocent-hearted, one-eared, fox-like eleven-year-old with only a number rather than a proper name -- a 13 etched on a medallion around his neck -- it is the only home he has ever known. But unexpected courage leads him to acquire the loyalty of a young bird groundling named Trinket, who gives the Home's loneliest inhabitant two incredible gifts: a real name -- Arthur, like the good king in the old stories -- and a best friend. Using Trinket's ingenious invention, the pair escape over the wall and embark on an adventure that will take them out into the wider world and ultimately down the path of sweet Arthur's true destiny.
Bartok M The Wonderling - ... R 145.00
Mira Bartok tells the story of Arthur, a shy, fox-like foundling with only one ear and a desperate desire to belong, as he seeks his destiny.Have you been unexpectedly burdened by a recently orphaned or unclaimed creature? Worry not! We have just the solution for you!Welcome to the Home for Wayward and Misbegotten Creatures, an institution run by evil Miss Carbunkle, a cunning villainess who believes her terrified young charges exist only to serve and suffer. Part animal and part human, the groundlings toil in classroom and factory, forbidden to enjoy anything regular children have, most particularly singing and music. For the Wonderling, an innocent-hearted, one-eared, fox-like eleven-year-old with only a number rather than a proper name -- a 13 etched on a medallion around his neck -- it is the only home he has ever known.But unexpected courage leads him to acquire the loyalty of a young bird groundling named Trinket, who gives the Home's loneliest inhabitant two incredible gifts: a real name -- Arthur, like the good king in the old stories -- and a best friend. Using Trinket's ingenious invention, the pair escape over the wall and embark on an adventure that will take them out into the wider world and ultimately down the path of sweet Arthur's true destiny.
Walker Books Giraffe Problems HB R 125.00
Penguins aren't the only animal out there with problems, oh no...Praise for Penguin Problems: "A small philosophy manual for readers of all ages ... wonderfully original" ObserverFrom Jory John and Lane Smith, the winner of the 2017 Kate Greenaway Medal, comes a laugh-out-loud companion to the acclaimed Penguin Problems. Edward the giraffe can't understand why his neck is as long and bendy and ridiculous as it is. No other animal has a neck this absurd. He's tried disguising it, dressing it up, strategically hiding it behind bushes ... anything he can think of. But just when he's exhausted his neck-hiding options, a turtle ambles in and tries to help him understand that his neck has a purpose ... and looks excellent in a bow tie.
Pan Macmillan A Home in the Snow R 120.00
A beautifully illustrated rhyming story about friendship, with a cosy winter setting.It's a big day for Bramble. It's his birthday! The only trouble is, his woodland friends seem to have forgotten. It's beginning to look like poor Bramble will have to celebrate all alone... But perhaps there's a special surprise in store for him after all!Perfect for fans of Percy the Park Keeper and the Wind in the Willows, A Home in the Snow is just right for sharing together at Christmas time.A heartwarming story from award-winning author Peter Bently; with gorgeous, classic illustrations by Charles Fuge, the creator of the bestselling Little Wombat series.
Pan Macmillan The Wonderbird R 120.00
A breathtakingly beautiful gift picture book about togetherness, perfect for fans of The Fox and the Star.A flock of birds flew among the stars, twittering, chirruping, piping, hooting, all singing one wonderful song ...They sang to the Wonderbird, a million different voices all in harmony.But who IS the Wonderbird? wondered Piper.As the birds scatter to seek the mysterious Wonderbird, Piper travels to the edge of the Milky Way ... and, lost and alone, discovers the answer to his question.David Lucas's stunning picture book reminds us that there is nothing more powerful than togetherness. This sumptuous hardback cover edition includes sparkling holographic foil detail. Baby - 5 years 32 pages
Pan Macmillan Kids Fight Plastic R 120.00
Kids can become ocean-saving superheroes with these plastic-fighting missions from best-selling author and environmental champion Martin Dorey.Every kid can be a superhero, fighting plastic waste at home, at school, and in their community. This engaging guide is chockfull of facts, vibrant art, graphics, and #2minutesuperhero missions—practical ways to take action now. Some ideas may spring to mind right away, such as picking up trash. Others are surprising, such as learning to cook with fresh ingredients or mending clothes. Readers will learn not only how to combat plastic waste head-on, but how to advocate for a cleaner world, beginning at home. Anti-plastic campaigner Martin Dorey brings both extensive experience and boundless enthusiasm to this essential book for young people who want to create a better world. 7 - 10 years 128 pages
Pan Macmillan What I Like Most R 120.00
What I like most in the world is my window. This morning, through my window, I see the postman at the red gate. . . .A little girl observes, one by one, things that give her pleasure — the apricot jam on her toast, the light-up shoes that make her feet bounce, the sparkling river, the pencil whose color comes out like a ribbon. But even after the jar becomes empty, and the shoes grow too small, and the pencil is all used up, one thing will never change. In a tenderly imagined story, Mary Murphy celebrates the intimacy of the bond between mother and child, while Zhu Cheng-Liang’s wonderfully inviting artwork brings the day-to-day details to life. 3 - 7 years 32 pages
Pan Macmillan Red and Lulu R 120.00
Separation and miles cannot keep a determined cardinal from his loved one in an ode to serendipity and belief that is destined to be a Christmas classic.Red and Lulu make their nest in a particularly beautiful evergreen tree. It shades them in the hot months and keeps them cozy in the cold months, and once a year the people who live nearby string lights on their tree and sing a special song: O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree. But one day, something unthinkable happens, and Red and Lulu are separated. It will take a miracle for them to find each other again. Luckily, it’s just the season for miracles. . . . From Matt Tavares comes a heart-tugging story combining the cheer of Christmas, the magic of New York City, and the real meaning of the holiday season: how important it is to be surrounded by love. 2 - 7 years 40 pages
Pan Macmillan No Bears R 120.00
Ella is in charge of this book, and she will tell you something right now. There are NO BEARS in it. Not even one.Ella wants to tell you a story — a story with absolutely no bears. You don't need bears for a book. You need pretty things like fairies and princesses and castles and maybe funny things and exciting things. In Ella's kind of story, there are no bears in the village or the castle or the deep dark forest or faraway lands. But there might be . . . a monster! Riffing on well-known fairy-tale themes, this fun, offbeat story is perfectly matched by playful illustrations with a running visual joke that will keep even bear lovers smiling. 3 - 7 years 32 pages
Pan Macmillan Tropical Terry R 120.00
From author-illustrator Jarvis comes a buoyant underwater tale about a little blue fish who learns that being dazzling isn’t what makes you special.Coral Reef City is home to the most brilliant tropical fish in the ocean. Sparkling and multicolored, they swim around and around, showing off. And then there’s Terry. Small, blue, and ordinary, Terry spends his days playing hiding games with his friends and wishing the tropical fish would play with him, too. So with the help of his friends, Terry fashions a flashy, dazzling costume and transforms into Tropical Terry. But life as the center of attention isn’t quite everything Terry dreamed it would be — especially once Eddie the Eel shows up, hungry for dinner. In a bright, cheerful story, Jarvisuses his vibrant art and heartwarming wit to prove that sometimes the things you thought made you unremarkable are actually the most special qualities of all. 2 - 5 years 32 pages
Pan Macmillan Unicorn Magic: Sp... R 120.00
A secret world full of magic, unicorns and friendship! The brand-new series from the bestselling Daisy Meadows, author of RAINBOW MAGIC and MAGIC ANIMAL FRIENDS, and the most-borrowed author in UK libraries.It's holiday time in Enchanted Valley! Best friends Emily and Aisha are delighted when they're whisked away for a magical trip to Holiday Island with Sparklebeam the Holiday Unicorn. But when the evil unicorn Selena steals Sparklebeam's lockets, everything starts to go wrong: the ocean's waves are too high, the beach turns to quicksand and even the island's beautiful sunsets are ruined. Can Emily, Aisha and Sparklebeam help put things right, and give everyone a wonderful holiday. 5 years and up 176 pages
Pan Macmillan Looking After Daddy R 120.00
Jump inside the imagination of one unforgettable little girl who likes to pretend she's babysitting her daddy, when really he's looking after her! Children will adore following along as she turns the tables on her dad William, but always sees his potential. When he grows up he could be an astronaut or a lion tamer or a famous chocolate maker, but his most important job is being her Dad. (And possibly being an astronaut, if she can come too.) This uplifting tale of a stay-at-home father and his daughter is guaranteed to melt your heart. 2 - 6 years
Pan Macmillan The Iron Man R 120.00
Celebrating 50 years of Ted Hughes' classic tale, Laura Carlin's award-winning illustrations are now available in an elegant, gifty paperback. Celebrating 50 years of The Iron Man. Part modern fairy tale, part science-fiction myth, The Iron Man describes the unexpected arrival in England of a mysterious giant metal man who wreaks havoc on the countryside by attacking the neighbouring farms and eating all their machinery. A young boy called Hogarth befriends him and Hogarth and the extraordinary being end up defending and saving the earth when it is attacked by a fearsome space-bat-angel-dragon from outer space. Ted Hughes' classic tale, with its message of peace and hope, is known and loved all over the UK and is part of an exciting collaboration between Walker Books and Faber and Faber. This beautiful paperback is a special 50th anniversary edition.
Pan Macmillan Flying Rabbits, S... R 120.00 R 195.00
Molly loves to listen to her dad's bedtime stories. Once upon a time, he says, everyone was green, squirrels sang in choirs, tiny people lived in Aunt Elsie's pot plant and of course, rabbits could fly . . . but can all this really be true? Molly thinks her dad's just being silly as usual, but no-one's bedtime stories are as good as his. So cuddle up on the sofa and pick one of these fourteen fantastically funny stories to read together before bed. Which one will be your favourite?Melanie von Bismarck's brilliant collection of short stories is cleverly translated from the German by David Henry Wilson, author of the Jeremy James series, and is brought to life by the warm, witty and richly detailed pictures by Axel Scheffler, illustrator of The Gruffalo.With a jacket, extra-thick paper, and a special ribbon to mark your place in the book, Flying Rabbits, Singing Squirrels and Other Bedtime Stories makes a great present – truly a gift book to treasure
Cousins L Little Fish & Mummy R 120.00
Hello! I am Little Fish, swimming in the sea.I love my mummy very much, and Mummy Fish loves me.Join Little Fish and Mummy for a special day together! This heart-warming story follows Little Fish and Mummy on a rhyming adventure under the sea: swimming, blowing big bubbles and saying hello to all their fishy friends. Little ones will love this sturdy fish-shaped book thats all about the special bond between a mother and child.
Christian Books My First Book Of ... R 100.00
This first book of prayers for children teaches little ones the principles of sharing their life with God. The first step is knowing that God is their heavenly Father who loves them and wants to know them. The simple, beautifully illustrated prayers will help children to come to God and thank and praise Him, to say they are sorry and to ask Him for His help. In so doing, they will be reminded of His love for them and the blessings He sends them every day. My First Book of Prayers contains a variety of prayers for different situations and on different topics, and is ideal for beginners aged 3 and up. Language: English Publisher: Struik Christian Media Author: Sally Ann Wright Format: Hardcover Audience: Kids Width: 160 Depth: 9 Length: 190 Pages: 48
Davies N Hummingbird R 100.00
Tz'unun! Tz'unun! A buzz of wings, a flash of color . . . There’s a very special visitor in Granny’s garden. It’s a hummingbird! And it’s just about to begin its long migration, heading north to its nesting ground. Watch as it spreads joy to all who encounter it along its two-thousand-mile trek. In an engaging text sprinkled with facts, zoologist Nicola Davies introduces readers to this valiant bird, lighter than a nickel, while Jane Ray’s lush, intricate illustrations, accented in gold Pantone, highlight its jewel-like beauty. More details about hummingbirds, along with a bibliography and an index, are available at the end to budding ornithologists.
Christian Books Bible Infographic... R 99.00
Prepare (if you can) to solve perplexing puzzles, masterfully crafted mazes, translate Bible verses into emojis, muster up ad-libs, craft new creations, doodle, write, search, find, experiment, plus a lot more!EXPERIENCE Bible Infographics!Prepare (if you can) to solve perplexing puzzles, masterfully crafted mazes, translate Bible verses into emojis, muster up ad-libs, craft new creations, doodle, write, search, find, experiment, plus a lot more!“More?!,” you ask, in understandable shock. Well, we didn’t want to crazily un-craze the craze-mazing content contained between covers. (Seriously…spoilers!)Learning and fun in one! It doesn’t matter where you start. An incredible experience—where the Bible comes to life in a whole new way—is waiting! Language: English Publisher: Harvest House Publishers Format: ITPE Audience: Kids Width: 177 Length: 228 Pages: 144
Pan Macmillan His Royal Tinyness R 95.00
When an older sibling with a flair for the dramatic shares her kingdom with a baby tyrant, can there be a happily ever after?Once upon a time there was a happy family: A mom, a dad, a gerbil, and the most beautifulest, cleverest, ever so kindest Princess. . . .On one horrible day, a new ruler is born into a young princess’s family — a ruler she dubs His Royal Highness, King Baby. This small interloper is so smelly. He is so noisy. And allthe talk in the Land is about him (“Such a nice burp!” “Oh, what a lovely poo-poo!”), nonstop, ALL THE TIME! Has there everbeen such an era of wicked rule? With whimsy and sympathy, Sally Lloyd-Jones tells a satisfying tale of usurped attention — and rapprochement — that every big brother or sister will relate to, while illustrator David Roberts captures all the hilarious details of a child’s active imagination. 4 - 8 years 48 pages
Pan Macmillan How the Sun got t... R 95.00
Follow the journey of the sun across the world from a whale’s eye to a little girl’s window in Bob Graham’s tender, transcendent story.While Coco sleeps far away, the sun creeps over a hill and skids across the water, touching a fisherman’s cap. It heads out over frozen forests, making shadows in a child’s footprints, and balances on an airplane’s wing for a little boy to see. The sun crosses cities and countrysides, wakes furry creatures, makes a desert rainbow, and barges into Coco’s room to follow her through a day of play. With an eye for capturing small moments of shared experience, Bob Graham illuminates the natural wonder that comes with every new day. 4 - 6 years 40 pages
Pan Macmillan Mindfulness Puzzl... R 95.00
Keep calm and puzzle on! A collection of over 100 fun puzzles to keep kids busy, entertained and relaxed.Got bored kids stuck at home? This fun and challenging puzzle collection is just what they'll need to stay calm and content - and off their computer screens! Puzzles are a great way for kids to relax and unwind, especially in stressful times. This collection contains a great variety of puzzles including stress-busting sudokus, crosswords, word searches, word wheels, mazes, dot to dots, spot the difference and brainteasers, as well as helpful mindfulness tips for keeping calm. Perfect for travel and school holidays, too. 7 - 10 years
Pan Macmillan Flying Lemurs R 95.00
A funny, reassuring story about overcoming fears and discovering hidden talents.Everyone in the lemur family is good at jumping - even Grandma, whose speciality is being shot from a cannon. Everyone, that is, except the littlest lemur. He just can't do it, no matter how hard he tries. But there are so many jumps to choose from, surely he will manage one, and be able to take his rightful place on stage with the rest of the troupe?Flying Lemurs is a charming, comic story for would-be acrobats everywhere. Colourful, bold, and bursting with energy, this is visual storytelling at its best from the talented author/illustrator Zehra Hicks. You'll be rooting for the little lemur from the start as he gradually overcomes his fears and finds his true calling in style. 2 - 5 years 32 pages
Pan Macmillan One Fox R 95.00
One hungry fox with two sly eyes is on the prowl . . . three plump hens had better watch out! Rich and colorful illustrations plunge the reader into a dramatic and exciting story set in a moonlit farmyard.With something different to count on each page, this gripping tale introduces page-turning tension to young readers in an age-appropriate way. Great for early education and read alouds, this fun numbers introduction has a hugely satisfying ending that’s sure to delight! 2 - 5 years 36 pages
Pan Macmillan Thank You, Mr Panda R 95.00
Mr Panda is happy to help his friends prepare for a special surprise - IF they remember to say thank you!Mr Panda and friends are back for a third hilarious story about the importance of good manners!
Pan Macmillan I'll Wait, Mister... R 95.00
Mr. Panda shows that good things come to those who wait!Mr. Panda from Steve Antony's bestselling, funny manners book Please, Mr. Panda is back!This time, Mr. Panda's black-and-white animal friends are curious what he's making, but only one has the patience to stick around. An alpaca, an aardvark, rabbits, and a bird all wind up missing out. It's the penguin who declares, "I'll wait, Mr. Panda." The penguin is rewarded with a big SURPRISE: a giant doughnut!I'll Wait, Mr. Panda is a graphic, kid-friendly way of teaching the value of patience and the importance of saying "thank you."
Pan Macmillan Please Mr Panda R 95.00
What is the proper way to ask Mr. Panda for doughnuts?Patiently and politely, Mr. Panda asks the animals he comes across if they would like a doughnut. A penguin, a skunk, and a whale all say yes, but they do not remember to say "please" and "thank you." Is anyone worthy of Mr. Panda's doughnuts?Steve Antony has captured a cute panda, delightful animals hungry for doughnuts, and a manners lesson. With the black-and-white animals, plain backgrounds, and brightly colored doughnuts, Antony's art is bold, striking, and engaging.
Kuipers A Life On The Refri... R 95.00
Claire and her mother are running out of time, but they don't know it. Not yet. Claire is wrapped up with the difficulties of her bourgeoning adulthood—boys, school, friends, identity; Claire's mother, a single mom, is rushed off her feet both at work and at home. They rarely find themselves in the same room at the same time, and it often seems that the only thing they can count on are notes to each other on the refrigerator door. When home is threatened by a crisis, their relationship experiences a momentous change. Forced to reevaluate the delicate balance between their personal lives and their bond as mother and daughter, Claire and her mother find new love and devotion for one another deeper than anything they had ever imagined.
Walker Books The Cat Book PB R 95.00
The Cat BookBy Silvia BorandoI am a minibombo book: a little book buzzing with a big idea.If you have always wanted a pet, but your parents have never let you … this is the book for you. Because, inside the pages of this book, your new cat awaits. Isn’t he sweet? Just look at him twitch his tiny nose! As a pet-owner, it’s your job to wake him up (call out his name), softly stroke his back (with your finger) and shelter him from the rain (your hand makes a great umbrella!). It’s quite hard work – phew! – but it’s so much fun. From minibombo, the creators of The White Book and Black Cat, White Cat comes a playful picture book that cleverly encourages you to interact with the physicality of the page itself, and a book that will, with the help of your imagination, bring a purr-y, fluffy cat to life. Miaow! Check out www.minibombo.com to find plenty of fun ideas for playing and creating inspired by this book!Categories: Picture BooksFor readers aged: 3+
Pan Macmillan READY STEADY MO! R 95.00
From Olympic gold medal winner Mo Farah and bestselling author of Oi Frog!, Kes Gray, comes a fun and action-packed picture book that will get kids reading, and running too!So, what are you waiting for? Warm up, do the MOBOT, and then ...Run on the pavementRun on the grassRun in the playgroundPerhaps not in class!Follow Mo on his madcap adventures as his running skills go from strength to strength.The perfect book to share and read aloud. With vibrant illustrations and a rhyming text.The nation watched with bated breath as Mo Farah seized Olympic gold in the 10,000m and 5000m - he's been a national treasure ever since. In this adventurous picture book father of three, Mo Farah, combines two lifelong passions - literacy and exercise.
Walker Books HUG PB R 95.00
Celebrate 20 years of Bobo and his friends in this special anniversary edition of the much-loved family favourite!Ever feel like you need a hug? A really big hug from someone who loves you? That's how Bobo, the little chimp in this classic first story book, feels. Walking through the jungle he passes lots of creatures enjoying a cuddle together: elephants, chameleons, lions, giraffes, hippos - even the snakes have got someone special to squeeze. But poor Bobo is alone. Will he ever find the hug he needs? Using only three words throughout the book, this simple, endearing story is told through Jez Alborough's gorgeous, detailed artwork.
Christian Books Thank You, God (H... R 89.90
We often take God’s blessings in our lives for granted. With this beautifully illustrated book of prayer, you can encourage children to recognize these blessings and express their gratitude to God. Thank You, God highlights all the many things we have to be grateful for: life, love, stories, family, food, homes, and more. With its elegant yet accessible text and vibrant illustrations, this book captures the wonder of Creation and encourages readers to view the world with fresh eyes. Language: English Publisher: Christian Art Publishers Author: J. Bradley Wigger Format: Hardcover Audience: Kids Width: 209 Depth: 7 Length: 261 Pages: 28
Pan Macmillan I'm Afraid Your T... R 80.00 R 95.00
What do toys do when their owners' backs are turned? Mischief--and a bit of wish fulfillment--are in play when a ringleader teddy bear throws a very memorable party.
Priddy Books Wipe Clean Leanin... R 79.99
• Ideal for ages 4 and up. • Designed to teach spelling in a fun and absorbing style. • Wipe-clean pages and nontoxic pen - wipe away with a cloth and start again. • Great for preparing kids for school. Warning: Choking Hazard - Small parts. Not intended for children under 3 yrs.
Priddy Books Wipe Clean Workbo... R 79.99
A Wipe Clean Learning Book from Roger Priddy, the Wipe Clean Workbook Uppercase Alphabet introduces toddlers to ways of learning their ABC’s.Featuring twenty-six pages―one for each letter of the alphabet―full of reading exercises and writing activities, this interactive workbook will help children aged 3 and over prepare for school.This series makes early learning fun for preschool-age children. The exercises inside encourage the development of many first skills such as writing, counting, color recognition, and drawing.There’s a great little carry handle too so kids can take their favorite book with them wherever they go.
Priddy Books Wipe Clean Workbo... R 79.99
A Wipe Clean Learning Book from Roger Priddy, the Wipe Clean Workbook Telling the Time introduces toddlers to ways of learning their times.This series makes early learning fun for preschool-age children. The exercises inside encourage the development of many first skills such as writing, counting, color recognition, and drawing.There’s a great little carry handle too so kids can take their favorite book with them wherever they go
Knapp K Ruby Red Shoes: A... R 75.00
Ruby Red Shoes is a white hare who lives in a prettily painted caravan with her grandmother. Ruby is gentle, cheerful and enchanting. She is a very aware hare and loves animals and people, trees and nature, flowers and sunshine – not forgetting red shoes . . . She also loves to travel! But home is where her heart lies and she loves nothing better than tending to her chickens, drinking peppermint tea and eating strawberry jam.Ruby Red Shoes: A Very Aware Hare is a charming, heartwarming tale about a hare who treats everyone's feelings with great care, featuring gorgeous full-colour illustrations. This is the first installment in Kate Knapp's Ruby Red Shoes series – follow Ruby on her next adventure in Ruby Red Shoes Goes to Paris.
Pan Macmillan Handa's Noisy Night R 75.00
A cast of nocturnal creatures are the surprise stars in a funny tale about nighttime fears, set in southwest Kenya. The latest tale in the best-selling Handa series.When Handa sleeps over at her friend Akeyo’s house, she hears lots of strange sounds in the night: snorts, chattering, rattling, squeaks, slurps, wails, a big thud. Akeyo says it’s just her family, laughing, talking, playing music, riding a bike, drinking their bedtime milk. Or maybe the baby crying. Or a door slamming. But is she right? Young readers will be happy to be in on the joke as a sequence of animals pay a visit on the facing pages: a pig, fox, porcupine, bat, pangolin, bush baby, owl, and woodpecker. Illustrated in luminous colors, Eileen Brown’s humorous take on things that go bump in the night includes endpapers picturing and naming all the nocturnal creatures. 3 - 7 years 32 pages
Pan Macmillan The Misadventures... R 75.00
The Sunday Times Children's Book of the Year. Children's Book of the Week in both the Times and Guardian.The Misadventures of Frederick is a funny, joyful story about friendship and the delights of outdoor adventures (even for the accident-prone) – wonderfully written by the talented Ben Manley and beautifully illustrated by Emma Chichester Clark, creator of Plumdogand Blue Kangaroo.In a mansion surrounded by lakes and forests, Frederick is bored. He leads a very sheltered life: and when Emily invites him to play outside he has no choice but to refuse – what if he hurts himself? Much better to stay safely indoors. But Emily is not one to take no for an answer . . .A series of brilliantly funny and evocative letters between Frederick and Emily tell this unique story which weaves together the colourful, adventurous world of Emily with Frederick's drab life of boredom and safety. 5 - 7 years 37 pages