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Polar BearNever touch a polar bear!

by Rosie Greening

You must never touch a polar bear... unless it's in this book! This festive touch-and-feel book is perfect for young children. They will love reading the funny rhyme that warns of the dangers of touching the animals -- and then ignoring the advice! Innovative silicone touches feature throughout the book.

 

 

Otter B HonestHonest

by Pamela Kennedy

This is the first in a series of six children's books that are intended to teach young children basic biblical character traits. In this book, Otter breaks his father's watch while playing pirates with his friend. After trying to hide the broken watch from his father, he learns that honesty is best. Each book in the series ends with a rhyme that reinforces the book's theme: "Sometimes you will make mistakesYou hope no one will see.

 

 

Puppy DiaryThe great toy rescue

by Yvette Poshoglian

Archie is going to his first day of doggie daycare. He meets a whole gang of new friends and loves playing in the garden. But Archie's most favourite toy, Foxy goes missing! In fact, all his friends' toys have gone missing too! Can Archie help his puppy friends find the missing toys?

 

 

 

Prince of ponies
Prince of ponies

by Stacy Gregg

War destroyed their worlds, now two young girls and their remarkable horses are fighting once more - this time to win. When twelve-year-old Mira stumbles across a white stallion in a forest in Berlin, she doesn't realise that this horse will take her on an incredible journey. Together, they're going to ascend the starry heights of Grand Prix show jumping, and sweep back in time to Poland in 1939 where another young girl is risking everything to save the horse that she loves... Prince of Ponies is a story of courage and the will to win against all odds.

 

 

 

Beast of Buckingham PalaceThe beast of Buckingham Palace

by David Walliams

In an epic adventure of myth and legend, good and evil, ... one small boy must save the world ... It is 2120 and London is in ruins. The young Prince Alfred has never known a life outside Buckingham Palace - but when strange goings-on breach its walls and stalk the corridors in the dead of night, he is thrust into a world of mystery, adventure and monsters. And when his mother, the Queen, is dragged away to the Tower of London, Alfred must screw up his courage and battle to save her, himself... and the entire city!

 

 

 

Children's Non-Fiction
Room on the Broom: Cookbook

The room on the broom cookbook : 23 recipes from the witch's cauldron

by Julia Donaldson

The Room on the Broom Cookbook is jam-packed with spellbindingly delicious treats, healthy snacks and simple meals – all inspired by the bestselling picture book Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Make your own cheese wands, creepy crawly crackers, roasted dragon or even witch and chips. With twenty-three recipes specially designed for adults to use with children, easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions and lots of hints and tips on what to do next. 

 

Rebel DogsRebel dogs! : heroic tales of trusty hounds

by Kimberlie Hamilton

An engaging collection packed with over 30 real-life dogs, including film stars with fur, hounds that love to help, superstars of science and war heroes - these rebel dogs are the stars of their own stories. With incredible fur-raising facts on record-making dogs, marvellous mutts in literature, internet-sensation pups and much, much more, this beautiful book is perfect for pup fans of any age.

 

 

 

Updated 05/02/2020