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I love you, Funny Bunny

by Sean Julian

An illustrated, rhyming celebration of the love between a parent and child. Together, parents and children will giggle their way through I Love You, Funny Bunny as they discover the fun and loving parts of their own relationship. 


aprilCFscallywagPrincess Scallywag and the no-good pirates

by Mark Sperring

Princess Scallywag and the Queen are back in a brand new rollicking adventure, taking on no-good pirates on the high seas in their hilarious, take-no-prisoners style! Everybody's favourite Queen and not-so-princessy Princess are setting sail on the royal yacht today, but beware... stinky, sweaty, no-good PIRATES are on the horizon... Yo Ho me hearties! Whatever are a Queen, and a Princess, to do?  



by Steve Barlow

Take on the role of the Monster Hunter in this fully interactive, flick-through-the pages, choose-your-own-destiny adventure story.





aprilCFgrannyGreat granny

by Ann Bryant


Jake's great granny is quite a person. She has many stories of her exploits during the second World War and is going to give a talk at Jake's school. Can she convince Jake's friend Ryan, that nothing about her or her stories will be boring? 



aprilCFintothegameInto the game (Woodsword chronicles # 1.)

by Nick Eliopulos

Five young Minecraft players in the real world find themselves transported inside the game they love. But now it’s not a game–and they will have to use everything they know to explore, build, and survive! This illustrated series will thrill and engage fans of Minecraft and action-packed fantasy stories alike.





APRILcnfWHOBELIEVESWHATWho believes what? : exploring the world's major religions

by Anna Wills

Introduces young readers to the five major religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, in a simple, visually engaging book that combines a search-and-find aspect with thoroughly researched information about the histories, places of worship, festivals and celebrations, gods, and religious leaders and more of each major religion. Each religion is introduced in a double-page spread that explores the people, places, rituals and objects associated with it. On the next spread, images from the illustration are pulled out and more detailed information is provided. 


APRIlCNFDINOSAURSDinosaurs : a children's encyclopedia

by Darren Naish

A catalogue of facts and photos and a visual celebration of the history of all life on Earth, with a special focus on dinosaurs. More than 100 dinosaur species are featured, many with illustrations that reflect the very latest research into what these prehistoric creatures looked like. Includes information on the recent discoveries of feathered dinosaurs.



by David Burnie

The first nature book about flowers for children, this is the perfect companion for young minds eager to learn about the world of flowering plants. Children are encouraged to investigate and record all the wildflowers they find and get hands on with the fun activities, from pressing petals to preserving them to making a mini desert filled with cacti. With a mix of fantastic photographs and beautiful illustrations, Flowers takes you through everything you need to know about these beautiful blooms. 



Updated 08/04/2019