Get ready for lift-off with this fantastic collection of 10 out of this world story books.
- 10 Book Pack
- 32 pages ea
- Age 3-5
Books in pack:
I Like Books - Anthony Browne
Who better than Anthony Browne and one of his most personable chimps to celebrate all the fun to be found in the world of books?
Do you like books? Funny books or fairy tales? Scary books or song books? Books about dinosaurs or pirates or ABCs? This simple, inviting ode to the pleasures of reading stars an obliging chimp sampling books of all sizes and shapes, vividly and humorously rendered in Anthony Browne's crisp, polished style.
For All The Stars Across the Sky - Karl Newson
For all the stars across the sky, big and little and bright. Here’s a wish from me to you, before we say goodnight…
Every evening, when the sun is fading, Luna and her mother play a game. They close their eyes, make a wish, and imagine themselves on the most incredible of adventures – swimming with the sound of whale song, flying like birds, and gazing over the tallest treetops... Glowing with lyricism, intimacy and love, this beautiful bedtime story celebrates the bond between parent and child, and is brought majestically to life by illustrator Chiaki Okada.
On The Night Of The Shooting Star - Amy Hest
A charming picture book about loneliness and making friends from a bestselling author and illustrator.
Bunny and Dog live on opposite sides of the fence. No one says hello. Or hi. But on the night of the shooting star, two doors open... From bestselling author Amy Hest and illustrator Jenni Desmond comes a charming picture book about loneliness and making friends.
Here Come The Aliens! - Colin McNaughton
Explore planet Earth and all its secrets in rhyme. "They come from planets near and far – Some big, some small, some quite bizarre." Moving at the speed of light and looking for a fight, the aliens are back – but this time they're coming to Earth to conquer the human race! With his zany rhymes and side-splitting illustrations, the creator of Captain Abdul knows how to keep kids in stitches – especially when they peer into a mirror board and discover that Earth has a surprising secret weapon.
Ella's Night Lights - Lucy Fleming
If you look very carefully at the night sky, you might spot a teeny-tiny sparkle out of the corner of your eye, a whisper of a tinkling trail… That’s Ella.
Ella has always dreamed of seeing the sunrise. But with her delicate gossamer wings, she can only come out at night. So, when the moon is high, she collects as many shimmering beams of light she can find – a twinkle from a star, the glow from a lamp post. With her light, she guides lost and lonely animals and finds friendship in Fox and Owl. And, together, Ella’s animal friends know just how to return her kindness... A gentle, tender storybook about friendship and the power of kindness.
Bringing Down The Moon - Jonathan Emmett
Meet the little mole who thinks a lot and join him on his quest to bring down the moon.
"Hot-diggerty! Whatever's that?" exclaims Mole as he burrows out of the ground one night and catches sight of the moon. He thinks it's the most beautiful thing he's ever seen and he wants it, so he sets about trying to pull it down - to no avail. When all his efforts prove to be in vain, he suddenly notices the moon's in a puddle at his feet and reaches to pick it up and breaks it. Poor Mole is inconsolable, until he is shown that the moon is not broken at all, but just as beautiful as ever, hanging in the sky like a bright silver coin. And it's not as near as it looks!
How To Be On The Moon - Vivianne Schwarz
In the sequel to the bestselling How to Find Gold, best friends Anna and Crocodile are going on another intrepid adventure – this time, to the moon! But soaring into the space is no simple task. To start with, it’s very far away. Then there’s the not-so-simple matter of building a rocket. And there are the sandwiches to make for the journey. But when Anna and Crocodile set their sights on something, nothing can stand in their way... Bursting with sharp, funny dialogue and illuminated by Viviane’s out-of-this-world illustrations, this is a story that celebrates irrepressible curiosity and the magic of imaginative play.
Bye-Bye Baby Brother! - Sheena Dempsey
Ruby loves nothing more than playing, especially with Mum. But Mum is always so busy with Oliver, Ruby's little baby brother, and Ruby is tired of waiting. She's already looked at TONS of books, painted SO MANY pictures and she's even dressed her dog Rory in a very fetching stripy jumper. Babies are so boring. Ruby stomps out into the garden and there she begins to wonder ... what if she could magic Oliver away? With the perfect blend of knowing observations and truly funny art, Sheena Dempsey's very first picture book perfectly captures the anxieties and frustration of having a new sibling.
The Came From Planet Zabaloolo! - Sean Taylor
We are friends on epic adventure to Planet Earth! We got space ship! YEAHHH! Look – it's got steering wheel, space biscuits and party area. OOH LA LA!
From the author of Hoot Owl, Master of Disguise and the team behind Don’t Call Me Choochie Pooh! comes a wildly inventive, contemporary picture book comedy about aliens. Boron, Bazoo and Zob are three extra-terrestrials on a mission. They’re going to take something brilliant from Earth and bring it back to their home planet, Zabalooloo. Something like … an enormous elephant! But this goofy, giddy trio are simply too overexcited – they’re never going to catch anything if they keep wiggle-woggle dancing, taking selfies and shouting, “Ooh la la!”.
The Boy From Mars - Simon James
The heart-warming story of a little boy who misses his mum from award-winning author–illustrator Simon James.
The day that Stanley’s mum had to go away, he decided to go to Mars. In his place, a not-very-well-behaved Martian arrived. He looked just like Stanley, but he wouldn’t eat his vegetables, he wouldn’t clean his teeth and he certainly didn’t play nicely in the playground. Dad's not sure what Mum will think when she gets back. Will the Martian still be there, or will the real Stanley get back in time?
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