Titles in the Set
I Want a Cuddle, Good Knight Sleep Tight, Bedtime Hullabaloo, The Great Nursery Rhyme Disaster, Shine Moon Shine, Mums the Word, Oliver Who Would Not Sleep, A Recipe for Bedtime, Copycat Bear, A Bed of Your Own
I Want a Cuddle
Poor Little Rabbit has fallen over and hurt her paw. She wants a cuddle, but where can she find one that's not too prickly, tickly, bristly or bumpy? A warm and gentle story in which Little Rabbit discovers that everyone needs a cuddle at times, even Little Foxes! Ages 3-6
Good Knight Sleep Tight
Another fantastic bedtime read from the highly-talented David Melling. The lovable knight from The Kiss That Missed is back - this time with another quest from the royal king. He has to find a soft and fluffy filling for the royal pillow and stop the little princess making that terrible noise! A wonderful story infused with love and humour about a new sibling, the problem of a crying baby and just what to do about it.
One night in the Silly Savannah a ludicrous Leopard is leapfrogging to bed and a hat-wearing Hyena is half asleep when all of a sudden there is a terrible racket! The animals decide to follow the noise, but they are in for a big surprise - a tiny shrew and her snoring. She is rudely awakened, only for the animals to slump into a heap fast asleep and start their own snuffling and snoring. Time for shrew to get her own back.
The Great Nursery Rhyme Disaster
Little Miss Muffet is bored. She's tired of her same old nursery rhyme and she has had enough of that scary, little spider! So off she goes into the pages of the book to try other nursery rhymes. Falling down a hill with Jack and Jill was too painful, running up a clock is just embarrassing and running away with the spoon caused a great ruckus with the dish! Soon Little Miss Muffet was running through the pages of the book and creating chaos throughout the rhymes. All of the characters were doing the wrong thing! Mother Goose has never been funnier than in this outrageously silly picture book!
Shine Moon Shine
One snowy night, in a great big city, a strange thing happens. The moon falls from the sky and lands on top of a very tall building. And no matter what the people in the neighbourhood do, the moon will not rise. That night, a young boy named Ata decides to sit with the moon to keep it company. In return, the moon tells him why he doesn't want to go home. It is so dark up there," the moon says. "It makes me feel lonely." Ata tries again and again to make the moon shine, but nothing works. Until Ata has a great idea It's a simple and inspirational story, well told and beautifully illustrated. Most of all though it shows that one small boy, in having the courage to try, can achieve something wonderful.
Mum's the Word
Gail discovered the Direct Selling Industry in 2001 at a time of her life when she was running low on money, choices and prospects. Seeing the opportunity to run a simple business from home and to take charge of her life, she was determined to use this opportunity to provide a better future for her children. In less than ten years, she has grown a home-based business from Zero to turning over Six million pounds a year and helped countless other mums and women worldwide to follow her lead. Now, as one of the top leaders in Avon, she has an enviable lifestyle, which includes all the trappings of success. She has achieved all of this by helping others to follow Simple Systems and to build their own businesses, one step at a time. Her team is now over 2,500 women strong. She has been recognised as the fastest growing sales leader in the UK and her success has been reported in the national press and even on the Jeff Randall show on Sky News. Gail wrote "Mum's The Word!" to inspire mums who wanted to gain financial independence by working from home and be able to spend the maximum time with their family, a subject on which she is an expert.
Oliver Who Would Not Sleep
Oliver Donnington Rimington Sneep couldn't and didn't and would not sleep. It's not that he is afraid of the dark, or monsters, or robbers or sounds from the park. But Oliver Donnington Rimington Sneep likes staying awake more than going to sleep. Join Oliver on his journey to Mars and back before he finally, finally, finally goes to sleep. Superb bedtime tale, told in rhyme and great to read aloud, with stunning illustrations from award-winner Nick Maland.
A Recipe for Bedtime
From the winner of the Roald Dahl Funny Prize, comes a classic baby bedtime book with a perfect lullaby ending. Baby, baby soft and sweet, almost good enough to eat! It's night-night time so come with me, and hear my bedtime recipe. An utterly charming tale. No bedtime collection should be without it With its tender, gently soporific rhyming text and pictures so beautifully in tune, I can imagine this becoming a bedtime favourite with many a toddler." - Red Reading Hub
Perfect for any child who worries about being different, this beautiful story by new talent Ellie Sandall celebrates friendship and understanding. Mango is a little bird with a BIG problem. Her best bear friend Blue copies everything she does! But when Mango flies off in a huff, Blue can't follow and soon Mango starts to feel lonely... Where is her copycat bear? Ellie is holding interactive workshops at the Edinburgh Festival and Hay Festival.
A Bed of Your Own
Celebrate the move from a crib to a big bed! Chip! Chip! Baby sea turtle grew too big for her shell And you grew and grew until you were too big for your mother's tummy. A little boy learns that the animals around him? at the beach, at the zoo, and on his family's small farm?are growing bigger and bigger. He is growing too, and soon he leaves his crib for his very own big bed