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Chocolate Mousse for Greedy Goose

Julia donaldson Nick Sharratt (Illustrator)

Macmillan Children's Books

A lovely simple rhyming story with colourful bold illustrations that will appeal to young readers. Good manners aren't on the menu at this meal. Duck won't eat his carrots. Moth's eating the cloth, and Sheep would rather sleep than wash the dishes. Thank goodness some of the animals know how to behave!

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Clever Chameleon

Ali Lodge

Barefoot Books

The animals of the African jungle have decided to play hide-and-seek. As children turn the pages of this colourful hide-and-seek adventure, they will learn how different creatures hide and disguise themselves. And theres the added fun of finding the clever chameleon hiding on the pagesas the colourfuld illustrations introduce animals native to the African jungle. Entertaining rhyming text lends itself to reading aloud Includes fascinating facts on how and why animals camouflage themselves

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Delicious! (Pumpkin Soup)

Helen Cooper

Picture Corgi

A delightful sequel to Pumpkin Soup. The illustration in this book are delightful and what we have come to expect from Helen Cooper.
Cat, Squirrel and Duck have no pumpkin to make their favourite, Pumpkin Soup, so they have to try something new!

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Diary of A Wombat

Jackie French Bruce Whatley (Illustrator)

Harper Collins Children's Books

A wombat's work is never done! Take a day trip with a wombat, and discover the ins and outs of her day, in this modern classic Australian picture book. There are holes to be dug and territory to be defended - and don't forget all the eating and sleeping that needs to be squeezed in too! A lovely charming new book that will definitely appeal to both children and adults.

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Dora's Eggs

Julie Sykes Jane chapman (Illustrator)

Little Tiger Press

Dora's Eggs provides a lovely introduction to farm animals and their young. The colourful illustrations by Jane Chapman make it appealing to young children.

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Egg Drop

Mini Grey

Red Fox

The Egg loved the sky. It saw all the birds, insects, aeroplanes, balloons, helicopters, bats and clouds. It dreamed of being up there, flying with them all. So the Egg went to a very high place... and jumped...
A beautifully illustrated book with lots of detail for children to discuss right from the inside cover.

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Farmer Duck

Martin Waddell, Helen Oxenbury

Walker Books

Winner of the Smarties Book Prize British Book Awards Children's Illustrated Book of the Year

While the farmer lazes in bed all day, the poor duck that lives on the farm has to do all the work. Until one day, when his friends decide to make a change.Lots to talk about in this award winning book.

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Ferdie and the Falling Leaves

Julia Rowlinson

Gullane Children's Books

Lots of lovely descriptive language in this seasonal book about Ferdie the fox who worries about his favourite tree losing its leaves in the Autumn.

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