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Child-focused and parent friendly children’s books including beautifully illustrated picture books and interactive board books perfect for little hands.

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Mega Mash-Up: Spies vs. Giant Slugs in the Jungle Mega Mash-Up: Spies vs. Giant Slugs in the Jungle (Paperback)

Draw Your Own Adventure

Mega Mash-Up: Trolls vs. Cowboys in the Arctic Mega Mash-Up: Trolls vs. Cowboys in the Arctic (Paperback)


Mouse's First Night at Moonlight School Mouse's First Night at Moonlight School (Hardback)
author: Simon Puttock
illustrator: Ali Pye

“A reassuring look at feeling shy on the first day in the classroom.”—?The Independent (U.K.)

Noodle Loves Bedtime Noodle Loves Bedtime (Board Book)
author/illustrator: Marion Billet

With Touch and Feels for little paws!

Noodle Loves the Beach Noodle Loves the Beach (Board Book)
author/illustrator: Marion Billet

With touch and feels for little paws!

Noodle Loves the Farm Noodle Loves the Farm (Board Book)
illustrator: Marion Billet

"Easily viewable touch-and-feel items offer a variety of sensations. . . . Brief, repetitive text maintains an unwavering positivity. . . . Bright, geometric shapes keep visual pacing brisk." -- Kirkus Reviews

Noodle Loves the Park Noodle Loves the Park (Board Book)
illustrator: Marion Billet

When Noodle visits the park, he plays on the swing and watches the birds and the bees. And you can, too, with this touch-and-feel book.

Noodle Loves the Zoo Noodle Loves the Zoo (Board Book)
author/illustrator: Marion Billet

"Easily viewable touch-and-feel items offer a variety of sensations. . . . Brief, repetitive text maintains an unwavering positivity. . . . Bright, geometric shapes keep visual pacing brisk." -- Kirkus Reviews

Noodle Loves to Cuddle Noodle Loves to Cuddle (Board Book)
author/illustrator: Marion Billet

With Touch and Feels for little paws!

Noodle Loves to Drive Noodle Loves to Drive (Board Book)
illustrator: Marion Billet

"Easily viewable touch-and-feel items offer a variety of sensations. . . . Brief, repetitive text maintains an unwavering positivity. . . . Bright, geometric shapes keep visual pacing brisk." -- Kirkus Reviews

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