February reads

Snuggle up with some good reads for February . . . .

Ten Tremendous Tales

The latest brilliant instalment in the number one bestselling series from author and illustrator, Liz Pichon.

A laugh-out-loud, fully illustrated collection of stories starring Tom Gates and his friends, family and foes!

Featuring: a delicious chicken pie, getting stuck in a lift with Delia, the horror of winning afternoon tea with teachers as a tombola prize, the Incredible Wafer Boy and some ants in some very tiny pants…

The Boy Who Made Everyone Laugh

A heartfelt, hilarious, against-all-odds triumph of a story about a boy with a stammer.

Billy is an eleven-year-old boy with a big dream: a stand-up comedian delivering pinpoint punch-lines and having audiences hang on his every hilarious word. A tough career for anyone, but surely impossible for Billy, who has a stammer.

How will he find his voice, if his voice won’t let him speak?


Mindful Monsters

A fun and exciting picture book to introduce children to mindfulness Mindful Monsters supports the charity Scope.

This exciting picture book is packed with monster fun and friendly advice for parents and children to try out mindful activities at home. A funny and thoughtful read-aloud story.

Welsh Fairy Tales, Myths & Legends

A complete collection of much-loved Welsh fairy tales, myths and legends, bound in a beautiful new edition.

Enjoy Wales’s rich heritage of myth and fairy tales.

From magical Welsh dragons that destroy a castle night after night, to a princess made out of flowers and a fairy changeling bother.

Jelly Had a Wobble

The next picture book from the bestselling picture book duo, Michelle Robinson and Tom Knight.

Jelly learns that the things that make us different should be celebrated… and that it’s definitely OK to have a  every now and then.

A fantastically funny book about being true to ourselves and letting our emotions shine.

Chicken Little

A brand new take on the enduring classic, Chicken Little.

When something falls from the sky and bops Chicken Little right on the head, he looks high and low to figure out what it was.

The debut picture book from NYC-based artist, Sam Wedelich. This is the real and totally true tale of Chicken Little.

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