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Joshua Cleans up (by Laura Yeva)

Austin Macauley Publishers (31 Mar, 2017)

Meet Joshua. This story is about a small boy named Joshua, and how he spends his day. Follow Joshi as he plays, tidies, and goes to the park. A lovely book to read with your child while you discuss your daily routines; are they similar to Joshua's?

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The Giant and The Three Dwarves (by Eylem Tok)

Austin Macauley Publishers (30 Nov, 2016)

Tired and hungry after a long journey, three dwarves knock on the door of a big, spooky house. They soon discover it belongs to a giant! Join them as they figure out how to outwit him and escape!

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Don't Call Me Choochie Pooh! (by Sean Taylor)

Walker Books (02 Feb, 2017)

From Sean Taylor, the author of Hoot Owl, Master of Disguise, and Kate Hindley, illustrator of Worst in Show, comes a hilarious new picture book comedy starring a very small fed-up dog... This dog doesn't want to be carried in a handbag (how embarrassing!) or eat heart-shaped Mini Puppy Treats (I mean, come ON!) and under no circumstances does he ever want to be called ... Choochie Pooh! If only his owner u ...

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The Perfect Guest (by Paula Metcalf)

Walker Books (02 Feb, 2017)

From children's author and illustrator, Paula Metcalf, comes a witty and fun-filled story of friendship. Walter is really a very neat and tidy dog. His house is his pride and joy and he gets quite nervous when guests come round... When his best friend Pansy asks to stay, though, Walter is so excited! She's just a teeny weeny squirrel after all, how much trouble can she possibly be?! But when Pansy tries her ...

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My Mum Is Fantastic (by Nick Butterworth)

Walker Books (02 Feb, 2017)

The "Bear Hugs" series is great for young children and parents who are just beginning to enjoy reading together, with the adult reading aloud as the child investigates the pictures and rhythm of the words.My Mum is Fantastic is an excellent addition to the range, bursting with colour and simple easy-to-follow text, making it perfect reading for those quiet times when mums and toddlers can sit down together ...

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Mix and Match: Colours (Baby Walker) (by Lo Cole)

Walker Books (02 Feb, 2017)

Turn the pages of the book within a book to match the colours in this stylish, interactive board book. Bright illustrations and simple words introduce children to colours and everyday objects, and the mix-and-match game makes learning fun. A perfect first book to share with your baby.

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The Large Family: My First Year at Nursery (by Jill Murphy)

Walker Books (05 Jan, 2017)

Record every detail of your child's first year at nursery including, favourite friends, everyday activities, festive fun and special stories. There is plenty of room to record all of your most treasured moments with spaces for precious photographs and priceless works of art. There's even a special keepsake pocket to store souvenirs and mementos so that you and your family can enjoy them for ever.

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How to Find Gold (by Viviane Schwarz)

Walker Books (05 Jan, 2017)

From the award-winning picture book creator of There Are Cats in This Book comes a story of imaginative play and of two friends, Anna and Crocodile, who are on the hunt for gold. But finding gold isn't easy. Oh no! It's dangerous and difficult... Just what will the two friends discover? Teeming with adventurous spirit and boasting wonderfully funny dialogue, this story introduces two unforgettable character ...

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Picken: Mix and match the farm animals! (Baby Walker) (by Mary Murphy)

Walker Books (05 Jan, 2017)

Mary Murphy's brilliant split page board book is perfect for helping little ones learn to mix and match. What do you call a cross between a lamb and a calf? How on earth do you make a "googlet"? Children will love to mix up the heads and tails of different farmyard animals to invent hilarious new ones, while developing their matching skills as they work out how the animals should look. Mary Murphy's adorabl ...

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Blue Penguin (by Petr Horacek)

Walker Books (03 Nov, 2016)

A heart-warming fable about a friendship and belonging from the award-winning illustrator Petr Horacek. "I feel just like a penguin," says Blue Penguin. "But you're not like us," said the other penguins and they left him all alone. Poor Blue Penguin. Will he be able to convince the other penguins he is one of them after all? A moving and beautifully illustrated story from Petr Horacek, an illustrator descri ...

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Once Upon a Northern Night (by Jean E. Pendziwol)

Walker Books (03 Nov, 2016)

In this bedtime lullaby beautifully brought to life by the award-winning Isabelle Arsenault, illustrator of Jane, the Fox, and Me, a northern night unfolds as a young child sleeps. Wrapped in a snug, downy blanket, a snowflake falls, and then another and another. As the magic of the night outside takes hold - animals awaken, snow swirls, stars twinkle and winds whisper - a lyrical, enchanting read-aloud evo ...

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The Christmas Eve Tree (by Delia Huddy)

Walker Books (06 Oct, 2016)

A poignant, exquisitely illustrated Christmas story, with words by Delia Huddy and pictures by rising star Emily Sutton. When the ugly little fir tree is taken to the city, no one wants to buy him; they prefer the big tall trees. But a homeless boy asks the shopkeeper if he can take the tree, and down by the river in a cardboard box, decorated with a few candles, the tree finds itself at the centre of a mag ...

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