Book List in Order: 9 titles


  • What do little monsters like to wear? Daisy Hirst brings her charming wit to a silly board book for the youngest set.When monsters get up in the morning, they have to find something to wear. Simon wears socks, Darrell puts on a dress, and Terrence tr...



  • What do little monsters like to eat? Daisy Hirst infuses a bright, funny board book with her offbeat charm.Some monsters eat peaches. Some monsters eat pears. And then there are monsters who eat only chairs. Some monsters like noodles and some prefer...



  • Daisy Hirst’s charming ode to a toddler’s love of trains, featuring her sweet signature artworkWhether sending toy animals on a journey around a model track or driving a cardboard-box locomotive, this little puppy really likes trains. All...



  • Trains, cranes, good friends -- with warmth and whimsy, Daisy Hirst follows an adventurous bear and a home-loving goose who discover that new experiences are even better shared. Hamish the bear and Noreen the goose live in the country, where they ...



  • Lovably rambunctious monster siblings Natalie and Alphonse are excited to go camping in the wilds of nature — without leaving their apartment.Most of the time, Natalie and Alphonse like living in an apartment on the seventh floor. They have bunk be...



  • Lovable monster siblings Natalie and Alphonse are back with big plans in a second surprisingly touching tale in which Natalie is ready to learn how to read. Natalie and Alphonse REALLY like books. Picture books with Dad, scary stories with Mom, an...



  • In her truly authentic and original voice, Daisy Hirst introduces two endearing, unforgettable new characters -- and a friendship like no other. Hilda the pig lives in a small tin house at the foot of a hill. Life is peaceful, if a bit uneventfu...



  • Two siblings have a falling-out and make up again in spectacular style in a warm, witty story with sure appeal for little monsters everywhere. Once there was just Natalie. And then there was Alphonse, too. Natalie mostly doesn’t mind Alphonse be...



  • From a remarkable new talent comes an honest and endearing story about losing a best friend, daring to make a new one, and the power of imagination. Isabel has a best friend named Simon, who is very good with newts. But one day Simon moves away in...