Book List in Order: 8 titles


  • Meet a big, friendly dog in search of a home from beloved children''s book creator Marta Altés.This dog may be alone and without a home, but he''s excited and ready to embrace a new life in a new town - and EVERYONE in it! But it''s hard being new, a...



  • A warm, quizzical child''s-eye-view of the way in which children and adults experience the abstract concept of time differently - often to hilarious effect.Time is a funny thing. Dad talks about it a lot, but I think I know more about time than he do...



  • It's hard being a little monkey in a big troop, in an even bigger jungle—and this little monkey has had enough of always missing out! She's off to climb to the top of the tallest tree in the jungle and she's going to do it all on her own. Except th...



  • A new arrival can be hard, even for a cat.Meet a cat who is the king of his house, until something terrible happens! Someone else arrives and they are dribbly and disgusting. Will King Cat ever get used to having a dog around?A brilliantly observed, ...



  • Moving to a new home can sometimes feel scary and a little bit lonely, but this little racoon soon discovers that wherever you go adventures soon follow. My New Home by author/illustrator Marta Altés is a beautiful and uplifting story about moving h...



  • "Meet the boy who can''t stop creating art! He loves colours, shapes, textures and EVERYTHING inspires him: his socks, the contents of the fridge, even his cat gets a new coat (of paint!). But there''s just one problem: his mum isn''t quite so enthus...



  • My grandpa is getting old But that's how he is, and I love him This unique look at old age through the eyes of a young bear is big-hearted, poignant, and beautifully observed. Whether they are boldly traveling the world in an armchair or quietly ...



  • Written and illustrated by a fresh new talent, this is the story of a likeable, well-meaning and irrepressible dog and the mystery surrounding his name. Simple, short and punchy, this is a picture book children (and adults) will want to read again an...