Here's a selection of recent reviews our books have received.

Press reviews

Come to me, My Chickadee!

This large format board book with its thin card pages and rounded edges is perfect for babies from around six months and upwards. Against white backgrounds Carol Thompson depicts toddlers... Rosemary Stones

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Pet Corner

A fun non-fiction game to get children thinking about how best to look after their pets. Bright and zany animal boards with corresponding cards help make this resource ideal for teaching...

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My First Signs

Babies communicate in gestures long before they learn to talk, so baby signing is a great way to communicate with your baby. Babies from as young as seven months can 'talk'...

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Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly

This classic board book retells a childhood favourite and can be enjoyed by adults as well as toddlers. Young children love the brightly coloured pages with their ever growing holes...

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Customer reviews of our top sellers

It's Not Yours, It's Mine!

Blieka loves her* new red ball; she loves it so much that she takes it with her everywhere, and no one else is allowed to touch it. The other animals can’t get a look in – she even takes it to the cinema! But when the ball begins to... Books for Keeps

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Yokki and the Parno Gry

A wonderful, much needed story about a travelling family. What I really like about this book is the clever use of traditional dialogue, cleverly placed within the text with supporting... Karen Goulding, Reading

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“The simple mixed media illustrations show children and Noo-noos against white backgrounds with much verve and color. The facial expressions are particularly vivid as the difference between "Noo-noo lost" and "Noo-noo found" are worlds apart.” Children's Literature

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"Love the illustrations. Bit like Badger's Parting Gift without specific death so would cover other sorts of losses. Like the loss of colour and then its return" Local Authority Early Years employee, Letterbox Library Reviewer

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