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

Press reviews

Ten Fat Sausages

This is an entertaining, fun book suitable for Foundation and key stage 1, which introduces a number rhyme and counting in steps of two in an interactive and enjoyable way. The rhyme...

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See you later, Alligator!

See you later, Alligator! by Annie Kubler is a delightful finger puppet book that will entice even the most reluctant reader. Alligator is always too busy to help crocodile with his...

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Hey Diddle Diddle

Once again, Annie Kubler takes a vintage nursery rhyme and illustrates it with toddlers...this time in costumes. Turning a nonsense rhyme into a playful little romp. Very cute.

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Using simple exercises and friendly illustrations, Relax helps us to recognise the causes and symptoms of stress in children’s lives and teaches kids how to deal with them. A...

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Customer reviews of our top sellers

Donkey Skin

"Flip-Up Fairy Tales are written for toddlers and pre-schoolers. What makes them an instant hit is the fact they have at least one flap to lift on every spread. Who doesn’t love... Child-Led Chaos

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Never Ever

You say: a selection of fantastic online reviews of our book… Misc

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Sardines of Love

An instant hit with our little one, she loves the characters, their names, their adventure and the glorious illustrations. It's delicious! Franchacha, Brighton

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Momo and Snap

"This story is told entirely through sounds. Momo the monkey and Snap the crocodile hiss and screech, then try to outdo and copy the other... The art was a big draw... I really loved the thick lines and vibrant colors. It made me think... Flying Off My Bookshelf blog

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