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

Press reviews

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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Dragonfly

This spectacular ‘pop-up’ book illustrates the life history of a dragonfly from egg to adult. It will appeal to young children, although the text requires sophisticated reading ability.

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Monkey's Clever Tale

Mischievous Ameerah Monkey wants to cross the river but is scared of the water. She tricks her deadly enemy, Crocodile, into helping her reach the other side by promising to give him...

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¡Mírame!/Look At Me!

Anticipating an addition to the family is both exciting and daunting for young children so this sensitive story was most welcome. It is part of a series - Waiting for Baby, You and...

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Customer reviews of our top sellers

What's the Time, Mr Wolf?

“For little ones who want to operate their own puppets, Child’s Play have a huge range of puppet activity books. Older babies and young toddlers will be able to stick their... Child-Led Chaos

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Noo-Noos!

“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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I'm a Monster!

“A board book that’s also a mask? What a wonderful idea! The Look At Me range are a series of books you can hold over your face to pretend to be a robot, or a monster; an... Child-Led Chaos

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That's NOT How You Do It!

'That's NOT how you do it' is a beautifully illustrated book about learning to accept and appreciate each other's differences. A thoroughly enjoyable book to be shared again and again. Megan Grace Nicholson, Coventry UK

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WIA 2019 Shortlistings

Illustrations from 'Child of St Kilda' and 'Gently Bentley' have been shortlisted for the 2019 World Illustration Awards!

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