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

Press reviews

Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly

This much loved traditional story provides a wealth of activities and is very cleverly constructed so that the holes in the book work both backwards and forwards. The story is about...

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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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Animal Lullabies

Anyone who knows or has read A Kiss Like This will love Animal Lullabies. Practitioners will enjoy using this CD and beautifully illustrated book to support creative development and...

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You and Me!

“These four books in the New Baby series are just right for toddlers awaiting and adjusting to the birth of a new sibling. They cover pregnancy, welcoming the baby, and learning...

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Customer reviews of our top sellers

I'm a Clown!

“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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Cook It!

"This Childs Play book has fun pictures with bright colors. A fun book that I know Little Man will like. He is my kitchen helper – always has been. That little man loves being in the kitchen during meal prep.” 3 Sweet Birds

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Never Ever

“Never ever have I read a book that says so much with the same words repeated over and over. Jo Empson does so much with so little. Just as most kids think that their lives aren't as exciting as the stories in books and in movies... Erica, Goodreads

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Clive and his Babies

A refreshing spin on playtime. A young boy nurtures his dolls in a variety of ways and serves as a role model for boys who may choose fatherhood in the future. Keep it up, Clive! Nadine Wetzel-Curtis, Barron, Wisconsin USA

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