A newly hatched caterpillar eats his way through all kinds of food in this story aimed at the very young.
This picture book is based on the children's song "Today is Monday". Runner beans, zoooop, roast beef, fish, chicken and ice cream are the fare during the week, until Sunday, when the world's children are invited to come and share a meal. Animals introduce children to the days of the week.
An interactive introduction to the basic body parts and body movements. Gorillas, elephants, camels and other animals invite all young readers to clap, stomp, wriggle and bend like they do!
Mouse is lonely so he searches for a friend among the other animals, until at last another mouse appears.
Brightly coloured animals, riding on a train to their new homes in the zoo is the format used to offer young children a delightful introduction to numbers and counting.
A cut page story/game about a chameleon who suddenly finds life exciting when it discovers it can change not only its colour but its size and shape too.
Princess Smartypants does not want to get married. She enjoys being a Ms. Because she is very pretty and rich, all the princes want to marry her. This fairy-tale-with-a-difference describes how Smartypants fights to preserve her independence.
One day, an elephant offers a bad baby a ride through the town, and so begins an adventure and a chase. But when the elephant realizes that the bad baby has forgotten his manners, the chase ends with a bump and tea for everyone.
Follows the antics of Father Christmas as he reluctantly prepares to deliver gifts on the eve of December 25
Suitable for babies and toddlers, this picture book features a plush caterpillar finger puppet that wriggles his way through the holes in each page, munching and crunching through foods before transforming into a butterfly.
About Mister Seahorse and other 'male mothers', this picture book contains acetate pages that hide fish behind rocks and reeds. As he floats through the sea, Mister Seahorse meets a Mr Stickleback, Mr Tilapia, Mr Kurtus and many other fish fathers caring for their eggs and babies in surprising ways.
The Elephant takes the Bad Baby for a ride and they go "rumpeta, rumpeta, rumpeta down the road." They help themselves to ice creams, pies, buns, crisps, biscuits, lollipops and apples, and the shopkeepers follow them down the road shouting and waving. All ends well as the Bad Baby learns to say 'Please' and his mother makes pancakes for everyone.
When the Queen packs off Princess Smartypants to finishing school, it seems that our favourite royal might become a perfect princess after all ...huh, no chance! Instead, Princess Smartypants makes her own school rules and teaches those other do-goody princesses just exactly how to have fun.
Tuffy, the killer cat, knows what he likes. And he isn't loving the 'art' that Ellie's mum brings home from her new class! So what's a cat to do? Filled with mischief and mayhem, this story, containing hilarious illustrations by Steve Cox, is suitable for developing readers aged 5-7 years.
Picture-book genius Nick Butterworth has created the lovable Trixie, a witch's cat who would do anything to be rid of her one white paw. Hocus pocus and all sorts of magic follow with the most hilarious results! But it's good to stand out from the crowd and Trixie quickly sees that life's so much nicer when you're happy being who you are.
Willaby Wallaby is not happy. There's an ouch in the pouch and it's making him grouch! So off he hops to the Blue Billabong to find a new home. Mummy Wombat and Mummy Possum can't help, but the Billabong becomes scary when Willaby bumps into Ma Dingo. But Ma Dingo is as cunning as a fox ...run for your life, little Willaby, run!
This is the second book in the illustrated series by Madonna following 'English Roses'. All information embargoed.
A story that works on two levels - the text reads like a recipe (for example - ingredients list, "find six small rabbits, cover with warm soapy water and gently scrub"), while the pictures play out the familiar routine of getting ready for bed, in this case with six little rabbits.
Angelina and Henry visit the Royal Palace of Mouseland to help teach the princesses a special ballet for the King and Queen's wedding anniversary. To Angelina's horror, Miss Lilly is confined to her bed with a terrible cold and Angelina is asked to be in charge.
When Walter the Farting Dog is sold for a measly ten pounds, Billy and Betty are distraught. But Walter doesn't realize he's been caught up in a dreadful plan involving a fake clown, litres of his unique farts, and a bank robbery. Only Walter could be relied on to fart his way out of danger and solving a bank robbery and becoming the town's hero.
This is the third in a series of illustrated children's book by internationally renowned musical and performing artist Madonna.
This is the fifth book in the highly successful illustrated series by Madonna. Age 6+.
This is a story about a very rich and successful man who has everything - except happiness. Who can help him to find the secret to a happy life?