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What does it mean to be a best spuddy? Spend the day with Pugtato and his very best spuddies and find out! A best spuddy likes to play and listen, share, and give a helping hand. Spend time with Pugtato and his very best spuddies as they show us exactly how to be a best spuddy too. Pugtato, Let's Be Best Spuddies: Features adorable and silly illustrations by Sophie Corrigan Shows the youngest readers ages 0-4 how to be a good friend Written in delightful, giggle-inducing rhyming text Is great for discussions and story times focusing on friendship, sharing and helping others Check out another title in the series, Pugtato Finds a Thing.
Enchanting illustrations. Giggle-inducing text. Unique and loveable characters. Join Pugtato and his cute and quirky pack of pals in this heartwarming picture book that celebrates the power of friendship, compassion, and believing in your own unique gifts. When Pugtato's simple, quiet life is disrupted after he digs up a strange object in his garden, he enlists his best spuddies to help (they are more clever than he is, after all). Tweetroot is certain it's a new egg for her nest. Tomatoad is quite sure it's a toy just for him. And Purrsnip simply won't stop scratching it! Luckily, Pugtato has another very special spuddy to ask ... Pugtato Finds a Thing: Introduces kids 4-8 to a hilarious mash-up of pet and vegetable characters by the inimitable illustrator Sophie Corrigan Written in delightful, giggle-inducing, rhyming text Eye-catching cover features spot gloss and embossing
We all have a certain creature that makes our skin scrawl and give us the 'heebie jeebies'. Spiders that make us scream, mice that make us jump on top of furniture until the coast is clear, or bats that make us shudder at the thought of them flapping around our hair. There are creatures big and small all over the world that make us squirm and wriggle in our seats just at the mere thought of them. But what did these animals ever do to deserve such a bad reputation? Most of the time it's humans that have labelled them ugly, dangerous and downright gross. But it's one false acquisition too many for these little guys. They've had enough of being called scary, slimy, nasty and ewwy. They're here to dispel these false acquisitions and set the record straight once and for all! You humans have given us a BAD rep! You've been spreading rumours about us - you think we're scary and spooky and dangerous and icky. Well we're here to set the record straight because we're fed up with the lies you've been spreading. We're not bad animals at all -we're just misunderstood! With laugh-out-loud illustrations from the immensely talented Sophie Corrigan, uncover the truth behind the animal and learn all about how each creature plays an important role in our world. With bitesize text that will leave you giggling and a fact box about each misrepresented creature, this is the perfect introduction to over 30 critters big and small who really aren't all that bad at all!
A chameleon has a long, sticky tongue and a tiger has bright orange fur. But what would happen if you mixed them together with a zebra's stripey bottom? You'd get a CHIGRA! ROAR! Lift the panels to mix, match and make wonderfully weird wild animals with Sophie Corrigan's brilliantly funny creature creations! Mix together a toucan, a gazelle and a zebra to create a TAZRA! Or match up a tiger, an orangutan and an elephant to create a TANGUANT! What sound will it make? What wacky wild animals will YOU find? Each panel is the perfect size for small hands - hours of toddler animal fun guaranteed.
Sophie Corrigan evokes everyone's inner zoologist in this charmingly illustrated and wittily worded menagerie. Each critter featured in this fun book is tagged with totally fictitious yet comically accurate anatomical labels, from a tree frog's clingy jazz hands and a raccoon's sneaky bandito mask to a velociraptor's disembowly prowlies and many more. Rife with animal puns, eye-catching bonus art, interesting animal facts, and laugh-out-loud labels that beg to be shared, Animal Anatomy will bring smiles to animal lovers of all ages.
A goat has pointy horns and a cow has a spotty coat. But what would happen if you mixed them together with a rooster's feathery tail? You'd get a GOTER! CockadoodleMOO! Lift the panels to mix, match and make wonderfully wacky farmyard animals with Sophie Corrigan's brilliantly crazy creature creations! Mix together a duck, a donkey and a rooster and create a DONTER! Or match up a sheep, a pig and a cow and create a SIW. Will it say BAA or OINK? What funny farmyard animals will YOU find? Each panel is the perfect size for small hands - hours of toddler animal fun guaranteed.