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Families are different, with brothers big and small, Stepbrothers or half-brothers, we love them, one and all. Celebrate your nearest and dearest with this ode to family, full of heart-warming illustrations and written in gentle rhyming text.
Sisters share all your hopes and they soothe all your fears, As days drift to months and float into years. This heartfelt picture book evokes the joy of having a sister with its sweet illustrations and engaging poetry.
Learn how to deal with tricksy, pesty little sidekicks (otherwise known as siblings). Starring the world's grumpiest, sassiest, most loveable cat . . . Mr Pusskins! He's got cattitude. Life for Pusskins is dreamy, until the day his owner Emily comes home with a Very Special Present . . . a kitten! Even though Little Whiskers is small and looks awfully angelic, she is not. She is a tiny package of peskiness. And the worst thing? It's always Mr Pusskins who gets the blame! So how will Mr Pusskins deal with this naughty nuisance? Mr Pusskins is a New York Times Bestselling character. Mr Pusskins won the Booktrust Early Years Award, and Mr Pusskins Best in Show won the Roald Dahl Funny Prize. Hilarious - The Guardian Irresistible - Books for Keeps
Isla isn't happy that her family is changing, so her mother creates a clever family tree with Isla to teach her how to accept that families always grow. Her mother hands her two new leaves, but Isla doesn't think they belong. There's no room left on our branch - it's full! she says. Isla tries to make them fit somewhere, maybe with her cousins, at Aunty Violet and Aunty Jasmine's house, or at Aunty Daisy and Uncle Doug's. There's definitely no room on her branch though! However, once she meets her new brothers she has a change of heart. She falls in love and finds room for them after all - Our branch grew a little, says Isla. Our family is never too full. Isla's Family Tree is the perfect book for any family needing to find a way to introduce new family members, or to show children how they belong in their own family. The book explores important issues surrounding familial change and acceptance, while also providing a glimpse into a diverse family. Including adopted cousins and same-sex couples, it highlights that every family is normal. There are no rules about what a family looks like in a forest full of family trees.
Before C.S. Lewis wrote The Chronicles of Narnia, he was a young boy named Jack who spent his days dreaming up stories of other worlds filled with knights, castles, and talking animals. His brother, Warnie, spent his days imagining worlds filled with trains, boats, and technology. One rainy day, they found a wardrobe in a little room next to the attic, and they wondered, What if the wardrobe had no end? Years later, Jack began to think about what could be beyond that wardrobe, and about a girl named Lucy and her siblings. This picture book biography introduces the beloved creator of The Chronicles of Narnia to a new generation of children who see hidden magic in the world around them.