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Rubeus Hagrid. George Weasley. Fred Weasley. Draco Malfoy. Dudley Dursley. Severus Snape. Vernon Dursley. Dean Thomas. Gregory Goyle. Minerva McGonagall. Neville Longbottom. Peter Pettigrew. Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore. Arthur Weasley. Sirius Black. Oliver Wood. Parvati Patil. Vincent Crabbe. Filius Flitwick. Ginevra Molly "Ginny" Weasley. Molly Weasley. Ronald Bilius "Ron" Weasley. Lord Voldemort.
Lavender Brown. Percy Ignatius Weasley. Lucius Malfoy. Cho Chang. Stan Shunpike. Ronald Bilius 'Ron' Weasley. Bartemius Crouch Jr. Bartemius Crouch. Colin Creevey. Cedric Diggory. Harry Potter. Sybill Patricia Trelawney. The Boy. Viktor Krum. Cornelius Oswald Fudge. Rita Skeeter. Narcissa Malfoy. Padma Patil. Charlie Weasley. Bill Weasley. Bellatrix Lestrange. Alastor "Mad-Eye" Moody. Ludo Bagman. Mr Ollivander. Ron Weasley. Albus Silente. Sibilla Cooman. Severus Piton. Neville Paciock. Ronald "Ron" Weasley. Minerva McGranitt. Come away from the water, Shirley While Shirley's parents sit on the beach with their knitting and newspapers, Shirley embarks on a fantasy adventure.
Come down, cat The day is ending, night is falling and Nicholas's cat won't come down from the roof. High on the roof, she licks her paws while Nicholas worries about her being all alone, especially during the night. But, his cat doesn't want to come down, at least, not yet. Come on, Daisy Daisy is more interested in exploring the exciting things around her than listening to Mother Duck.
But, when she comes to some dark and scary waters, she is very happy to have her mum near. Cooking with grandma Anya loves visiting Grandma and Grandpa. They like to cook together and then go on adventures around the house. Copy cat Cat is small and Dog is big. Whatever Dog does, Cat does too. Dog gets really fed up with Cat copying everything she does.
But one day, when Cat can't be found, Dog discovers she doesn't have anyone to play with. Cottonwool Colin Colin is the smallest of ten mice siblings and his mother is so fearful for his safety that she decides to wrap him up in cottonwool to protect him. This isn't as effective as she hoped. Cow tripped over the moon, The Hey diddle diddle, you all know the riddle, a cow jumps over the moon.
But, the moon is very high in the sky and cow has to make many high-flying leaps. Crabbing with Dad With sunscreen and life jackets on, Dad and two children zoom off into the creek, passing other boats and people fishing along the way. It's a good time to be on the water and they even come across Cousin Dan, throwing his net as far as he can.
With the crab pots set, they wait patiently and play games as they try to guess what fish could be swimming under their boat. It's finally time to check the crab pots. Something as tall as Elephant. But will it stay up? Not this time. Build it again? One block. Two blocks? Four blocks? It's still not as tall as Elephant. More blocks! Now will it stay up? Now will it be as tall as Elephant? Build, balance, count - question, estimate, measure - predict, crash, and build again! Croc bait Sean's uncles say he is too small to go fishing with them. But, Sean reckons he is old enough to go fishing so, early one morning, he goes to the river all by himself.
Crusher is coming Crusher, the school football hero, is coming over to Peter's place. In anticipation, Peter clears his room of childish toys, gives instructions to his mother and young sister about how to behave, and prepares lots of exciting games. But, Crusher isn't quite what Peter expects. Cuddle time The morning adventure from the children's room into their parents' bed, told with delightful humour. Cuddly Dudley Dudley is so lovely and cuddly that his brothers and sisters can't leave him alone, even when he wants some time to himself.
So Dudley sets off alone across the tundra, until he discovers that being with friends and being incredibly cuddly isn't such a bad thing after all. Cupcake Vanilla Cupcake is feeling a bit plain next to his fancy brothers and sisters, until candle comes along and they come up with some ideas.
Curry for Murray, A After making a curry for her neighbour, Murray, Molly's delicious dishes are in demand. Now everyone wants a taste of her cooking. Before long, Molly's making meals for the people in her street, the suburb and then for people in other cities and even other countries. Molly cooks up a storm for everyone until she injures herself. Cuthbert's babies When Cuthbert's mother brings home not one baby brother, but four baby sisters, no one seems to have any time for Cuthbert.
He wishes for someone to play with, someone big and bad. Three pirates aren't exactly what he had in mind. Dad I can't sleep Little Panda can't sleep so his Dad suggests that he count sheep, then cows, then pigs and tigers, then elephants and polar bears. Little Panda is still having trouble going to sleep so Dad suggests he count all the different kinds of dinosaurs. Dad is a robot, My Psssssst! Wanna hear something cool?
Admittedly, this dad is an older model, he doesn't have laser eyes or jet-powered feet and his batteries regularly run flat. But there's one little boy who wouldn't change a thing Dad who measures up, A In this funny, moving story, a little girl is about to find out what makes an ideal dad as she searches for one who can measure up to the mummy she loves. Daddies Daddies like doing lots of wild things but they're also great for cuddles. Daddy lost his head If your daddy lost his head, I wonder what you'd do.
Make him a new one, of course. All you'd need are some old newspapers, some paint and a potato for his nose. It turns out there are lots of advantages to having a dad with no head. He doesn't shout or snore, he always agrees with you, and he loves doing housework. Daddy shop, The Hey, kids. Are you looking for a new daddy? Well, look no further. At the Daddy Shop, we have daddies to suit every occasion. Check out our daddies today!
When Tai hears about the The Daddy Shop, he takes matters into his own paws and tries out some new daddies. But which daddy will be the best one for Tai? A big-hearted tale that celebrates daddies everywhere. Daddy's having a horse Caitlin is excited because her mum is having a baby. Her brother, Lachlan, is even more excited - he's sure Dad's having a horse.
Daddy's sandwich Join a little girl on her quest to make her father the perfect sandwich, whether he likes it or not. Daisy and the puppy Daisy wants a puppy so much. She knows all of the dogs in her neighbourhood and bathes them for free every Saturday. Daisy thinks she will never get a dog of her own, until she and her mum spot Ollie. Dance of the sugar plum fairy Marcus and Mary make the finest, sweetest-smelling candy. When the King has a taste, he decides to order more than they can possibly make.
But, help is at hand to meet the ever-increasing orders from the King. Dance with me A ballerina in a music box loves nothing more than to dance. But when the little girl who owns the box grows up, who will dance with the ballerina now? A gorgeous story about treasured possessions and the memories they hold. Day in the life of me, A A little boy has a perfect day.
He is greeted enthusiastically by everyone he meets, takes his dog to school where he gets everything right and eats fairy bread and grapes for play lunch. Children line up to play with him and his parents take him out. Deep, The Alice and her family live by the sea and, although she can swim well, Alice is terrified of deep water. She yearns to join her parents, brothers and pet dog playing in the sea. It takes some friendly dolphins to begin chipping away at Alice's fear. Delightful Delilah How important is a name? Ewan decides to change his, and his family plays along.
Each day, Ewan has a new name until, one day, he chooses one that he doesn't know is a girl's name and then the girl who owns it, doesn't want to share it. Derek the dinosaur Derek wishes he could be as fearsome and frightening as his brothers. He soon finds out that his skills will save the day. Any two books from this series may be read as Challenge books; up to five more can be read as personal choice books. Go to the Series lists for individual book titles. Your favourite thing in the whole world is the letter B. Then, you sneeze and all the Bs are blown out of the book.
So, until you can get your favourite letter back, you're about to sound really, really silly. Dig dig digging It's a busy day for construction and transport vehicles as the workers and their machines labour all day. With repetitive, predictable text, this book is ideal for young listeners and emerging readers. Dingo in the dark Dingo is afraid of the dark.
He can't sleep if Sun is not there to watch over him. So, he's too tired to pay with his friends during the day and is feeling lonely. Dingo must find a way to feel safe when night falls. Dinosaur called Tiny, A Tiny is such a small dinosaur that the other dinosaurs say he can't play their games. But, Tiny finds a way to show he's bigger than he looks. Dinosaur Juniors: Give peas a chance It's dinner-time for Nancy, but oh no Not-so-keen-on-peas Nancy needs to come up with a way to ditch those little green balls. Luckily, she's got a peas-plot up her sleeve.
But is she quite as clever as she thinks? Dinosaur juniors: Happy hatchday Meet Otto, Winnie, Greg osaurus and all the other dinosaur juniors as they traverse life's first ups and downs! Dinosnore Three little dinosaurs are trying to wake their sleepy Mum but nothing seems to work. She just snores and snores, and the dinosaurs need your help.
Do like a duck does A hairy-scary stranger wants to join the duck family. Mama Duck might be really fooled or she might just have a way of making the hairy-scary stranger very sorry he ever pretended to be a duck. Do not open this book This guy will do anything to stop you opening this book. Threats, bribes, reverse psychology, you name it, he'll offer it. Do not open this book again He's back! Do you know Millie Sarah is moving to the big city and must say goodbye to her friends.
Sarah knows that Millie lives in the big city and she sets out to find her. Doctor Maisy Dr Maisy and her friend take care of a sick panda. Dog biscuit When hungry Bridget steals and eats a dog biscuit, it doesn't taste too bad. But, when Mrs Blair tells her that she'll turn into a dog, Bridget starts to worry because dog biscuits are meant for dogs, not people. Dog in, cat out Follow the busy activities of a family and their cat and dog. In and out, out and in happens from early morning, when the dog leaps out to explore the new smells of the day and have breakfast, until late at night, when the cat slips unnoticed through the window to settle down in the warmth of the sleeping house.
Visual with minimal text. Dog, The My dog is my best friend, when she saw me for the first time, she wagged her tail Maybe you'd adopt it as your pet? You could play and do chores together and have lots of fun. Dogger Dave and Dogger, Dave's soft, brown stuffed toy, go everywhere together. But, one evening, Dave discovers that Dogger is missing. This is the story of how Dogger was lost and finally found again, with a little help from big sister, Bella. Doing the garden Follow a family as they go to the garden centre, choose their flowers and seeds and even a tree. They come home, work together in the garden and are finished in time for tea.
Don't forget the bacon A boy goes shopping but struggles to remember the shopping list. Don't leap, larry Larry Lemming is unlike all the others, but can he teach the others to be more like him? Lemmings look alike, sound alike and act alike, right? So if one jumps off a cliff, the others follow Larry's a lemming with a mind of his own. Unlike the rest of the crew, he goes sledging with the puffins, eats pepperoni pizza, and likes to wear a top hat.
But can Larry teach his fellow lemmings to finally think for themselves? A wonderfully funny, quirky tale about staying true to yourself. Don't think about purple elephants Sometimes, Sophie lies in bed at night, unable to get to sleep, worrying about things such as forgetting to take her lunch to school or having to eat Brussels sprouts. Mum thinks she might have a way to help Sophie fall asleep at night, and it might just involve an elephant or two. Doodledum dancing Eighteen fun-filled and humorous poems about pets, pirates, friends and family.
Colourful use of language with beautiful illustrations. Dorling Kindersley book of nursery rhymes, The A well-edited collection of over fifty traditional songs and nursery rhymes for young children. Double trouble for Anna Hibiscus When twin boys arrive, Anna Hibiscus finds it hard to share her extended family.
She feels neglected and upset, as the boys disrupt her familiar, daily routines. To make matters worse, she is no longer the focus of attention of her aunts, uncles, grandparents, cousins and, most especially, her parents. Drawing together Lucy, Jack and Ibrahim start school together but everyone else has a best friend. It is not easy for three people to all be best friends.
Dreadful David There seems no end to the trouble little David gets into when he visits his grandmother. Dreadful fluff, The Serenity's life was perfect. Bu then she discovered something perfectly awful Dream bird, The George is a day child. He rollicks and romps in the light. But at night, George just can't seem to get to sleep.
That is, until Gran tells him a bedtime story about a magical bird who sings children to sleep. Will the Dream bird's magic work on George? Dress-up box, The The Frolleys have to move from their beloved house at 32 Sunshine Avenue to a place with dripping taps, stinky carpets and ants. But they have brought something with them that can turn any house into a home.
Duke of hinklewinkle, The Bridget lives in the sleepy, seaside town of Hinklewinkle. She spends a lot of time with her Grandpa. Her mother often has to work late and her father lives in another town. Luckily, her caring Grandpa is always close at hand to help out. Grandpa breeds show chickens and Bridget loves to help out. One day when Bridget is feeling a little lonely, Grandpa decides to let Bridget pick a chicken of her own.
Far from picking the most beautiful chicken, she picks a strange looking roster she names the 'Duke of Hinklewinkle'. The two become inseparable. When Grandpa's cranky old neighbour, Mr Borewater's chickens are under threat, The Duke of Hinklewinkle surprises everyone. Eat your dinner Bartholomew is less than pleased with his dinner. When he is told to eat up, he says the one word he knows, with emphatic insistence. But, when big George proceeds to polish off his own dinner which is then followed by something delicious, Ba has second thoughts. Edwardo: the horriblest boy in the whole wide world Edwardo just gets worse and worse until he lives up to everyone's expectations and becomes the horriblest boy in the whole world.
When someone starts believing in Edwardo, unexpected things begin to happen. Eels Marine life for young readers Very simple text with full page photographic illustrations that teach about marine life such as salt-water eels. After they all rock out with some singing, it's time to head to the celebration, where there's so much food waiting!
Amir explains that an important part of celebrating Eid al-Adha is dividing the meat into three equal parts, one third to be shared with someone who has less. But with all three bowls of meatballs holding different amounts, they've got a big problem! Thanks to a balancing scale, a trip to a soup kitchen, and an unexpected visit to a housebound neighbour, Peg and Cat learn all about the concept of taking from where there's more and giving to where there's less.
Even Cat discovers how awesome giving can be. Eid Mubarak! Eight Timmy's favourite toy is Eight, the octopus. They go everywhere together until, one day, Eight is left in the park. Timmy wonders if he will ever see his friend again. So she begins her quest to find out what love looks like and how she can help Mrs Gooseberry to rediscover it.
Ella and Olivia series Any two titles read from this series can be included as official Challenge books; up to five more titles can be included as your personal choice books. Ella and Olivia: A wild adventure Ella and Olivia are going to a native animal park! But are they prepared for their own wild adventure? Ella and Olivia: ballet stars Ella and Olivia love to do ballet! But when it comes to dancing on stage, can they both be ballet stars?
Ella and Olivia: beach holiday Ella and Olivia are going on holiday! But when Olivia gets lost, will Ella be there to save the day? Ella and Olivia: best friend showdown Ella and Zoe are best friends. But when they compete for the chocolate drive prize, their friendship is put to the test! Ella and Olivia: Best friends stories Follow Ella and Olivia in six all-new stories as they get ready for a big talent show, have a very messy pet party, learn to ice-skate and lots more! The best adventures are the ones you have with your best friends.
But will their secret plan to open their presents early ruin the Christmas surprise? Ella and Olivia: christmas wonderland Ella and Olivia are excited about the Christmas fair! Will Ella and Olivia's house have the most spectacular decorations in the neighbourhood? Ella and Olivia: cool kitties Ella and Olivia are crazy for kitties! But we're not talking real cats, we're talking about the awesome 'Cool Kitties', the tiny kitty collectible figurines that every girl in the country has gone mad for.
Ella and Olivia: cupcake catastrophe Ella and Olivia are sisters. Ella is seven years old. Olivia is five-and-a-half years old. They live with their mum and dad and little brother Max. Ella and Olivia are making cupcakes for Dad's birthday. All the family will be there! But when a cooking disaster strikes, will the party be ruined?
Ella and Olivia: flower power Ella and Olivia are planting a new garden but they can't agree on anything! Can they find a way to work together? Ella and Olivia: Fun friendship tales Join Ella and Olivia in six brand-new tales as they play in a netball final, go to a pizza party and perform in a trampoline show! Everything is more fun with a friend by your side! Ella and Olivia: hair disaster Olivia is helping Ella get ready for her ballet concert. But what will Ella do when her new hairstyle turns into a hair disaster!
Ella and Olivia: happy campers Ella and Olivia can't wait to go camping for the first time! But will their tricky cousins spoil all the fun? Ella and Olivia: Hula hoopla Ella and Olivia's school is having a hula hooping challenge! But Olivia can't do the hula hoop. How will she join in? But will they be ready for the surf club carnival? Ella and Olivia: Netball fever Ellas netball team is playing in the grand final! But can Olivia help her big sister and the team when they need it most?
Ella and Olivia: Note perfect Ella and Olivia are in the junior band. But when it's time for their big performance, will they get concert jitters? Ella and Olivia: pony problem Ella's friend Zoe is entering an equestrian competition. She invites Ella along to help her groom her horse, Hattie. But Ella has other plans! She ends up entering the pony competition-by accident! Ella and Olivia: Popstar sisters Ella and Olivias favourite band is performing at school!
But when there is a problem with the music, will Ella and Olivia save the show? Ella and Olivia: puppy trouble Ella and Olivia have wanted a puppy forever. But when they get their wish, can they keep their promise to look after him? Big Sister. Little Sister. Best Friends! Follow Ella and Olivia in six all-new adventures as they visit an alpaca farm, wear beautiful flower girl dresses at their aunts wedding and take a trip to the circus!
Days out are always more special with your sister! Ella and Olivia: spelling superstar Ella is excited to be going on her favourite TV show! Can Olivia help her become a spelling superst. Ella and Olivia: sport's carnival Ella and Olivia have been training hard for their school sports carnival! But can their team win the best-ever grand prize? Ella and Olivia: The big sleepover Ella and Zoe are having a big sleepover! But Olivia is feeling left out. Why can't she stay up late telling stories and eating lollies too?
Ella and Olivia: the new girl It is the first day of school term, and the new girl in Ella's class doesn't seem to like anything! Can Ella change her mind? There's so much to see and do. But will it be their lucky day? Ella and Olivia: Zoo rescue Ella and Olivia are going to the zoo. But when a cheeky penguin gets into mischief, can the girls lend a helping hand? Ella Kazoo will not brush her hair Ella Kazoo simply refuses to brush her hair and it soon develops a mind of its own.
Her hair grows so big and so wild that it has a bird's nest on top. Ella has to prove she has what it takes to change a bad hair day into a good situation. Ella who? It is moving day and look who slipped in the door, an elephant! But when a little girl tries to tell her family about their unusual guest, the distracted grown ups just say, Ella WHO?
Even as children giggle at the girl's adventures with the smallish pachyderm, and at the fun, recurring refrain, they will relate to the poignant theme about making and sometimes letting go of new friends. She may be getting old and deaf but she is fun and has lots of interesting things to show the two young elephants. Elmer and butterfly When Elmer, the elephant, sets a butterfly free, the butterfly promises to help if Elmer ever needs it. Elmer cannot imagine how a tiny butterfly could help an elephant but he finds out sooner than expected.
Elmer thinks Eldo is forgetful and has great fun reminding Eldo of all the things they used to do together. Eldo may be old but he is an elephant, after all, and we know that elephants never forget. Elmer and Papa Red It's two days before the annual visit of Papa Red and the young elephants are very excited. They choose a tree to decorate and prepare the presents for Papa Red to collect during the night to take to those who need them. But this year Elmer has a special treat in store for the young elephants, if they can keep quiet and out of sight.
Elmer and Rose Grandpa Eldo asks Elmer and Wilbur to help a young elephant find her way back to her herd. They get a shock when they see she is pink. No wonder she is called Rose. But, there is an even greater surprise in store when they reach her herd. Elmer and snake The elephants decide to play a trick on Elmer. Snake suggests pretending to Elmer that he looks pale and ill, to see if they can make him believe that he really is unwell. At the same time, Snake plots with Elmer to trick the other elephants into thinking he really is sick. Elmer and the big bird One day, Elmer notices that there are no birds around.
He finds them hiding from the nasty bully bird in a nearby cave. The bully bird is mean and likes to frighten the little birds. Led by Elmer, the animals work together to frighten off the bully bird. Elmer and the lost teddy Baby Elephant can't sleep because he has lost his teddy so Elmer sets off to look for it. When Elmer hears a voice shouting for help, he wonders if Baby Elephant's teddy can talk or whether Wilbur is playing a trick on Elmer, as usual.
Elmer and the monster There is pandemonium in the jungle. A strange, roaring sounds sends the animals stampeding, convinced it's a monster. But, all is not as it seems. Only Elmer is brave enough to investigate, and what he discovers comes as quite a surprise. Elmer and the rainbow Elmer and the other elephants are waiting for the storm to end so they can see the beautiful, colourful rainbow.
But, something dreadful has happened. The rainbow has come out too soon and has lost its colours. Elmer and Wilbur Elmer loves practical jokes and so does his cousin, Wilbur. That is, until Elmer has an idea that will bring Wilbur back down to Earth, in more ways than one. Elmer on stilts The hunters are coming and all the elephants are worried. Elmer, the patchwork elephant, comes up with a plan to outwit the hunters but things don't turn out quite as planned. Elmer series Any two titles read from this series can be included as official Challenge books; up to five more titles can be included as your personal choice books.
Elmer's special day It's almost Elmer's Day again for the elephants and they have begun their preparations already. But, in all the excitement, they are making an awful lot of noise and upsetting the other animals. So, Elmer changes the rules and invites every single animal to join in the parade. Emily and Alfie Emily and Alfie are two young penguins. They venture into an ice cave against their father's advice and nearly lose their lives. Emily Green's garden Emily Green lives in a perfectly lovely house, in a perfectly lovely street where people are always busy and bustling, hurried and hustling.
One day Emily Green decides she wants to bring the outside into her home. She catches a glimpse of something green on the pavement, and visits the library to learn more about plants. Soon she has created something magical. She just needs to share it with others. Emily's Rapunzel hair Seven stories about childhood experiences. The link is Emily's determination to have 'Rapunzel hair'.
Emperor's new clothes, The A retelling of the much-loved fairy tale, with surprises under each lift-up flap. Empty A little girl finds she has an emptiness. She embarks on a journey of friendship, music and giving, and along the way she finds her own joyful fulfilment. Empty city, The A little boy has extraordinary adventures, or does he just imagine them, when he is separated from his mother in the crockery section of the shops. Emu's Halloween Emu wants to have a truly terrifying Halloween party but is worried that it will be as scary as a lamington.
Luckily, her friends are there to ensure that Emu has the most spooktacular night of the year. Encyclopedia of Grannies Grannies come in all shapes and sizes, and with different hobbies, moods, wrinkles and sayings. This encyclopedia of grannies shows us that loving and caring for others is just one of the many things grannies do. Enormous turnip, The A retelling of the much-loved fairy tale, with surprises under each lift-up flap. Eric the liontamer Eric collects animals to perform in his circus presentation. The edition is a waterproof and tear-resistant picture book.
Eva's imagination Eva doesnt know what an imagination is. With the help of her dog, Chops, Eva goes on a hunt to find it. A delightful story about the power of imagination. Eve and Elly Elly is Eve's toy elephant and her best friend. When Elly goes missing, Eve is the one who is lost.
Her dad will do anything to cheer her up so he tells Eve what adventures her toy has been having. Dad's tall tale turns little Elly into a towering hero. All is quiet until Alfie hears drip, drip, drip. It's raining inside and the drip becomes a downpour. Maureen's parents save the day but only Alfie can work out what's worrying Annie Rose.
Ever so, ever so When baby, Susan, is brought home from hospital, all the family think she is ever so cute and ever so wonderful except her sister. Everything you You're every wish answered, our hearts, how they grew A cute story about different animal families welcoming babies into their lives. Everywhere Bear, The We meet the members of class one. There are Ollie and Holly and Josie and Leo and April and Theo and April, and the everywhere bear, who goes home with one of them each weekend. All goes well until the everywhere bear is in the backpack of the new boy, Matt and tumbles out onto the street.
So begins a series of adventures, wild and breathtaking, for the bear and for the young reader. Excuse me! Martha May has marvellous manners. She always says please and thank you But what will happen on the day of the Baked Bean Bonanza?! Exotic tropical fish Marine life for young readers Very simple text with full page photographic illustrations that teach about marine life such as exotic tropical fish.
Fabulous friend machine, The Popcorn is, quite simply, the friendliest chicken at Fiddlesticks Farm. When she finds a Fabulous Friend Machine in the barn, Popcorn sets about making some brand new friends. But, behind the screen of the Fabulous Friend Machine, maybe her new friends are not so friendly after all.
Family forest Families come in all shapes and sizes, with half-sisters, big brothers, step-parents. While some kids have a family tree, others have a family forest. Fat Pat Pat is a pampered pet until a visit to the vet has him on a diet. However Pat feels that his family doesn't love him any more and runs away. Feeling sad Duck and little toy Dudley are feeling very sad. It is cold, cloudy and wet with not the smallest ray of sunshine. Frog tells her that the clouds will pass and she must look ahead.
She does, and Duck feels happy in her new world full of colour. Feelings An array of feelings are explored through the pages of Aliki's picture book using all kinds of illustrations and situations. It is a delightful book to share. Fergal Onions Fergal Onions has a television in every room and his life is shaped by the television schedule. One morning, he hears his young neighbour playing a tune on her violin and, in his quest to find out the origin of the familiar music, he discovers there's more to life than TV.
Fergus and Delilah It is Delilah's first day at the park. She slides, climbs, swings and dances, making friends with a variety of different children. However, despite her best efforts, one boy keeps shooing her away. Delilah tries everything to be his friend. Finding granny Edie's Granny is a perfect Granny - she's warm, loving and all things fun! But then she has a stroke, and suddenly, the Granny that Edie knows isn't there anymore. Or is she? A heart-warming story of love and hope But, one night, Monkey Moon is nowhere to be found and Michael's search for him goes way beyond the toy box.
But she still could Once upon a time there was a dear little girl called Peony. That's P. And it's me. I live in a Castle with my Dragon whose name is Totts. That's T. S And that makes me a Princess if you really want to know. First day It's the first day of school, but who is most nervous about the big day, a little girl, her doll or her mum. First day at school, The The first day at school contains new experiences and can be a bit scary. Simple illustrations and relevant language will help younger students. Fish and their babies Marine life for young readers Very simple text with full page photographic illustrations that teach about fish and their babies.
Fish that hide Marine life for young readers Very simple text with full page photographic illustrations that teach about marine life such as fish that hide. Fix-it man, The When things break, who do you get to fix them? The Fix-It Man of course! It's handy having a dad who can fix just about anything. But what happens to broken hearts when sticky tape and super glue are not enough? Together, a young girl and her father face grief and heartache, and discover that love can sometimes be the best glue of all.
Flame stands waiting Flame is a beautiful, golden carousel horse with a sad heart. Unlike the other horses, Flame is built to stand still. Children choose to ride on the turning, dancing horses and Flame is left waiting. One day, a little girl, who has always dreamed of riding the beautiful horses, comes to ride the carousel. Flip-up fairy tales series Retelling of well-known fairy tales.
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It was just the two of them after all. So when Lucy finds a bird with a broken wing, she's sure she can fix him too. But not everything that's broken can be fixed. Fly went by, A A mad dash of animals appears to be started by one fly going by. This predictable, rhyming text supports early readers and deals with unfounded fears in a humorous way.
Fly-in fly-out Dad Australia is a vast land and some workers must travel thousands of miles to do their job. These people have become known as the fly in, fly out workers, with most staying on-site for weeks at a time, then flying back to their families and loved ones to spend quality time at home.
Food for thought Shapes, colours, numbers, letters and opposites are all illustrated quaintly with fruit and vegetables. Footpath flowers On a walk with her father, a little girl collects wild flowers while her distracted Dad pays her and their surroundings little attention. Each flower becomes a gift and both giver and receiver are transformed by their encounter. Wordless picture book. For every child Fourteen of the most pertinent rights of the child, carefully chosen from the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, and retold simply.
Each right has been interpreted in a stunning double-page spread by some of the world's most acclaimed artists. But, first, there are places they simply must see and things they absolutely must do. So, Fox and Goldfish embark on a wordless adventure. Frances series Any two books from this series may be read as Challenge books and up to five more can be read as personal choice books.
Freshwater Habitats of the world Simple text, suitable for an independent reader, with beautifully presented photographic illustrations, looking at examples of the plant and animal life that inhabit fresh water. Includes good information, a glossary of terms and an index. Frida and Bear Friends, Frida and Bear, love to draw. One day, when Bear can't think of anything to draw, Frida draws him a shape to finish. This leads to an exciting game with some unexpected and entertaining results.
Friends An appealing story about two friends who look after each other. Friends for keeps series Any two titles read from this series can be included as official Challenge books; up to five more titles can be included as your personal choice books. Friends of Apple Street, The On Apple Street, the sun is shining and six friends are each doing what they like best of all. But, then pitter, patter, plop, splat, it's raining in Apple Street. Yhe six friends might have to change their plans.
Frog and Beaver Every morning Frog woke up from under his leaf and looked out over a beautiful river. Frog shared the river with his friends; the ducks and their ducklings. Everyone lived happily together. It was perfect. Everything changes when a young beaver comes swimming down the river, announcing this will be the ideal place for him to build his first dam.
Frog endeavours to negotiate with Beaver but he shows total disregard for all the other creatures. Will all the the previously happy inhabitants survive the flood created by Beaver's dam? From kitten to cat How do they grow Beautifully-illustrated book tracing the growth from kitten to cat and how to look after them. Includes an index and contents. Gently Bentley A romp of a picture book about a rough and tumble bear who creates troubles for his friends, Squeaky and Bun.
George saves the world by lunchtime With Grandpa's help, George helps to save the world by lunchtime. Full of practical hints that you can do at home that will have a positive global effect and make you feel good too. Geronimo: The penguin who thought he could fly Meet Geronimo, the baby penguin who has one dream and one dream only, and that is to fly!
But everyone knows penguins can't fly, or can they? With a little help from his dad and friends, baby Geronimo discovers that even the wildest of dreams can come true. Little Bear doesn't mind, at least, while his mother is out of the room. Gift, The A rather plain bear sits next to a gorgeous plush crocodile in the toy shop among all of the special Christmas toys.
As each waits to be chosen, Brown Bear makes his own gift to his friend. Ginger Green play date queen: The new friend Ginger is playing with Skye today. But what happens when Skye won't let her dad leave? A story of two new friends, sharing their love of dance and overcoming being shy. Giraffe problems Edward the giraffe can't understand why his neck is as long and bendy and ridiculous as it is. No other animal has a neck this absurd.
He's tried disguising it, dressing it up, strategically hiding it behind bushes, anything he can think of. But just when he's exhausted his neck-hiding options, a turtle ambles in and tries to help him understand that his neck has a purpose and looks excellent in a bow tie. Giraffes can't dance Gerald, the giraffe, desperately wants to be able to dance with all the animals at the Jungle Dance.
But, the other jungle animals laugh at him because he can't dance. Perhaps Gerald is just dancing to a different tune. Even to the creek, where she and her brothers go adventuring. But - oh no, something terrible happens. Go to sleep, Jessie Ever since baby Jessie moved into her big sister's room, she wakes and she screams and screams. Nothing will make her sleep. Not a teddy. Not a changed nappy. Not even a bedtime story. Gobbling tree, The Join Zac and his friends as they try to retrieve their belongings from a tree that is determined to keep everything that lands in it.
Going on a school trip Georgia, a young schoolgirl who is blind, enjoys a school excursion. Going shopping Sara has muscular dystrophy and uses a wheelchair. Sara and Moya go shopping, have lunch and buy each other treats on their day out. Going to the volcano Dwayne and Jane-i want to see the volcano! They'll ride a great dance-o to see the volcano! And climb up a crane-o to see the volcano!
What could possible go wrong? Good dog Hank Hank is always a good dog, in his own special way. Good knight, sleep tight The young prince has a new baby sister who won't stop crying. A brave and loyal knight embarks on a quest to find the fluffiest and softest pillow in the land. Good Rosie Rosie is a good dog and a faithful companion to her owner, George. She likes taking walks with George and looking at the clouds together, but the closest she comes to another dog is when she encounters her reflection in her empty dog bowl, and sometimes that makes Rosie feel lonely.
One day George takes Rosie to the dog park, but the park is full of dogs that Rosie doesn't know, which makes her feel lonelier than ever. When big, loud Maurice and small, yippy Fifi bound over and want to play, Rosie's not sure how to respond. Is there a trick to making friends? And if so, can they all figure it out together? Goodnight, mice It's time for bed but four cheeky mice are skittering, scampering and scurrying, and don't seem very sleepy. Goodnight, numbers Numbers are all around us.
Snuggle up and see! Gordon's got a snookie Gordon, the new silverback gorilla at the zoo, cannot understand it. When the animals discover he keeps a snookie, a security blanket, they bully him by teasing. He has tried his best but he thinks he is the loneliest animal in the whole zoo. Gorilla Feeling neglected because her parents are pre-occupied with their own problems, Hannah is a lonely girl who uses her imagination to bring her toy gorilla to life on the night before her birthday. Grace and Katie Twins Grace and Katie have only one thing in common: they love to draw!
But Grace likes her drawings to be neat and orderly, while Katie loves hers to be bright and bold. They each decide to create their own map. But that doesn't work out quite as well as they'd planned. Perhaps working together will help? Grandad's magic Alison loves Grandad's magic. She is shocked when, one Sunday, Grandad attempts his greatest trick of all and juggles with disaster. Grandma Oscar loves Grandma and their time together is always lots of fun. As she becomes less able to look after herself, she has to go into a care home.
Grandma's place For those of you lucky enough to have a grandmother, this book asks lots of questions about what your granny likes to eat and talk about, who she visits, what she's good at and lots of other things. Grandmother A special bond exists between a grandmother and her grandchild as they explore the overgrown jungle which is also grandmother's garden of memories. A wordless picture book told through beautiful collages.
Grandpa and Thomas Thomas and Grandpa go to the beach. The sun is shining, the gulls are screeching and the sea is singing. This lovely picture book gently unfolds the special relationship between a grandfather and his grandchild. Grandpa and Thomas and the green umbrella Plenty of adventure with Thomas and Grandpa when they spend a day at the beach. They read stories, plant flowers and play dress-ups. One day, Georgie decides they should swap roles. Find out what Georgie and Grandpa Baby get up to, now that Georgie is in charge. Grandpa's big adventure I'm afraid of the water but Grandpa loves it, and he's teaching me to swim.
If I can swim, maybe I'll have adventures like him one day. Grandpa's cardigan Grandma decides Grandpa needs a new cardigan. He agrees, so Grandma gives his old one away. But, finding just the right new cardigan to replace his favourite proves difficult for Grandpa. When he finds one, Grandma is in for a surprise. Grandpa's noises Grandpa makes a lot of noises! His back creaks. His knees crack. His hearing aid squeals. He's always talking to someone about something. And then there are the sounds that his bottom makes! Join Grandpa on his daily adventures and see if you can understand what all his noises mean!
Grandpa's shorts When the family invite Grandma and Grandpa to the beach, Grandpa begins to hunt for his beach shorts.