Dodos Are NOT Extinct! by Paddy Donnelly, Yeehoo Press, February 2022 Dodos are extinct, right? Wrong! Prepare to have your mind blown as Paddy Donnelly reveals they've actually been hiding all this time. And it's not just the dodos! Find out what other creatures have been right under your nose and discover how they blend in. My family and I are absolutely mad about this book. The almost-five-year-old loves funny and playful stories. The seven-year-old enjoys anything that el
The Girl Who Planted Trees by Caryl Hart and Anastasia Suvorova In this exceptional new story by Caryl Hart and Anastasia Suvorova, a little girl sees a lush green landscape in an old book her grandpa is reading. She wishes the nearby mountain was as beautiful. Grandpa explains that their mountain is the one in the picture; this is how it used to look before the trees were cut down by humans and all the animals disappeared. As the girl eats breakfast, an idea comes to her. If
A Fascinating Guide to Seasons Around the World by Vicky Woodgate, Dorling Kindersley, March 2022 Vicky Woodgate creates the most magnificent fact books. They include an enormous amount of incredibly varied and entertaining information AND every page is beautifully illustrated. We are huge fans of The Magic of Sleep and were delighted when the latest in this exciting new nonfiction series, The Magic of Seasons, arrived. This book takes readers around the globe (and the galaxy
There is nothing I can say about this book that will adequately describe how STUNNING it is and no photos could ever do it justice either. It’s definitely one of the most magnificent and impressive books I’ve ever held in my hands. You need to get a copy (as soon as possible!) and see it for yourself. Every time you think Time to Move South for Winter can't get any more beautiful, you turn a page and are proven wrong. This story documents the migratory journeys of terns and s
Curious Creatures Glowing in the Dark by Zoë Armstrong and Anja Sušanj, Flying Eye Books "Our towns, cities and motorways glitter with electric light. Light that helps us to see, light that grabs attention and light that warns of danger.
But humans use clunky equipment and the Earth’s resources to do what some extraordinary animals have evolved to do all by themselves. In nooks and crannies and under the sea, there are creatures that make their own light and use it just lik
Ten reasons why we love this book... We're thrilled to be the first stop on the two-week blog tour for Huwie the Apple Tree by Dolores Keaveney. During lockdown last summer, Dolores wrote and illustrated this gorgeous book, which demonstrates how hope can blossom even in challenging times. Inspired by real events, this is about Huwie, a little boy who sows a tiny seed and is amazed as it transforms into a magnificent tree. Huwie is based on Dolores’ grandson, who planted and