How to Wash A Woolly Mammoth by Michelle Robinson and Kate Hindley . A charming story which really engages the child's imagination. A point to remember is never go get soap in the woolly mammoth's eyes!
Superworm. Another good read from Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Very exciting with lots of 'Oh no!' and 'what will happen next?'. Who would have thought a worm could be a hero?
Open Very Carefully: A Book with Bite by Nick Bromley. A really fun idea that a scary crocodile gets into the wrong book and the reader has to help get rid of him.
Cops and Robbers by Alan & Janet Ahlberg. More robbers! Very entertaining. The robbers find out that crime doesn't pay! Look out for Grandma Swag!
Monkey Puzzle by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. A very colourfully illustrated tale about a little monkey who has become separated from his mum. There is a happy ending naturally!
A Dark Dark Tale by Ruth Brown. A story which can be made as scary as you like but which has an excellent ending to make you jump and laugh at the same time.
The Paper Dolls by Julia Donaldson. A lovely book to set a child thinking.
Sharing a Shell by Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks. A very colourful and beautifully illustrated book which teaches a very useful lesson about sharing.
What's in the Witch's Kitchen by Nick Sharratt. This is very appealing to small boys who like things which are a touch revolting! Very funny.
We still love the Mog books especially this one and always laugh at Bunny's misadventures, especially when he ends up in Mog's drinking bowl.