Marjorie Flack, illustration for "The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes" by DuBose Heyward. I checked this book out of the school library so many times when I was little. This was my favorite illustration in it--all the baby bunnies in the bassinet.
by Marta Altés. This is the story of a likeable, well-meaning and irrepressible dog and the mystery surrounding his name. Simple, short and punchy, this is a picture book children (and adults) will want to read again and again.
Wind or Rain? Which do you prefer? You can pick and choose! Rotate the child's head on each page to show if they are happy or sad. What about you? Open-ended questions mean that each reading of the book will be different. Bookshop: www.childs-play.com/bookshop/9781846432408.html
What theme would you like for your party? What do we need to prepare? And who’s going to help? Helping with real tasks is a natural progression from pretend play, and is a crucial stage in a child’s development. Bookshop: www.childs-play.com/bookshop/9781846434136.html
It's night-time in the Animal Kingdom and time for all the animal children to go to bed. But animal children are every bit as restless as their human counterparts. How do their parents help them to sleep?