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By Voake, Charlotte
Book. English.
Published London: Walker, 2008
The egg that Mrs Goose hatches doesn't turn out quite as she expects. The unusual hatchling won't eat grass and refuses to swim. Mrs Goose seems to be...

By Broad, Michael
Paperback. English.
Published London: Hodder Children's, 2010
Monty the elephant is given two things to remember: to stay with the herd and that Mama loves him. But when he sees something blue and bright, he forgets...

By Waddell, Martin
Paperback. English.
Published London: Walker, 2009
A little girl and her mum go for a walk along the sea shore in the evening and watch the lights in the bay. The moon shines on them and they splash and...

By Ritchie, Alison
Paperback. English.
Published London: Little Tiger, 2010
Little Bear's mum is so clever, she can do just about anything. She can roar and skate and swim like a fish, and she's never afraid of the dark. But the...

By Willis, Jeanne
Hardback. English.
Published London: Walker, 2008
Sometimes Little Chick is naughty and sometimes Little Chick is sad. But no matter what he says or does - from jumping in muddy puddles to coming last...

By Martinez, Liz
Paperback. English.
Published London: Bloomsbury, 2009
This is a story for people who think that witches these days are completely extinct. Someone you know really well might be a witch, like your Mum

By Weston, Carrie
Paperback. English.
Published London: Scholastic, 2010
The little crocodile would like a family to play with and to cuddle. But whenever he approaches, the other animals all shout, 'Snip-o-dile, snap-o-dile...

By Fearnley, Jan
Book. English.
Published London: Walker, 2004

By Clarke, Jane, 1954-
Book. English.
Published London: Simon and Schuster, 2006
It's Trumpet's birthday, but he is feeling rather out of sorts, and soon a bit of bickering with his sister Tilly escalates into a giant tantrum. Trumpet...

By Stott, Ann, 1964-
Book. English.
Published London: Walker, 2011
Children love the idea of growing up and doing things on their own. It's fun to dress, read and take showers like a big kid. But it's a little scary,...
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