This unique book from The Reader offers a selection of prose and poetry especially suitable for reading aloud to children. It includes extracts ranging from modern day favourites (David Almond, Frank Cottrell Boyce, Neil Gaiman) to old classics (Kipling, Dickens, E. Nesbit), and features a foreword from Michael Morpurgo.
Why The Prawn’s Pink is a picture book complete with children’s activities that we hope you and your family will be able to enjoy over an ice cream or two, as well as at home to remind you of happy Salcombe summers at the Winking Prawn…
A short, rhyming children’s story about a seagull, inspired by holidays in the sunny South West of England, in a little place called Salcombe.
How You Know You’re a Zebra is a picture book for children about how the zebra
discovers who he is by trying on the patterns of lots of different animals. It is aimed at children aged 3-5 years old, but with a little something for parents to enjoy along the way!
A hand illustrated alphabet book