Young kids often go through several books a day. How do we feed their hunger for reading?
Here are our Top 5 books for your Under Five!
It is a very busy day at Peppa and George's playgroup, but they have a very special visitor coming in the afternoon. Miss Rabbit is going to teach the children how to calm down and relax with yoga.
Young readers love learning all the different positions.
This is not a book - it's a laptop, a pair of hands to clap, a toolbox! Each spread of this book is actually something else entirely, challenging young readers to see things quite differently!
Turning the page and finding a full-sized image of piano keys will invite children to swing the book on its side for imaginative play; turning the page again to find a monster with its mouth wide open will prompt children to use the book to chomp everything around them! The result stretches beyond the pages of this book, prompting readers to think creatively about other objects in their daily lives.
Annie said to the animals, "Please stand in a line. I'm painting my alphabet. Come one at a time! First Aardvark and Bear and Crocodile too. Not yet, Zebra. I'm not ready for you."
Annie wants to paint an alphabet using her animals, but Zebra simply can't wait until the end for his time to shine. Sneakiness, silly costumes and plain pushiness doesn't get him anywhere - but he has to learn to wait his turn!
Esther spies a rainbow peeking out from under her chair and then it's gone. She looks for colours in everything she sees, finding a different rainbow colour each day of the week - but will she find her rainbow again? A warm and joyous family story about exploring the world, from two award-winning creators. 'A sweet book for children aged three to six, which teaches rainbow-specific hues as well as the days of the week.'
I want to be a hero and a really super one, so my mum sewed my undies with an S upon the bum.
Sometimes superheroes get everything right and effortlessly save the world, and sometimes they don't.
A wonderfully warm and funny celebration of imagination, play, and the importance of having a good sidekick.