Superstar illustrator Nick Sharratt takes inspiration from a celebration of the winter solstice in this charming and colourful Little Gem. On a dark winter’s evening at the end of December, something strange is happening in the school playground. Lessons finished long ago, but there are lots of children still at school and they’re all carrying … clocks! Clocks of every shape and size – big, small, round and square, heart-shaped, star-shaped. What’s going on? Join the children and find out as they celebrate the winter solstice on the shortest day of the year – marching through the town in the Carnival of the Clocks!
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Super Silly Museums PB
Going to the museum has never been so much fun! Much-loved illustrator Nick Sharratt invites you to stroll around eight magnificently silly museums, in this picture-book giggle-fest that will keep children entertained for hours. Sturdy fold-out pages open to reveal a feast of laughs, silliness, dreadful puns and crazy objects. Step inside the super-stinky Poo-seum, to discover some totally bonkers toilets. Keep super-quiet at the Snoozeum, where all the animals are asleep. You won’t believe your eyes at the Confuseum, with its brain-boggling optical illusions! There’s even a museum for you to fill in yourself: the amazing All-About-YOU-seum, where you can draw and write all about YOU! Open the sturdy fold-out pages to find a feast of silly things to giggle at Children will love poring over these fun-filled pages, and laughing at all the puns. Have fun filling in the final museum that’s all about YOU! What’s your favourite food? And your lucky number? What will you look like when you grow up? What would your superpower be? Nick Sharratt is one of the UK’s favourite and most acclaimed illustrators. His bestselling titles include the hugely popular Ketchup on your Cornflakes?; The Cat and the King and the You Choose series. He is also the illustrator of the bestselling novels by Jacqueline Wilson and has won every major award for his illustration. Nick has even been presented with a gold Blue Peter badge!
Unicorn . . . Moonicorn . . . Covered-in-Green-Goo-nicorn! Who’ll be your favourite unicorn, in Nick Sharratt’s gloriously silly lift-the-flap book? Will it be the Covered-in-Green-Goo-nicorn? The Sparkly Rainbow Poo-nicorn? Or even the Cock-a-Doodle-Doo-nicorn? With bright, bold illustrations and sturdy pages, this very funny lift-the-flap book will be a hit with all young unicorn fans. Fabulously colourful pictures and sturdy flaps to lift – perfect for small hands A fold-out page at the end reveals the Choo-choo-nicorn, with seven rainbow-coloured unicorns waving from the train Silver foil on the cover makes this a perfect gift Previous books in this hugely popular series include Elephant Wellyphant, Octopus Socktopus and Moo-Cow, Kung-Fu Cow – all now available in board book format Praise for Elephant Wellyphant: “Ridiculous, but excellent fun” Guardian The original idea for Unicorn Moonicorn came from schoolgirl Phoebe Tinkler, a young fan of Nick Sharratt’s, who was inspired by his earlier classic, Elephant Wellyphant. Nick Sharratt is one of the UK’s favourite and most acclaimed illustrators. His much-loved titles include the hugely popular Ketchup on your Cornflakes?, The Cat and the King and the You Choose series. He is also the illustrator of the bestselling novels by Jacqueline Wilson and has won every major award for his illustration. Nick has even been presented with a gold Blue Peter badge!
Shark In The Park
A sturdy board book edition of this bestselling story – perfect for the youngest readers to sink their teeth into! Timothy Pope, Timothy Pope, what can you see through your telescope?Is there really a shark in the park? Go on, be brave, open the book and see!Timothy Pope has a brand new telescope and he’s testing it out in the park. Peep through the die-cut holes in this book to see if you can spy a shark. Is that really a shark? Turn the page and find out . . . A delightful, entertaining story – with its rhyming story and ingenious die-cut pages, this is a book children will want to read again and again.