Big Trains, small trains, old trains, and new, rattling and whistling -- Choo, choo, choo! Preschoolers will chuckle as a wacky animal crew toots the whistle and treats them to the delights only a train journey can offer. Clickety-clack, whizz down the track, slow to a railroad crossing...
Trucks are tough and sturdy. They take on heavy loads, then thunder on their giant tyres down long and heavy roads. Rumble down the road with a team of chirpy animal truckers in this lively picture book. Zippy wordplay, zappy art, plus a picture dictionary make learning about trucks fun!..
When Andrew -- a second-hand-book dealer -- comes across a pile of photographs from police archives, he decides to exhibit them. But then the gallery is raided the day before the opening, and the photos seized with surprising violence. It soon becomes clear that someone, somewhere, wants to keep the..
Each with four bouncing characters, these unique books are sure to delight even the youngest readers. Children will love to read the simple text, pull the ribbons and bounce along with frog, squirrel, little bird and mouse and join in with lots of fun in the garden!..
Each with four bouncing characters, these unique books are sure to delight even the youngest readers. Children will love to read the simple text, pull the ribbons and bounce along with puppy, bunny, kitten and guinea pig and join in with lots of fun with the pets!..
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The Wilderness Years are over! But for how long?
Bridget's second diary takes us through a year that begins with man-of-her-dreams Mark Darcy (who never does the washing up) and lurches onwards through a sea of self-help books and lunatic advice from her mad friends. Strugglin..
The twentieth stunning book from the lauded bestselling author, Joanna Trollope.
The day Stacey Grant loses her job feels like the last day of her life. Or at least, the only life she'd ever known. For who was she if not a City high-flyer, Senior Partner at one of the top private equity firms in Lo..
With the flair for narrative and the meticulous research that readers have come to expect, Andrew Marr turns his attention to the monarch - and to the monarchy, chronicling the Queen's pivotal role at the centre of the state, which is largely hidden from the public gaze, and making a strong case for..