Explore the beautiful city of Paris in this stylish big picture dictionary from Ingela P. Arrhenius.
From the banks of the Seine to the top of the Eiffel Tower, there's so much to see in Paris! Visit lively neighbourhoods, famous museums and trendy bistros in this gorgeous picture book from Ingela P. Arrhenius. With striking illustrations of everything from iconic landmarks to the traditional French croissant, this is a stylish gift for any fan of the City of Light.
A Parisian pigeon passionate about people makes a new friend - with gentle themes of community and inclusivity.
Hugo the pigeon has an important job. He looks after the park and everyone who lives there. Everyone except for the Somebody whose curtains are never open. But one day, Hugo is so busy doing his showing-off dance that he doesn't see the dog approaching ... and Somebody has to fly to the rescue!
A charming story about community and the value of friendship, beautifully brought to life by Birgitta Sif's energetic illustrations.
Did your dad used to be cool? Wondering what happened to his rock band playing, skateboarding days? This funny and relatable story shows children how their parents are still cool after all, even if it's not in quite the same way!
**Nominated for the 2021 CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal**
'A masterwork, every page a sumptuous feast of colour and composition' - Financial Times, Summer Books of 2020
The lyrical, heart-warming new tale from the award-winning designer and creator of The Fox and the Star
Bird loves to sing in the towering tree at the heart of the jungle. It feels like home.
When the season changes she must say goodbye, but she isn't ready to let go.
As she listens to the other animals, Bird learns to sing a new song.
The third title in the best-selling Claris series from the acclaimed fashion illustrator Megan Hess
An arresting tale that feels both timeless and timely. A group of friends make their home in a forest. After years of happiness, the community begins to build houses and walls. Soon the adults are not curious about the world beyond. Can the children save the last tree?