Berty Dumbridge is not a nice man. Every day he offends someone because they are different to him. Berty Dumbridge doesn't know any better.
A beautifully illustrated story for small children - especially those who are afraid of water!
"Throughout the whole shadowy world of monsters, dragons and demons there is no figure so dreaded and loathed and yet wrapped in such a terrible fascination as..."
This charming book with its delightful illustrations will encourage everyone to make the best of themselves and their abilities and recognise the power of kindness.
A Hilltop in Jymbob traces a day-long adventure of a young, carefree boy
Zac, a young boy of seven, has his first tooth fall out.
Bronwyn loves animals. An appealing tale about the joy of owning a pet.
Dinah van Altena has written A Place to Talk as a way to encourage children to talk to the adult who read the story to them.
Can blackbirds fly? Will William really burst if he eats too much? Do mice make friends with teddy bears? Children's questions - and those they haven't yet thought of - are
A charming, beautifully illustrated tale to help young readers understand the countryside.
Little Abbey Mcfly must learn not to lie.
As when her lies grew her friends became few.
Is she lying again - or this time is what she said true?
This lovely rhythmic tale is of Darcy's night time adventures as she journeys into wonderful new places, meeting new friends.