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Pip is enjoying playing at Posy’s house so much he forgets to use the potty... The first in a new series from the illustrator of the Gruffalo that covers toddlers’ every day experiences.
Paul Faustino, South America's top football journalist, relates the incredible story of the mysterious “El Gato”, the best goalkeeper in the world.
Babies love to chatter with their toys and in these books, you can make the puppet talk back. Great to encourage children in their speaking and listening.
Harry and his Hopper have done everything together since Hopper was a jumpy little puppy, but one day Harry gets home and Hopper isn't there. A touching illustrated story about dealing with grief.
The inspiring story of Liverpool captain Gerrard’s rise to fame, adapted from the adult biography for younger football fans. Still a lengthy read at 256 pages, so recommended for keen readers only!
Comic books can be a great way of interesting children who aren’t enthusiastic readers. Use the power of comics to boost literacy with these fun activities. Click here.
All our downloadable activities in one place. Spot the difference, Colouring, Craft, Mazes, Wordsearches and lots more. Click here.
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