Jill Tomlinson - The Otter Who Wanted to Know
Pat is a little sea otter. She likes floating in the sea and asking lots and lots of questions. One day, Pat’s quiet life is turned upside down when she gets caught in a scary adventure. Suddenly, she doesn’t have time to ask questions. This time, Pat has to find out things for herself.
Veronika Marék - Boribon the Teddy Bear
Once upon a time there were two brothers, Fred and Ned. They weren't much like each other, except for one thing - neither of them looked after their toys. Then their mum gave them Boribon, so they could play with him.
L. Frank Baum - The Emerald City of Oz
For the first time in more than eighty years, the most spectacularly illustrated of all the Oz books is available again with the metallic "emerald" green ink that illuminated the color plates of the original edition. Join Dorothy and the Wonderful Wizard as they take Aunt Em and Uncle Henry on a fabulous tour of Oz. During their journey they encounter such amazing and amusing people as King Kleaver with his Spoon Brigade and Miss Cuttenclip of the land of paper dolls. But while Dorothy and her friends play, the wicked Nome King has joined forces with the terrible Whimsies, the fearsome Growleywogs, and the evil Phanfasms in a plot to capture the Emerald City. Will Dorothy's friends discover the danger before it's too late? All the enchantment of Oz is here for a whole new generation to discover in this deluxe new edition featuring ninety black-and-white pictures and sixteen dazzling five-color plates by Oz artist John R. Neill. Afterword by Peter Glassman.
Dr. Seuss - Thidwick the Big-Hearted Moose
Thidwick the big-hearted moose is happy his antlers "can be of some use" to a menagerie of animals who move in and make themselves at home. "A host has to put up with all kinds of pests. For a host, above all, must be kind to his guests." With his unique combination of hilarious stories, zany pictures and riotous rhymes, Dr. Suess has been delighting young children and helping them learn to read for over fifty years. Creator of the wonderfully anarchic Cat in the Hat, and ranked among the UK's top ten favourite children's authors, Dr. Seuss is a global best-seller, with nearly half a billion books sold worldwide. As part of a major rebrand programme, HarperCollins is relaunching Dr. Seuss's best-selling books. In response to consumer demand, bright new cover designs incorporate much-needed guidance on reading levels. The standard paperbacks divide into three reading strands -- Blue Back Books for parents to share with young children, Green Back Books for budding readers to tackle on their own, and Yellow Back Books for older, more fluent readers to enjoy. This is a Yellow Back book.
Dr. Seuss - Wacky Wednesday
A baffled youngster awakens one morning to find everything's out of place, but no one seems to notice! Beginning readers will have fun discovering all the wacky things wrong on each page while sharpening their ability to observe, as well as to read.
Beatrix Potter - The Tale of Benjamin Bunny
One morning a little rabbit sat on a bank. He pricked his ears and listened to the trit-trot, trit-trot of a pony. A gig was coming along the road; it was driven by Mr. McGregor, and beside him sat Mrs. McGregor in her best bonnet.
Nicholas Oldland - Big Bear Hug
A huge bear is wandering through the forest - but wait a minute! Who's that he's hugging? A beaver? And a moose? And a bird? And a tree? Welcome to the world of Big Bear Hug, a contemporary fable about a bear who has an appetite for hugging everything in sight - even creatures that bears have been known to eat. One day, the benevolent bear meets up with a human. This human proceeds to do something the bear cannot understand: he raises his axe and begins to cut down a tree. Suddenly the bear doesn't feel like hugging anymore and must make a difficult decision on how to stop this destruction in his forest. The environmental message of Big Bear Hug is both funny and powerful, while simple enough to engage very young children and show them the awesome power of a hug.
Ismeretlen szerző - Walt Disney - Brother Bear
Based on the popular Disney movie, this imaginative book follows the adventures of Kenai, a young boy who slays the bear that killed his older brother. When Kenai is transformed into a bear himself, his other brother, Denahi, assumes Kenai has been killed by the bear and hunts him down, unaware that he’s pursuing his own brother. To save himself, Kenai forges an unlikely friendship with his natural enemy, a grizzly cub named Koda. Through this unlikely alliance, Kenai discovers that brotherhood is often found in the most unlikely places.
Ismeretlen szerző - Walt Disney - Lion King II
In this long-awaited sequel to the wildly popular The Lion King, Simba rules Pride Land with Nala at his side. Simba and Nala’s high-spirited daughter, Kiara, slips beneath the watchful eye of caretakers Timon and Pumbaa, and wanders into the forbidden land. There, she befriends lion cub Kovu, son of Zira and a banished follower of Scar. Kiara uncovers Zira’s plan to raise Kovu to overthrow Simba, and helps her father win back the Circle of Life. Young readers will learn about the importance of family bonds and loyalties.
Ismeretlen szerző - Walt Disney - Oliver and Company
This adorable animated adaptation of Dickens' classic tale Oliver Twist tells the story of a gang of New York City dogs who help save the day for a little kitten without a home.
Shel Silverstein - The Missing Piece Meets the Big O
"The missing piece sat alone waiting for someone to come along and take it somewhere... "The different ones it encounters - and what it discovers in its helplessness - are portrayed with simplicity and compassion in the words and drawings of Shel Silverstein.
Éva Janikovszky - Basil and Barnabas
Lavender grows in Aunt Barbara's garden as grass grows elsewhere. Its scent fills the little cottage where Aunt Barbara lives with Uncle Balthasar and the two dachshunds. Here everything smells of lavender, but especially the dachshund twins, who romp about and play hide-and-seek in it all day long. Aunt Barbara lets them do it because she likes dachshunds even better than lavender, and of all dachshunds it is Basil and Barnabas she likes the best. Although it must be admitted, she has no other dachshunds.
Julia Donaldson - The Gruffalo
This rhythmic read-aloud par excellence follows a clever mouse on a walk through the deep dark wood, where he encounters several hungry inhabitants who want to make him their main course. Lacking size or strength as defenses, quick-witted Mouse instead taps the powers of his imagination to create the gruffalo, a "terrible creature with terrible claws, and terrible tusks in his terrible jaws." But will Mouse's frightful description be enough to ruin the appetites of his determined foes? After all, there's no such thing as a gruffalo. Oh, no??
Julia Donaldson - Room on the Broom
The witch and her cat fly happily over forests, rivers and mountains on their broomstick until a stormy wind blows away the witch's hat, bow and wand. They are retrieved by a dog, a bird and a frog, and each animal asks for a ride on the broom. One after the next climbs on, until the broom is so heavy that it snaps in two! What will happen next as they tumble into a bog and meet a greedy dragon?
Dr. Seuss - The Lorax
"Unless someone like you...cares a whole awful lot...nothing is going to get better...It's not." Long before saving the earth became a global concern, Dr. Seuss, speaking through his character the Lorax, warned against mindless progress and the danger it posed to the earth's natural beauty.
Shirley Barber - Tales From Martha B. Rabbit
Join Martha B. Rabbit and all her friends in three wonderful forest adventures: Martha B. Rabbit and the Unexpected Guest, Martha B. Rabbit and those Wicked Rats Again, and Martha B. Rabbit and Daphne the Forgetful Duck.
Tove Jansson - The Moomins and the Great Flood
The Moomins and the Great Flood is the first book about the Moomins, originally published in 1945. It´s the story about Moominmamma and Moomintroll´s search for the missing Moominpappa and how they found their way to the Moominvalley.