As a not so good cook, I need all the help I can get! Justine’s The Weeknight Cookbook takes all the stress out of dinnertime.
If your tween loves to go on an adventure, a bit of a laugh or to delve into a new series, then they are bound to want to jump into one of these books!
Community invites the reader to connect with people through food. This book isn’t just about cooking and eating; it is a celebration of cooking and coming together to share it.
It is a book to play games in, decorate, draw, use your imagination, connect the dots and count together; creating memories and looking back over the year and seeing how much you have changed together.
I love my mum because ‘she knows which colour I am on the inside.’ This interactive book is fun and heartwarming, encouraging your child to be creative and to share special time with their mamma.
The Go-Away bird sits in her nest looking strong and proud, and as other birds fly to the tree wanting to be friends, she sends them away. It is not until the Go-Away bird is visited by the Get-You bird that she realises how important friends are.
This book is gripping, confronting, overwhelming, engaging and perfect for teens and young adults.
Detective dog is on a mission to find the missing books from school. Another outstanding book by the talented Julia Donaldson