The Mud Fairy

Written and illustrated by Amy Young

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Wearing pink and tiptoing through the dewdrops is for wimps! Emmelina would rather play with her friends, the frogs. But can a fairy with an independent streak earn her wings if she goes against the fairy code? Warm, humorous, and with just the right amount of pink (and mud), here's a book that will capture the hearts of girly-girls and tomboys alike.

Lion's Lullaby

Written by Mij Kelly and illustrated by Holly Clifton-Brown

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With the help of hugs and lullabies, a young girl tucks her stuffed animals into bed, one by one, in this cuddly good-night read. Holly Clifton-Brown's soft palette and adorable illustrations paired with Mij Kelly's comforting rhyming text set the perfect tone for bedtime.

Ike's Incredible Ink

Written and illustrated by Brianne Farley

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Cleaning his room and talking to his best friend while preparing to write what he knows will be an incredible story, little Ike discovers that he is missing just the right ink to get his project underway, a need that requires extraordinary effort to fulfill.

Brown Rabbit in the City

Written and illustrated by Natalie Russell

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5.0

Brown Rabbit takes the bus to visit his best friend in the city, but the visit does not go as Brown Rabbit expected.

Caterpillar Dreams

Written and illustrated by Clive McFarland

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6.0

The Very Hungry Caterpillar meets Giraffes Can’t Dance in this sweet coming of age story about finding one’s courage. All Henri the Caterpillar has is a dream. It’s an amazing, incredible, impossible dream. And to chase it, Henri will have to leave the safety of his garden and embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Written and illustrated by the award-winning creator of A Bed for Bear, Clive McFarland, Caterpillar Dreams is the inspiring story of what can happen when you dare to believe in yourself.

Bertie Wings It!

Written by Leslie Gorin and illustrated by Brendan Kearney

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5.0

Bertie the birdie knows: he's ready to fly from the nest and into the sky. But whenever he's about to take wing, his fellow feathered friends squawk at him to STOP and follow their advice instead. But not one of these "experts"--the persuasive penguin, the emu, or the kiwi--has ever actually flown! Will Bertie learn to trust his own instincts . . . and soar?

Shhh!

Written and illustrated by Valeri Gorbachev

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When baby brother is sleeping, it's time to be ever so quiet. There's no singing or jumping or laughing at all. Even the toys need to be quiet! The pirates stop firing their cannons, the knights stop fighting, even the tiger stops growling. But when baby wakes up . . . it's time to jump and laugh and sing again! And the knights begin to fight, the pirates fire up the cannons, and the tiger growls so loudly! Until it's time to be quiet once again. In this beautifully and expressively illustrated picture book, we celebrate the love between siblings as a big brother uses his imagination to calm his urge to cause a ruckus so that his little brother can sleep.

Roadman Boogie

Written and illustrated by Nikki Slade Robinson

The Roadman holds the stop-go sign as traffic passes by. He's hot and bored so starts to dance, making people smile. The weather turns quite stormy, the river floods the road. Traffic builds up behind his stop-go sign, what can the Roadman do? Why a giant Roadman Boogie ball! A great story to stomp and dance to.

Anywhere Artist

Written and illustrated by Nikki Slade Robinson

Anyone can make art anywhere, anytime, with anything! Follow a young artist as she moves through a number of natural environments, creating gorgeous artworks along the way from natural materials. Stunning hand-crafted illustrations with handlettered text. An ideal springboard for your own creations!

Muddle & Mo's Worm Surprise

Written and illustrated by Nikki Slade Robinson

Muddle is planning an extra-special picnic for best friend Mo. Muddle loves worms. Mo does not. Will Mo like Muddle's worm surprise picnic?

Muddle & Mo's Rainy Day

Written and illustrated by Nikki Slade Robinson

Beloved Muddle & Mo are back! It is a day for ducks, a lovely wet rainy day. But Mo hates the rain... or does he? Muddle shows Mo that sometimes it can be fun to try something new.

Muddle & Mo

Written and illustrated by Nikki Slade Robinson

Muddle is a little confused - is best friend Mo, a duck or a goat? Is Muddle a duck or a goat? Fortunately Mo helps him work everything out. A gentle book about friendship and accepting differences.