Here's a selection of recent reviews our books have received.

Press reviews

See you later, Alligator!

This fun book has a finger puppet alligator which your toddler can mover throughout the story – once he has realised that it’s not actually real! The story introduces the...

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Twenty-Four Robbers

This is a wonderful version of a traditional skipping rhyme. Twenty-four robbers return to the same house again and again, and are taught that sharing is better than stealing. Each... BA(Ed) English Specialist, Durham University

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A Peacock on the Roof

A Peacock on the Roof has superb illustrations and a well-woven story with some detective work involved.

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My First Signs

When babies cry, you don’t always know what they want – but they may be able to tell you. Babies can coordinate their hand muscles long before they can speak and, if they...

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Customer reviews of our top sellers

Tilly's at home Holiday

You Say: a selection of fantastic online reviews of our book… Misc

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I'm a Monster!

“A board book that’s also a mask? What a wonderful idea! The Look At Me range are a series of books you can hold over your face to pretend to be a robot, or a monster; an... Child-Led Chaos

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The Boy who lost his Bumble

5 stars for this topical and charming story, beautifully illustrated. Lovely to read with children and the illustrations are so good it can feel like you see something new and different... Katie Penney, United Kingdom

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A friend sent this book to my older two girls (3.5 and 1.5) as a present as I've just had a 3rd (girl). I read it to my eldest this evening and she LOVED it. She wanted it again but... Rebecca Joanne Leek

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