JANUARY’S NEW BOOKS for 0-5 year olds

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Exercise is fun, especially when it’s at Grampy Rabbit’s jungle gym class! Peppa and her friends use their imaginations to explore a crocodile-infested swamp and escape from dinosaurs with Grampy Rabbit.






THE KING CAT by Marta AltesThe King Cat Cover

 A new arrival can be hard, even for a cat.

Meet a cat ho is the king of his house, until something terrible happens! Someone else arrives and they are dribbly and disgusting. Will king cat ever get used to having a dog around?





i'll wait mr pandaI’LL WAIT MR PANDA by Steve Antony 

Mr Panda is making a big surprise. What is it? The animals must wait and see.

But waiting is BORING.

Only one little penguin has the patience and politeness to stick around. Will he be rewarded?

 WIN! I’ll Wait, Mr Panda



PIG THE FIBBER by Aaron BlabeyPig the Fibber

Pig the Pug is back and this time he is telling great big lies. From shattered vases to stinky parps, when Pig gets into trouble he always blames his long-suffering friend, Trevor. But when Pig comes up with a super sneaky plan to steal all of the tasty treats he pays the price for his fibs. Will Pig the Pug learn his lesson at last?




Terrible TimTERRIBLE TIM by Katie Haworth, illustrated by Laura Hughes

Tim doesn’t mean to be terrible, he just likes to draw, and roar and splash! But at the end of a hectic day, he also loves to cuddle up!






 VERY LITTLE CINDERELLA by Teresa Heapy & Sue Heapcinderella

Just like her pal, Red Riding Hood, Very Little Cinderella is little. Very little. But she’s got a very BIG personality and one way or another she usually seems to bend others to her will. Albeit very charmingly.

Join Very Little Cinderella on her very important mission: to go to the party that her Ugly Sisters are off to and to wear the outfit of her choice – however crazy it may be!

With a Big Blue Scooter, an array of fabulous frocks and a Fairy Godmother for a babysitter what could go wrong? Find out in this fantastic fairytale twist.


bertie and blueBLUE & BERTIE by Kristyna Litten

Bertie the giraffe’s life runs over very straight lines. He always has the same breakfast. He always takes the same stroll. He always takes his nap under the same tree. But then, one day, Bertie oversleeps and is left behind by the rest of his herd, and his life begins to take some very unexpected turns…

Blue & Bertie is the first author-illustrated picture book from acclaimed artist, Kristyna Litten

You can find the animated book trailer here!


STANLEY THE AMAZING KNITTING CAT by Emily MackenzieStanley The Amazing Knitting Cat

Stanley LOVES to knit. He knocks up pom-poms at breakfast time, whips up bobble hats at bath time. He even knits in his sleep! And what does Stanley do with his wonderful woollies? He gives them to his friends of course – balaclavas for bunnies, neckwarmers for giraffes and much more besides.

But when Stanley gets carried away with his dream of winning the Woolly Wonders Competition, he has to decide what’s more important – his knitting or his friends?

Another fabulously funny story from the creator of Wanted! Ralfy Rabbit, Book Burglar.
Perfect for creative kids everywhere!


SOCKS_COVER_v4.inddODD SOCKS by Michelle Robinson and Rebecca Ashdown

Odd Socks is an epic love story that starts in a sock drawer, from award-winning author Michelle Robinson and up-and-coming illustrator Rebecca Ashdown.

Suki and Sosh love their life. Each day they go to work together on their pair of feet, and each night they snuggle together in their sock drawer. But then disaster strikes: Sosh spots that Suki has a hole. Darn it! Sure enough, his warm, woolly wife starts to unravel, until one day Suki is nowhere to be found. The rest of the underwear warn him not to go it alone – no one likes an odd sock. But Sosh swears to find her.

This warm woolly adventure will capture your heart!

LITTLE ONE by Jo Weaver little one

Spring is here and new life is stirring. There is so much for Big Bear to teach her new cub as they step out into the forest. Their journey will take them through summer and autumn and winter, always together, always discovering.