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Gerald is careful. Piggie is not.Piggie cannot help smiling. Gerald can.Gerald worries so that Piggie does not have to. Gerald and Piggie are best friends. In There Is a Bird On My Head , Gerald discovers that there is something worse than a bird on your head–two birds on your head. Can Piggie help her best friend?

Enjoyed reading this without an audience to perform to! A great picture book by an author with links to Sesame Street. Great simple drawings combined with a narrative with a twist that children will love.

Meet Mr Pusskins. He’s got cattitude! Mr Pusskins is a naughty cat who doesn’t want to do things his owner, Emily, wants. He wants to be free! Find out what Mr Pusskins gets up.

This is one of my favourite books for children. Who can’t love a grumpy, badly behaved cat who goes on adventures. A super story combined with excellent illustrations makes this a book to treasure. I do.

Meet a rabbit who loves nothing better than to rhyme. All the time! Unfortunately, none of the other animals seem so keen on his poetry. Will he find the perfect audience?

I love poetry (as you can tell if you look at the rest of this site) and if you do too then this book is for you. Coming from the writer Julia Donaldson, the rhymes are of course brilliant and great fun. A good book to read again and again.

The following book is a bit naughty but I just love books with that mischievous sense of humour.

This is the tale of a young rabbit who can say only one thing.  It’s a bit rude…

This is a funny tale that your children will just love as you say ‘Poo Bum.’ The illustrations are simple but convey a lot of character. It also contains a lot of humour and a good punchline at the end.

A book without pictures is boring you say? Nonsense. Why? Because everything the words say the reader has to say. You have been warned.

I wished I had written this book. It is such a great idea and shows the power of words in such a funny, delightful way. Your children will quickly forget about there being no pictures and will be laughing their heads off.

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