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Best Bedtime Stories for your little ones

Best Bedtime Stories for your little ones









1. Stuck by Oliver Jeffries

Delightful chaos ensues when a young boy gets his kite stuck in a tree in this laugh-out-loud new picture book from award-winning, internationally best-selling author-illustrator Oliver Jeffers!

Floyd gets his kite stuck up a tree. He throws up his shoe to shift it, but that gets stuck too. So he throws up his other shoe and that gets stuck, along with… a ladder, a pot of paint, the kitchen sink, an orang-utan and a whale, amongst other things!

Will Floyd ever get his kite back?

A hilarious book with a wonderful surprise ending.

2. Splat the cat by Rob Scotton

Funny and fuzzy, splat the cat is the delightfully drawn tale of a cat that learns about school and mice. Full of humour and tender moments, splat is the sort of likeable hero any kid can relate to and his antics help ease fears about School.

3. The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr

The doorbell rings just as Sophie and her mummy are sitting down to tea. Who could it possibly be? What they certainly don't expect to see at the door is a big furry, stripy tiger!

This timeless picture book, beloved of many generations, is now presented as a luxury 40th anniversary edition. All artwork has been re-originated and the picture story has been seamlessly transformed into a delightful 3-D novelty book with flaps, pull tabs and beautiful pop-ups and original text.

4. The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson

A rhyming story about a clever little mouse and a monster. When mouse goes for a walk in a dangerous forest, he invents tales of a fantastic creature called a Gruffalo to scare off his enemies. Imagine his surprise when he meets a real Gruffalo! A brilliant, funny book, written in flowing rhyme and imaginatively illustrated loved by all kids.

5. The Very Hungry Caterpillar [Board Book]by Eric Carle

The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a perennial favourite with children and adults alike. Its imaginative illustration and clever cut-out detail charts the progress of a very hungry caterpillar as he eats his way through the week.

This board book edition of what is surely a classic picture book is glossy, sturdy and ideal for curious little hands to get to grips with

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