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By Wide, Steve; Illustrated by Mackintosh, Michelle
When Jimmy's dad returns from work relieved to be away from the jungle out there, he finds that a jungle is springing up right inside his own house. A delightfully funny look at family life and the antics of a young boy. Age 3+.
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By Fulton-Keats, Louise; Illustrated by Mackintosh, Michelle
A classic collection of simple, story-themed recipes guaranteed to have both kids and adults excited about hosting the perfect party. Bringing together stories and recipes in a super-cute and unique way, The Best Ever Birthday is both a children's book and cookbook. It features a... fun story and whimsical illustrations along with more than twenty-five tried-and-tested recipes. It is a book that children will love to read as well as use, as they join Lulu, Grandma, and Harry in the kitchen to help celebrate Lulu's birthday party with all kinds of delectable treats and neat party ideas. The food is fresh, simple, and perfect for encouraging kids to get involved in cooking, and there is even a gorgeous lesson included about staying creative, positive, and having a wonderful adventure even if everything doesn't go as planned. What better way to bring the love of cooking into a child's heart than with a cookbook for the best ever birthday!Read more
Wenzel Weevil was a small weevil with big dreams. All his life he had looked up from his home in the mouldy rice on the bottom shelf to see Dweezil Weevil living it up in his huge sack of flour. How could Wenzel make something of himself? He would become Weevil Knievel the greate...st daredeveil on six legs! Ages 6+.Read more
By Badger, Meredith; Illustrated by Mackintosh, Michelle
Everyone knows that genies can only grant wishes, not make them, right? Well, not quite... When Poppy graduates from her final stage of genie training, she'll be allowed to make one special wish - for her job after Genie High. She already knows exactly what she wants: to work in ...the stables with all the magic carpets! The only problem is that before she can graduate, Poppy has to mentor a Stage Two genie called Aggi. Aggi is the strangest genie Poppy's ever met - she's rude, she hates being a genie, and she thinks riding magic carpets is stupid. If Aggi doesn't start behaving like a proper genie, Poppy might never get her wish!Read more
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