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Books By Kes Gray
The story of Humpty Dumpty and his nursery rhyme friends, reimagined by Kes Gray, bestselling creator of Oi Frog!.
Humpty Dumpty and his nursery rhyme friends are discussing what they want to be when they grow up. Humpty wants to be a boiled egg, but his friends are encouraging him to think bigger!
"You could be an artist!" said Little Boy Blue.
"Look for clues and become a detective!" said Little Bo Peep.
"Buy a pair of football boots and become a footballer," said Wee Willy Winky.
Will Humpty think big and reach for the stars?
Ho-ho-ho! It's nearly Christmas Eve. Bells are jingling, reindeer are limbering up and Santa's sleigh is being polished - will Santa have everything ready in time for THE BIG DAY? Find out in this must-have stocking filler that is full of festive fun and frolics.
From the bestselling creator of Oi Frog, this new take on Clement C. Moore's classic The Night Before Christmas, is guaranteed to delight all children (naughty and nice!).
The second brilliant book in the Jack Beechwhistle series.
The world's a dangerous place. Luckily, Jack Beechwhistle is around to protect it. He might look like an ordinary boy, but really he's a junior secret agent. He's tackled all sorts of missions - exploding conkers, zombie sweet-shop owners, and man-eating giant slugs - with a bit of help from his best friends and sidekicks, Colin and Harry (as long as it's not past their bedtime).
Then Jack notices something strange and suspicious about the hairdresser in town, Valentino. Every time Valentino cuts someone's hair, he sweeps the hairs up and collects them in a big plastic bag. But what is he using them for?
Everything points to Valentino being an evil enemy agent! And Jack Beechwhistle's on the case . . .
just leaving Lanzarote.
"Goodness Gracious," Blitzen cried.
"Did I just see a botty?"
It's Christmas Eve, and minus three, but Ned doesn't care. While other people are dressed in duffle coats and parkas, Ned is running riot, and he's completely starkers! And there is a very special person Ned just can't wait to meet!
A laugh-out-loud riotous romp with an energetic rhyming text and strategically placed flaps to protect Ned's modesty. From the author of Oi Frog and the illustrator of The Dinosaur That Pooped series.
It’s Halloween and Daisy is going trick-or-treating for the very first time. In the dark . . . in the fog . . . with a VAMPIRE . . . armed only with a torch and some silly string. GULP!
The funny, spooky and totally troublesome tale from the bestselling Daisy series.
Don't panic, but you're in danger.
At least, you would be, if Jack Beechwhistle wasn't around to protect the world from alien attacks, zombie sweet-shop owners, and exploding conkers - with a bit of help from his trusty sidekicks, Colin and Harry (as long as it's not past Colin and Harry's bedtime). Their missions are daring, dangerous, and deadly. They even have top-secret headquarters (the shed by the rhubarb patch).
But now Jack's about to face his most challenging challenge yet. The Attack of the Giant Slugs.
And they're on their way to Jack's school - right in the middle of maths!
A witty and warm tell-the-time book, created by Kes Gray, author of the bestselling Oi Frog, and Mary McQuillan.
Cluck O' Clock is a tell-the-time book with a difference. It recounts a day in the life of a group of chickens - each with individual and distinct personalities - as they fill their lives with food, exercise, visiting - and waiting for the fox.
Teaches children to tell the time in a fun, but informative way.
'... teachers and librarians will be happy to give this tale a few minutes in story hours about chickens or clocks'. - Kirkus Reviews
My mummy goes to work but I know she still loves me and cares about me. How do I know? Because my mummy comes home from work and tells me she loves me SO MUCH!
A delightful and contemporary book that will reassure parent and child alike that all is well when a parent goes to work.
'What a reassuring book for the small child whose mother goes out to work!' - Books for Keeps
'A picture book for those whose mums are out earning an honest crust' - a mum
From the bestselling team behind Mum and Dad Glue comes an important story to help raise awareness at home or at school about stopping bullying.
A little boy is feeling sad because every day he has to face a bully. But this story's little boy also has friends. A frog, a cat, a rabbit, a cow, and other animal friends insist on helping him, even after he tells them: "There's nothing you can do for me/ There's nothing you can say." Fortunately, he is mistaken, because the next time the bully approaches, they all join with him and shout, "LEAVE HIM ALONE!" And it works! The bully turns around and goes away.
The gently clever use of rhyming verse gives a difficult subject a wonderfully light touch. A must-have for any child who has to deal with bullies.
'An empowering story.' - Books for Keeps
From the bestselling team behind Mum and Dad Glue and Leave Me Alone comes a comforting and compelling story about worries and self-esteem.
When a little girl feels worried she goes into a world of her own. At first the world is full of cream cakes and cola but soon the worries begin to take hold... Only her family and friends can help.
The gentle rhymes and imaginative illustrations give a difficult subject a wonderfully light touch. A must-have for any child.
Illustrated by the winner of the Red House Children's Book Award 2013 and a New York Times bestselling artist.
Praise for Mum and Dad Glue: 'An incredibly powerful book about a boy coming to terms with his parents' divorce.' - Kate Skipper, Waterstone's Buyer