Animals & Creatures: looking for a particular book?check out this list

Little Cat Moe, Where Do You Go? : short, rhyming story narrated by a young boy who wonders what his pet cat does by day.

Don't Call Me Choochie Pooh! A pampered pooch tells us she just wants to get muddy & chase sticks like a proper dog. Hilarious story with wonderful illustrations.(features pet dogs)

The Perfect Guest: Walter the dog and Pansy the squirrel- the story of two friends with very different personalities. A funny, charming read. 

Picken: Mix & Match the Farm Animals Features 7 farm animals but it's clever split-page design means you can come up with some wacky animal hybrids of your own. 

Wilderness : An Interactive Atlas of Animals A beautiful, fact filled book with flaps, turn wheels and inset booklets. Bursting with interesting facts about the animal kingdom and various habitats from around the world. Includes over 100 animals & insects.

Tree: Seasons Come, Seasons Go 
a beautiful rhyming book with peek-a-boo cut out pages.Beautifully illustrated and a book to be treasured, this story describes nature, wildlife and weather. Includes birds, insects, foxes, squirrels & bears. 

The Not So Wise Owl : quirky rhyming story about a sleep deprived owl. Features and owl and other woodland creatures.

Betty Goes Bananas -Betty wants to eat her banana and gets the  grumps when she can't peel it. This amusing little ape sure can be a diva- a funny look at toddler tantrums.

Back to School Tortoise
A comforting read for children who may feel worried or anxious about returning to school.

Trumpety Trump! The rhyming story of an elephant lacking in social graces (this story includes bottom burps)

Bella the Story Teller the story of a little  Owl chatter box who learns that it's  important to listen too!

Whiffy Wilson the Wolf who wouldn't go to school A great read for little ones who are nervous about going to school. Rhyming text, gorgeous illustrations.

Crocopotamus: Mix and Match the wild animals!
A split-page board book featuring wild animals that readers can mix and match to create new wacky animals. Durable board pages make it baby-proof, while its sense of fun and play with words make it an appealing book for older children also.

How Many Legs? A rhyming, counting treat of a read full of hilarious animal characters and comical detail.

Underpants Wonderpants Thank goodness for Y Fronts! A superhero, a surplus stock of underwear, rhyming text and fun illustrations make this a great read-aloud.

Is there a dog in this book?

A clever, interactive book with 3 scaredy cats and one cute puppy. Includes video review by me and a child.

I Love Hugs real photographs of wild animals, includes raccoons, orangutans, elephants, mini macaques, penguins and meerkats.
There are cats in this book
A fun interactive story, with three playful cats

Shoe Dog

A  story cute little puppy who cannot resist sniffing out and chewing shoes.

Oi Frog!

Funny rhyming tale about animals and their special sitting places.Includes video review

Iris and Isaac : two polar bears become grumpy when their snow nest isn't big enough for both of them. After some time apart, they realise how much they enjoy each other's company

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