Category Archives: Picture Books

THE DIDDLELUM

Emily Child & Maria Lebedeva

The Diddlelumis something that everyone has deep within themselves.Sometimes you feel a noise. It’s not loud. And it’s not scary. It comes from insidesomewhere between your chest and your tummy. Sometimes it makes you strong. Sometimes it makes you want to sing. And sometimes it helps you say “I’m sure” even if you aren’t.

200 x 200 / 40 pages

World except English (South Africa&UK)

LIEFIE

Jessica Bosworth Smith

Liefie is an incredibly heart-warming and humorous take on a family of otters, who have a surprise child born longafter their siblings! It explores maturity and growing up and understands family relations

148 x 210 /34 pages

World except English (South Africa, UK)

WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD THIS CAN BE

Mary-An

A warm and inclusive picture book that celebrates diversity in the world with  humour and delight. Children can delight in discovering the incredible animals of the world, different people and cultures, and maybe just learn something about what it means to be kind.

Imagnary House/210×270; 38p

World except English (South Africa&UK)& Turkish


OUR FRIENDS – FULL STOP, COMMAS

Coralie Saudo & Mayana Itoïz

The inverted commas love to chat and they have invited all their punctuation friends. This book offers an exceptional approach to learning punctuation with humour and stories that makes it easier for young readers to understand and remember the role and use of punctuation.

Les P’tits Berets/230×300; 44p 
World except French

ZERO WASTE

Sima Özkan & Zeynep Özatalay

It’s the first day of school. Deniz is surprised to see one of his classmates drink from a glass water bottle. Deniz’s classmate tells how she decided to reduce waste after visiting the landfill in her town. Simple actions can make a big difference!

Redhouse Kidz/200×200; 32p 
World excl. Turkish, Portuguese (Br), Korean & Simplified Chinese

THE PRESENT

Gabriela Keselman & Prat Montserrat

Mr and Mrs Goodparents sat in the Thinking  Armchair – their son, little Mikey’s, birthday was very important. They had to pick a present. But they couldn’t think of anything. So, they stopped thinking and went to find the very person whom this concerned.

245 x 285 / 28pp + foldout.

World excl. Spanish & Catalan

MIRROR MIRROR

Renata Bueno

Each page of this book can be read one way or another – is the basket full or empty? Is this animal a spider or an octopus? It all depends on where you position the mirror. Full of surprises this book introduces children to the concept of symmetry.

Bayard / 180 x 180; 30p
World excl. French

HOW TO PLANT A STUFFED BUNNY

Sun-mi Hwang & Hee-eun Lee

Mum has prepared a basket with a hoe, a towel, a lunch box, a water bottle and some beans. Eunsong has prepared her basket too with a stuffed bunny and a small shovel. What would happen if Eunsong planted her stuffed bunny? Would she get a bunny tree? An imaginative picture book by Korea’s most acclaimed author and the international seller THE DOG WHO DARED TO DREAM.

Woongjin /210×270; 32p
World excl. Korean

PAT CAN’T SLEEP

Davide Cali & Anna Aparicio Català

It’s the middle of the night but Sam can’t sleep. Why? Maybe Miss Elephant knows? Samasksseveral animals, but none of them havea clue. Will the tiger be angry when Sam wakes her up to ask? What about the crocodile or the gazelle?

CO-EDITION OPPORTUNITY

NubeOcho / 250 x 250; 36p
World excl. English (UK/US), Spanish & Italian