The White Book by Silvia-Borando, Elisabetta Pica & Lorenzo Clerici
No words are needed—and unexpected things can happen—when a boy, some bold paint, an active imagination, and a white wall come together.
Roller in hand, a boy starts to paint a blank wall. First it’s a plain coat of pink. Then six birds emerge, perched on a branch. . . . Wait, they were there a minute ago! Then he tries the blue paint, and it happens again: fourteen fish swimming in formation, until green paint reveals a giant dinosaur with big teeth and a mind of its own. Whether grey, yellow, purple, or orange, each spread draws on visual humour and an array of unpredictable animals to yield a bigger surprise, right up to the warm and rewarding finale.
Oi Frog by Kess Gray & Jim Field
Ant and Bee and the Secret by Angela Banner
A gentle introduction to discussing teasing, friendship and school. When Bee calls Ant stupid, he runs away to a secret place. Bee and Kind Dog want to know Ant’s secret place, which they eventually discover is school.
Horrid Henry’s Crazy Creatures by Francesa Simon
What’s the only animal in the world to produce cube-shaped poo? What kind of lizard looks as though it has two heads? And what happens when a tarantula loses a leg?
Bursting with foul facts and twisted trivia, this is the perfect guide to everything a Horrid Henry fan has ever wanted to know about animals. Gross out your family and amaze your friends with your nasty new knowledge!