Pip is very proud of his big red balloon. But when he lets the balloon go and it pops, he is inconsolable. Luckily, Posy has a clever idea to cheer up her friend and soon they are having fun again! Full of wit and delight, this flap book gives readers the chance to create creatures that are half-cow half-pig, half-hen and half-sheep or any other kind of combination out of the on offer.
Happily, myfive-year-old shares my sense of humour and, having just started reading, sheloves to have a go at reading the strange names too. The two friends love playing in the snow together until a difference of opinion causes them to start to quarrel. How will they get back to be friends again? A charming story about the value of sharing. April Book of the Month. It's Christmas time and Pip and Posy are busy decorating the tree with candy sticks, and biscuits, and a beautiful sugar star.
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But the strange thing is that, every time Posy goes out of the room, when she returns, there's one less decoration on the tree. All young readers will enjoy the moment when Posy finds Pip lying on the sofa, feeling sick, but will they guess how she decides to tackle Pip? A charming and funny new Pip and Posy story about the problems caused by telling fibs, with gentle lessons about being kind and tooth-brushing!
What do you get if you cross a narwhal with a reindeer? It's a nardeer, of course! And how about a penguin with a beluga? Why, that's a penuga! With over possible creations, silly names and strange noises to make you giggle, this new Flip Flap book is perfect for preschoolers and ideal for animal fans. With a hilarious rhyming text and brilliant illustrations from Axel Scheffler, simply flip the pages to create some seriously silly mixed-up creatures from frozen lands.
A crowing cockerel, a mooing cow and a quacking duck are just some of the animals making a racket down on Noisy Farm! With 10 sounds to press, lots to spot and count and a rhyming story to share, children will love joining in with all the farmyard fun! Axel Scheffler The Noisy Farm Book is a gorgeous gift book children will return to time and time again, with fantastic illustrations by the award-winning Axel Scheffler.
Make your way around the jungle and name all the different animals as you go in this bright and colourful buggy board book, beautifully illustrated by the award-winning Axel Scheffler, illustrator of The Gruffalo. With a handy cloth strap to attach to a highchair or buggy, you can take Axel Scheffler First Jungle Buggy Book with you wherever you go! Make your way around the farm and name all the different animals as you go in this bright and colourful buggy board book, beautifully illustrated by the award-winning Axel Scheffler, illustrator of The Gruffalo.
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With a handy cloth strap to attach to a highchair or buggy, you can take Axel Scheffler First Farm Buggy Book with you wherever you go! Little ones can join in the fun On the Farm by pulling out the sliders, jiggling the animals and making all the different noises! Quack along with the ducks, moo with the cows and neigh with the horses.
Children will love playing with this bright and colourful board book with gentle rhyming text and beautifully illustrated by the award-winning Axel Scheffler. Also available: In the Jungle. Little ones can join in the fun In the Jungle by pulling out the sliders, pushing up the tabs and counting all the animals! How many lazy lions are yawning? How many zebras are skipping?
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Pip and Posy are having a lovely day at the seaside, collecting shells and digging the sand. But when Posy has a nap, Pip makes friends with a boy called Zac. Zac is very cool: he has lots of fun toys and beach gear, AND he's really good at handstands. So, to her dismay, when Posy wakes up, she finds that Pip is more interested in playing with Zac than her. A funny and dramatic story about working out that two's company and three's a From Humpty Dumpty to Jack and Jill, these classic nursery rhymes and traditional lullabies come in a CD case beautifully illustrated by the award-winning illustrator of The Gruffalo, Axel Scheffler.
A sing-along CD with over fifty favourite nursery rhymes, performed by Sian Thomas and Steven Pacey, Axel Scheffler's Nursery Rhymes is perfect for families to share at home or in the car. From Humpty Dumpty to Jack and Jill, these twelve classic nursery rhymes and traditional lullabies are beautifully illustrated by the award-winning Axel Scheffler, illustrator of The Gruffalo. With a read-along CD, performed by Sian Thomas and Steven Pacey, that slots neatly into the cover, Mother Goose's Nursery Rhymes is the perfect nursery rhymes book for families to share.
With a read-along CD, performed by Sian Thomas and Steven Pacey, that slots neatly into the cover, Mother Goose's Animal Rhymes is the perfect nursery rhymes book for families to share.
What do you get if you cross a snake with a cat? It's a cake, of course! And how about a tortoise with a fish? Why, that's a tortish! A very silly but absolutely engaging book that will charm the whole family. Bedtime is never an easy time of day for a parent! Luckily Mother Goose soon discovered that her family loved listening to nursery rhymes, and now their favourite bedtime rhymes are collected together for you to enjoy too. This is a glorious book for families to share and sing along with the rhymes. There's even a CD to read along to.
With beautiful illustrations by the award-winning Axel Scheffler comes this beautiful board book featuring Mother Goose and her three very active little goslings. If they're not splashing in puddles, they're probably chasing each other along the riverbank or having swimming races! So when Mother Goose tells them some of her favourite traditional nursery rhymes, they love to join in with the actions. Portly Pig loves nothing more than being mucky! He sets off around the farm in search of a big muddy puddle, but what will he do when it starts to rain?
Little fingers will just love pushing the big sound button to hear Portly's noisy oinking on every page. Cuddly Cow is ready for bed, but she can't get to sleep anywhere! As she visits her farmyard friends, will she find the perfect place to get a good night's sleep? Little fingers will just love pushing the big sound button to hear Cuddly's noisy mooing on every page. Translated by Sheena Blackhall and published by Itchy Coo, this new edition of The Gruffalo will delight both children and adults alike.
A moose tuik a dander ben the wid. A tod saw the moose, and the moose luiked guid. Come a wee bit farrer intae thon deep mirk wid, an fin oot fit happens fin the sleekit moose faas in wi a hoolet, a snake an a hungry gruffalo Katie, Pip and Freddy are lively creatures who love to make noise, dance about and have fun.
Beautifully illustrated by the award-winning Axel Scheffler, these stories have lots of details that children will love to spot. The Axel Scheffler Treasury of Rhyming Stories Book and CD is completed by robust, easy-to-hold tabs to keep track of each story and an audio recording by Joanna Page, the voice of the much-loved children's television programme, Poppy Cat. Pip is a pup with a very loud bark, He scares all the cats when he strolls through the park! Freddy's a frog with goggly eyes, He's small and fat and loves catching flies.
Pip and Freddy are two lively creatures who love to make noise and have fun. The rhyming stories in Axel Scheffler Rhyming Stories: Pip the Dog and Freddy the Frog are beautifully illustrated by the award-winning Axel Scheffler - with lots of details that children will love to spot. Happy hippos,gentle giraffes, lazy lions and frisky frogs - just some of the animals marching to the jungle beat in the wonderful Axel Scheffler Noisy Jungle! With ten animals to count, six amazing jungle sounds and lively illustrations by the world-famous, award-winning illustrator Axel Scheffler, illustrator of The Gruffalo, this is a book that children will enjoy again and again.
Learning to count has never been so much fun! Folkard left the paper soon after, and the strip concluded its first incarnation. In April Teddy Tail was revived by the Daily Mail , with new drawings by Herbert Sydney Foxwell —  who was already known as a cartoon illustrator having drawn Tiger Tim since the mids for the Amalgamated Press , later known as Fleetway. Tiger Tim had been part of the Bruin Boys since the early s and featured in the Playbox annual since as well as his own annual since This second incarnation of Teddy Tail drew him as a schoolboy aged character and was aimed more at younger readers.
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He was part of a family group that lived in the village of Whiskertown including the 'Whisker Pets' which were looked after by Mrs Whisker, an adult mouse. Piggy the pig, Kitty Puss the cat and Dougie the duck. Teddy Tail annuals were issued from to Merchandising, following similar successes with Mickey Mouse were popular, such items as small toys, cut-outs, jigsaws and Teddy Tail biscuits were made.
The 'Teddy Tail League' was started also in  , which involved members receiving enamel badges, birthday cards and free advice on Pets or Hobbies, similar to the Pip, Squeak and Wilfred and Bobby Bear clubs. Special events and public activities were announced in the Daily Mail. In the Annual, mention is made of ", members".
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You had to collect six 'seals' from the Daily Mail newspaper to enrol and get the badge and Membership rules card and learn of Teddy Tail's 'secret sign'. You could add 12 more 'seals' to get the Sports Badge according to the annual. Foxwell died whilst on service in  , bringing an end to the series until John Glenn — drawing him. This time he was very anthropomorphised being now a skinny human type character in the vein of Bugs Bunny and the redesigned Mickey Mouse , but still generally similar to the Foxwell creation. The annuals were issued from to c. There were several undated annuals featuring the first version of Teddy Tail.
These follow an order as proved by the story continuity and those as shown in adverts in the back of the later prints of the books. They are as shown below in the order of issuing. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Children's literature portal. The encyclopaedia of ephemera: a guide to the fragmentary documents of everyday life for the collector, curator, and historian.
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