But Sugarlump learns to be careful what he wishes for, and comes to realise how much he misses the children he left behind. Luckily the unicorn has one more wish to grant . . .
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The singing mermaid is tempted away from her home shores to join the circus, but she soon longs to return to the freedom of the sea. Will she ever escape?
Poor old Rhyming Rabbit is feeling lonely and left out. None of his fellow rabbits appreciate his carefully thought-out poems. So one night he decides to take his talent elsewhere. And that’s how his underground adventure begins . . .
But Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len reckon without the tiniest, quietest creature of all: she has a plan of her own.
But each time Princess Eliza changes – into a blue fish, a yellow chick, a red fox or a black cat – the wicked finds her and sets her another horrible task. Will this plucky princess be able to outwit him and escape back to the palace in time to cut her birthday...
When the little hermit crab does find a shell he doesn’t want to share it – not with a blobby purple anemone and a tickly bristleworm. Join Crab, Blob and Brush in the rock pool for a story of sea, shells and friendship.
A rhyming story bringing in lots of “ou” and “ow” vowels. Two children release the little brownie King from a teapot, and as a reward he turns them into various animals.
The Smeds (who are red) never mix with the Smoos (who are blue). So when a young Smed and Smoo fall in love, their families strongly disapprove. But peace is restored and love conquers all.
The grumpy Go-Away bird sends all the other birds packing, but when the dangerous Get-You bird comes along she realises that she might need some friends after all.
An alphabet of animals with fold out flaps and shaped pages, written as a rhyming guessing game. Animalphabet was a winner in the 2018 Chen Bochui International Children's Literature Awards.