Bushbaby sets off on a night-time adventure with two friends he picks up along the way, bush pig and bushbuck. But when they encounter a one-eyed leopard, bushbaby has to think quickly to make sure his new friends don’t become a bountiful leopard buffet.
A colorful contemporary ABC book created by award-winning English designer Ella Doran especially for Tate. A is for Artist takes a creative, innovative approach to the ABC’s. Kids will love learning the ABC’s and in the process, they’ll learn about themselves. Bringing out the artist in each child, this visually entertaining book is fun…
20 activity cards for children based on works from Tate.
This new edition of the hugely successful Art in a Box is an ideal way of introducing children to the world of art and encouraging them to use their own artistic creativity. Ideal for children’s entertainment at home or as a resource for teachers in the classroom, Art in a Box contains twenty A5 cards each depicting a work from Tate’s collection, with a range of related art activities detailed on the reverse including painting, collage, textile, photography and sculpture.
This delightful coloring book introduces children to one of the world’s most celebrated artists, Pierre-Auguste Renoir. The French artist was a leading figure in the development of the Impressionist style
This beautiful counting book is ideal to read aloud with young ones learning to count. The colourful assortments of birds are truly engaging, from elegant swans to tiny wrens, they take you through each number up to 20.
Faces are all around us, everywhere we look. On every page of this inspiring and imaginative book the reader will encounter unusual and creative ways of making faces, using printing, collage, geometric shapes and sculpture. Surprising details are revealed by lifting flaps, looking through holes or turning the book upside-down.
The set consists of large vibrantly illustrated flashcards in assorted colours. Have fun while learning (psst: parents have found these useful too!) Instructions These flash cards are primarily a learning tool that helps children to become familiar with the images and names of different family members, animals or things that they may see or hear…
Exciting, safe projects for home and school, plus fascinating folklore that will surprise any kid! The gardening of the title refers to windowsill or kitchen gardens. Kite approaches the topic from a variety of angles, with snippets of history, crafts projects, and science experiments in her roundup. She includes projects that yield quick results as well as those that require time, and the projects with pill bugs and earthworms will be a hit with some kids.
Children will love exploring the rooms in Grandma’s House, peering through its cutout pages from one room to the next and journeying high up into the foldout attic in search of Grandma. Highly detailed and intricately illustrated in Alice Melvin’s trademark style, Grandma’s House is another winner from one of today’s shining stars of illustration.
With a delicious picnic under one arm and bathing suits under the other, Hilda and Herbert enthusiastically make the most of everything the seaside has to offer: building sand castles, playing ball, surfing with dolphins, and last, but not least, enjoying ice cream at the end of the day.
With distinctive, retro-looking illustrations and rhyming text, this book is filled with fun and laughter, and is the perfect companion for a day in the sunshine.
Drawing a chicken is easy … isn’t it? Follow Jean-Vincent’s attempts to draw a chicken as he has to contend with runaway beaks, sleeping eggs and peckish chickens. The entertaining characters and witty text in this book will charm readers of all ages and will encourage children to draw with humour and imagination.
Sturdy colourful puzzle pairs from nngwe (1) to leshome (10), a great introduction to numbers from a little help from some wild animal friends. Instructions Children start to learn that numbers are dynamic by using basic addition and subtraction. Match up the digit with the corresponding number of animals, use the dots above the digit…