His name, so they say, is Maribus Honey.
Maribus is lonely and doesn’t want to be all alone on the moon anymore.
He builds a ladder and climbs down to Earth, but what will he find there?
A picture book about new experiences, making friends and letting go of your fears.
With a strong message of learning to talk about your worries, this rhyming tale is sure to be a bedtime favourite.
Includes a carrot cake recipe!
Isla Wynter lives in Scotland with two cuddly bunnies, a lonely pot plant and a horde of imaginary friends. She believes in unicorns and plans to one day convince the world of that fact. Until then, she continues to write stories for children and young adults. Subscribe to Isla’s newsletter for a free book: islawynter.com
He forgets where he put the carrots.
He sits in a flower pot and doesn't know why.
And one day, he even forgets Ben's name.
What is going on with Grandpa Bunny?
The doctor says it's dementia, but what is that? And what can Ben do to help his grandfather?
An illustrated picture book to help children understand dementia and gain ideas on how to interact with relatives who have dementia.
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An illustrated children's book about friendship.
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The Tale of Peter Rabbit has been published for the first time more than 110 years ago but has never been out of print. It tells the story of a mischievous little bunny who disobeys his mother and gets into serious trouble in the garden of terrible Mr McGregor. The little rabbit named after the author’s pet became one of the most popular children’s heroes of all time and his story is still one of the most well-loved books of Beatrix Potter.
This book contains many views of Fawe Park, in the Lake District, that Beatrix Potter sketched while on holiday. It was first published in 1904.
• All original illustrations remastered and digitally enhanced.