A wonderful rhyme audiobook full of action and noise - guaranteed to make kids love poetry! Whenever I'm tired of being me I swing around like a chimpanzee. Are you tired of being you? Here's a whole bookful of things you can do! There are rhymes to make you wriggle and giggle, shrug and sigh, snap like a crocodile and slither like a snake.
Kick your boots off, everyone. Summer's here, and so's the sun. Bright, bold and accessible, this collection of rhymes and poems for children is perfect for joining in. There are animal rhymes, rhymes to make you shuffle and squelch and clatter and patter, and rhymes to make you gallop like a horse or slide down the banister. In Shuffle and Squelch, Julia Donaldson's verse jumps off the page. Look out for rhymes for younger children from Julia Donaldson and Nick Sharratt in Wriggle and Roar.
Fly across the world in the amazing flying bath! When everyone has left the house in the morning, the bath toys spring into action and head off on exciting adventures in their magical flying bath! From giving a muddy piglet a shower to putting out a fire for a frightened baboon, they have water at the ready for any emergency - but they're always home for the children's bathtime at the end of the day. The Flying Bath is a playful and adventurous story from Julia Donaldson and David Roberts.
Poor jackdaw is about to fly into trouble - will he learn to read the animals' signs in time? The jackdaw wants all his friends to come to his party, but when he calls out his invitation, the animals just touch their heads. Why won't they answer? And what do their actions mean? Luckily a brown owl can help him with the puzzle!
Inspired by the popular TV series Shaun the Sheep, this tale of tricks and tomfoolery is sure to get listeners giggling. Why does Bitzer the sheepdog suddenly have a mustache? What could turn Shaun the Sheep bright pink? A series of pranks punctuated by a paranoid truce pits Shaun and Bitzer against each other in an increasingly hilarious battle of wits.
Inspired by the popular TV series Shaun the Sheep, this tale of tricks and tomfoolery is sure to get listeners giggling. Why does Bitzer the sheepdog suddenly have a mustache? What could turn Shaun the Sheep bright pink? A series of pranks punctuated by a paranoid truce pits Shaun and Bitzer against each other in an increasingly hilarious battle of wits. Of course it's all fun and games until someone gets hurt - namely Shaun, who has fallen to the bottom of a hole and hurt his leg. Or has he?
When the Flock's go-kart spins out of control and crashes, Mossy Bottom Farm has changed. The Farmer is much younger, the pigs are wearing nappies, and the cockerel is just a baby. It's clear to Shaun the Sheep that Bitzer and the Flock have travelled back in time! The young Farmer doesn't know much about farming, and the farm is a mess. Can the animals teach the Farmer his job and then find a way to return to their own time?
It's talent-show time on the farm, and all the roosters and chickens are flocking together in hopes of beating their rivals, the sheep. Meanwhile Shirley, a sheep whose flair for singing is as large as her frame, has a big problem – a massive case of stage fright. Can Shaun the sheep convince his jittery friend to wow the mole judges and take home the prize? Shaun the Sheep fans both old and new will flock to this funny, original story inspired by the internationally popular animated TV show from Aardman.
The Mossy Bottom sheep are at a sheepdog trial in a field by the seaside, but the flock are determined to enjoy the beach instead. Can Bitzer and Shaun get them back to the field before the trial starts?
It’s a sunny afternoon on Mossy Bottom Farm, and competition between the sheep and the pigs is almost as hot as the weather as they play a new game called Piggy Stomp. May the best tail win!
One dark, misty night at Mossy Bottom Farm, a starving creature creeps silently through the farmyard, waiting to feed. Well, actually, it's just Bitzer the sheepdog with a growling stomach, holding his clipboard as he checks on the flock and chickens. But wait – what's that howl that's making his fur stand on end? Is it Shaun the sheep playing one of his pranks? The farmer practising his trombone?