I Love You Father Christmas by - Giles Andrea & Emma Dodd
The excitement of Christmas is perfectly captured through one little child's boundless enthusiasm.
This award winning series has been specifically designed for babies. A great introduction to books through well-known nursery rhymes and interactive text. Singing songs and rhymes is the perfect way to bond with your baby and share quality time.
I'm the Best by Lucy Cousins
A boastful dog gets a taste of his own medicine in a tale about friendship that features the bold, exuberant art of Lucy Cousins at its best.
This is what Imogen discovers with her magical cane Snowball whilst walking along a beach
‘for her imaginative idea and magical use of her cane. I loved her sense of adventure and discovery and would like to hear of more of her adventures, solving problems with snowball’
Just Like Jasper by Nick Butterworth and Mick Inkpen
A bright, colourful picture book for very young children in which the reader helps Jasper choose how to spend his birthday money.
Kippers Toybox by Mick Inkpen
Someone or something has nibbled a hole in Kipper's toybox. When Kipper identifies the culprit he thinks his troubles are over - but in actual fact they are only just beginning!
This pack provides librarians with promotional material to promote accessible books to their disabled community. There is also a short self-assessment checklist to identify ways to make the library service more accessible to disable people.
This pack is provided FREE to libraries for 3 months.
This pack provides librarians with promotional material to promote and provide accessible books to their disabled community. At the end of the trial period the library can purchase the Trial Pack or return it to Access2books at no cost.
Little Princess - I don't Want To Go To Bed by Tony Ross
The Little Princess doesn’t want to go to bed. And why should she when she isn’t even tired? But the King and Queen are firm and she does eventually go to bed. But when the King goes in to kiss her goodnight, her bed is empty again! Where can she be?
Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers.
This is a magical story from award-winning international bestselling picture book creator, Oliver Jeffers. This story is about a boy who tried to help a penguin to find his home.
Lulu loves the Library by Anna McQuinn & Rosalind Beardshaw
Everybody loves Lulu! She is delighted by the story books at her Library and the joy of sharing stories.
This is a brilliantly beastly bouncy rhyming romp from Giles Andreae and David Wojtowycz. From slugs and snails to bustling beetles and beautiful butterflies, these rhymes are full of humour and great to read aloud. The bright, distinctive artwork is full of child appeal.
Early Learning Braille version of Maisy goes to the Library. Maisy's day at the library is full of noisy surprises! An unbeatable introduction to the love of books.
Giant print & Braille version of Maisy goes to the Library. Maisy's day at the library is full of noisy surprises! An unbeatable introduction to the love of books.
Early Learning Braille version of Maisy's Bedtime. Have fun getting ready for bed with Maisy! From brushing teeth and putting on pyjamas to saying good night.
Giant print & Braille version of Maisy's Bedtime. Have fun getting ready for bed with Maisy! From brushing teeth and putting on pyjamas to saying good night.
Monkey and Me by Emily Gravett
A mischievous little girl and her toy monkey swing irresistibly through the pages of this playful book.
Mr Gumpy's Outing by John Burningham
One day Mr Gumpy decides to take a trip along the river in his boat. But the children, the rabbit, the cat, the pig and lots more friends decide to join him.
Mum and Dad Glue by Kes Gray, illustrated by the winner of the Red House Children's Book Award 2013.
An incredibly powerful book about a boy coming to terms with his parents' divorce.'
Early Learning Braille version of Mum and Dad Glue by Kes Gray, illustrated by the winner of the Red House Children's Book Award 2013.
Lots of cats all around the world do exciting things like fly aeroplanes or play the violin - but my cat, an ordinary round-the-house cat, likes to hide in boxes.
Children are able to communicate by signing before they develop the skills necessary for speech. By teaching sign language to children from as young as seven months we can help them to convey their emotions and their needs. This first signing guide for hearing and deaf children contains over 40 key signs. Designed for parents and carers to share with babies, with its simple and clear instructions and endearing illustrations, this book is an ideal introduction to signing.
Early Learning Braille version of My Special Nanny. The book is about a Nanny who can’t see very well, but that doesn’t stop her from having fun with her granddaughter who as her guide dog she takes Nanny to the park!
No Matter What - By Debi Gliori
I’m grim and grumpy,” says Small to Large, “and I don’t think you love me at all.” But nothing could be further from the truth--and Large knows just how to reassure Small in this warm and tender story about a child’s biggest worry and a parent’s endless capacity for love.
Norman Slug & his Silly Shell - By Sue Hendra
Norman is a slug who longs to be a snail - if only he could find a shell!
Not now, Bernard – D McKee
The perennial and well-loved classic picture book story about parents too preoccupied to notice their own child.
Orange Pear Apple Bear by Emily Gravett
By rearranging just four words, Emily Gravett creates a series of playful images which are a sheer joy – and intensely satisfying. The loose energy of the pencil and watercolour pictures will be irresistible to adults and children alike.
Owl Babies by Martin Waddell & Patrick Benson
On a tree in the woods, three baby owls, Sarah and Percy and Bill, sit and think and wait for their Owl Mother to come home.