Wigglesbottom Primary Books: Pamela Butcharrt

There are a great range of hilarity from ‘Wigglesbottom’ Primary Books by Pamela Butchart amd Becka Moor. You can choose from ‘The Shark in the Pool’, ‘The Toilet Ghost’, ‘The Magic Hamster’ & ‘Super Dog’!

Where the wild things are : 

A favorite childhood book by Maurice Sendak. Children are fascinated by all the creatures and the emotions by all of them. So much fun to read and we would make all kinds of monster sounds together.

The book with no pictures

The book, quite literally, is what it says it’s going to be: The Book With No Pictures, which sounds as if it will be boring and serious. However this innovative and wildly funny read-aloud book by award-winning funny actor B.J. Novak will turn any reader into a comedian. 

Don’t let the pigeon drive the bus: Mo Willems

Writer Mo Willems begins the story by expressing to readers the importance of not letting the pigeon drive the bus while he is gone. However, the persuasive pigeon spends the entirety of the book trying to talk us into letting him drive the bus.

The Sheep Pig

The Sheep Pig by Dick King Smith is wonderful book is full of gentle humour. Set in rural England, where King-Smith spent twenty years as a farmer, it features a lone pig on a sheep farm.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Author Eric Carle brings humour to the natural happenings of a caterpillars development, how he eats everything in sight. Becoming a big, fat caterpillar, then building a cocoon around himself and finally emerging as a beautiful butterfly.

Three Billy Goats Gruff

This classic story is a favorite with early years children, who will cheer on the three clever billy goats who outsmart a mean troll.

Three Little Pigs

A perfect introduction to the traditional folk tale ‘The Three Little Pigs’. Join the three little pigs as they set off to see the world, build their houses and encounter the big, bad wolf.

Jack and the Beanstalk

Traditional tales – A classic well known and loved story of Jack and his magic beans. These beans grow overnight into a beanstalk which Jack climb and then arrives at a castle, meeting a not so friendly giant.