Toto the Ninja Cat: Dermot O’Leary

Broadcaster Dermot O’Leary has written these fun chapter books following Toto the Ninja Cat, a brave and bold feline with some seriously impressive ninja skills. Full of action, adventure and a whole lot of humour for all readers and listeners.

The Pug who wanted to be a Bunny

A funny springtime adventure from the bestselling author Bella Swift. The Pug has previously wanted to be a Unicorn and a reindeer, so readers can chose from their favourite animal. A funny story with an uplifting message about sibling rivalry.

Frog and Toad Stores: ‘Frog and Toad are friends’

Frog and Toad Stores are a fantastic series books that have been well loved and read for decades. Author Arnold Lobel – celebrates the power of friendship with all four of the beloved Frog and Toad and invites readers to enjoy their marvelous friendship over five books.

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. 

The Worst Witch

This wonderful series of books focuses on a young witch Mildred Hubble and tells of her we-intention but very clumsy and disastrous situations. These ensure she gains the title at Miss Cackle’s Academy of ‘The Worst Witch’ – by author Jill Murphy.

Winnie the Pooh stories

Winnie-the-Pooh stories by A.A. Milne were first published in 1926! The main character, Pooh (sometimes Bear, is a good-natured, yellow-furred, honey-loving bear who lives in the Forest surrounding the Hundred Acre Wood with all his friends.

Aesop’s Fables

These classic and captivating tales help to illustrate basic moral issues through the amazing artwork and simple stories we all know and love.

Jill Tomlinson Series

A series of well-loved children’s books including The Cat Who Wanted to Go Home, The Gorilla Who Wanted to Grow Up, The Hen Who Wouldn’t Give Up, The Otter Who Wanted to Know and The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark.