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  • 4 stars across 16 books
    Smriti Prasadam-Halls is the author of over 25 books for children. Her I Love You Night and Day was read on CBeebies Bedtime Hour and her Black and White Sparklers series has sold more than 250,000 copies worldwide. She lives in Richmond with her husband and three sons. Ed Eaves graduated from Kingston University with a first class degree in illustration and since then has worked on a wide range of children's books. He is best known for the Albie series with Caryl Hart, including Supermarket Zoo, How to Grow a Dinosaur and Welcome to Alien School. He lives in Kent with his wife, the illustrator Rebecca Finn.
    14th January 2016

    Ready Steady Dig

    The Construction Crew put their toughness to the test when they build their very best in this picture book jam packed ... More

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    9th February 2017

    Ready Steady Rescue

    A bouncy rhythmic story, packed with noises to shout out loud - essential for young vehicle-lovers, with art by ... More

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    7th February 2019

    You Can't Cuddle a Crocodile

    Everyone knows that little sisters can be a handful. But this little sister is more - she's a zoo-ful ! ... More

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    15th November 2003

    Mo's Smelly Jumper

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    5th June 2009

    Y Ci Bach Unig

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    22nd March 2004

    Mo's Smelly Jumper

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    1st May 2008

    My Pirate Adventure: A Pop-up and Play Book

    Stowaway Sam Swallow is looking for adventure, but when he hides aboard the Ruby Rose, the most notorious pirate ship ev... More

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    6th October 2006

    Just the Job for Santa

    Santa's finding all his Christmas duties rather tiring. But Mrs Santa's on hand as usual with a helpful suggestion. A ne... More

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    6th April 2007

    Whose Tail? In the Garden

    Children will love to join in the fun by lifting the flaps and guessing who the fluffy grey touch-and-feel tail belongs ... More

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    6th April 2007

    Whose Tail? Under the Sea

    Children will love to join in the fun by lifting the flaps and guessing who the sparkly touch-and-feel tail belongs to. ... More

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