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Hodder Children's Books
Mick Inkpen's books are always a delight and this one is no exception. This is the third picture book about Ploo and his friends set on the wonderful Blue Nose Island, a fluffy cloud to the left of the sun where all the creatures have Blue Noses.
In this story Hatz has an idea involving bikes and bokonuts and soon he has made a new invention - a bokobike, perfect for sandy beaches.
I Wish I were a Pilot
Stella Blackstone Stella Blackmore Max Grover(Illustrator)
A great book for both children and adults to enjoy. Using playful rhyming text and brightly coloured artwork, this book introduces young travellers to planes, trains, boats, cars, bikes and many other forms of transport. with endnotes including fun facts on each type of transport in the book.
Island in the Sun
Stella Blackstone Nicolette Ceccoli
Available from Barefoot Books in paperback form.
In a spectacular seascape setting, a young boy sails for a distant island where he finds a special friend waiting for him. Who could it be? Children will delight in pointing out the animals and objects that the little boy spies along his journey.
Night Flight for the Little Red Train
Selected as the World Book Day picture book for 2005 this new adventure featuring the Little Red Train will delight young children. On the way to Scotland Duffy the driver spots a problem in the engine so he embarks on an amazing feat of daring to keep the Little Red Train on track. Great detail in the pictures, lots to talk about.