Thank you for sponsoring one book
Here you will find a list of books available to sponsor
Many children this Summer will be grateful that you helped provide access to reading outside school terms in a fun and engaging manner.
Baby’s Very First Slide and See Farm
Age 0+ months
Babies will love looking at the bright pictures in this delightful book and seeing what appears when they move the sliders. The simple and robust sliding panels transform the pictures to reveal a chick hatching, baby goats peeping out of a barn and more, and there are fingertrails to follow and animal noises to imitate too. Brilliant for developing essential motor skills and hand-eye coordination, and full of vivid colours, stylish illustrations and friendly animals.
Play hide and seek with Frog
Join frog for a game of hide and seek with his friends! Little ones will lovelifting the large flaps to find all the adorable animals hiding behind, including hedgehog, duck, goose and mouse. With bright, vibrant illustrations by Gareth Lucas and simple text, this is a charming book to enjoy time and time again.
Table Manners for Tigers
Katie Crocodile is having a tea party, when in storm three naughty tigers. “They gurgled and they guzzled and chortled till they spat! They drank straight from the milk jug… Then used it as a hat.” It’s time the tigers visited Miss Molly’s School of Manners or they’ll never be invited out to tea again… A perfect introduction to table manners with humour, rhyme and a lively cast of animal characters. With online audio to listen to the story.
Miss Molly’s School of Kindness
At Miss Molly’s School of Kindness, three naughty fox cubs find out how to be kind to others, kind to themselves, and the importance of being kind to the planet. A perfect way to start conversations with children about kindness, with humour, a fun story, and a cast of lively animal characters.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
An enchantingly illustrated version of the classic fairy tale, with delicate cutaways and flaps to lift. Join Snow White as she meets the seven dwarfs, takes a poisoned apple from the wicked witch, and is saved by a prince. A delightful way to introduce children to this much-loved tale.
All About Feelings
How are you feeling today? This fun, friendly and reassuring introduction to feelings is designed to help young children recognise, understand and name how they’re feeling and learn to talk about and manage their emotions in helpful ways.
Why Do Things Die?
A beautiful and gentle look at the circle of life, using Christine Pym’s gorgeous animal characters to explore the emotions and facts around death, with questions such as Is it ok to talk about dying? What happens when someone dies? Can I shout and cry and hide away? and How can I stop feeling sad?
All About Diversity
This dynamic and joyous exploration of difference helps young children learn to respond in a kind and equal way to everyone, regardless of shape, size, age, physical and mental ability, gender, ethnicity, beliefs, language, culture, background, and so on. With topics ranging from clothes, music and food to homes, festivals and families, there is plenty for children to talk about as they find out about what makes people different and what makes them unique.
Seas and Oceans
Dive into the watery world beneath the waves in this beautifully illustrated information book, with over 50 flaps to lift. Explore coasts, coral reefs and mangrove forests, and find out what lives in the deepest, darkest part of the ocean.
Engineering helps shape the world around us, from the houses and cities we live in, to the way we travel, and even the sound of the music we listen to. Lift the flaps in this fascinating book to discover how engineering works and the many things engineers do.
Periodic Table (AWARD WINNER)
Everything in the Universe is made up of just 118 chemical elements, all of which are listed in the Periodic Table. Lift the flaps in this informative book and discover which elements are crucial to life, which are smelly, explosive or radioactive and lots more. An essential introduction to the building blocks of chemistry, with over 125 flaps.
Did you know that rain sometimes falls red? Or that the equivalent of one truckload of plastic is dumped in our oceans every minute? This visually stunning book is filled with 100 fascinating facts, bright, infographic illustrations, information on ways we can help our planet and links to specially selected websites to find out more.
Saving The Planet (AWARD WINNER)
How could plastic-eating bacteria help reduce waste? Can a river be given human rights? Could we generate all the power we need from the sun and the wind? How do woolly sweaters help penguins in peril? Would building a giant sunshade in space stop the world from overheating? Find the answers to these questions and more in this exciting book full of big, small and unexpected ways to save the planet.
This magically illustrated gamebook plunges you into a story with a difference – one where the hero is YOU. Woken one night by a bang at the door, you creep to the window and see five hooded strangers below. The leader looks up and beckons you down. What do you do? Open the door, play for time, or escape through the window out back? The choice is yours…
The world of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, is torn apart after he receives a chilling visit from the ghost of his father. Hamlet’s vow to avenge his father’s murder takes him on a personal journey fuelled by anger and resentment. But can he retain his sanity in the process? One of William Shakespeare’s most famous plays is retold with simplified text in this richly illustrated graphic novel.
Rose is an unusual child, a North Child. Rose was born facing north, and the old stories say she will venture far from home and embark on a dangerous journey. Making a pact with an enormous white bear, Rose travels on his back to a mysterious castle that holds a dark enchantment, a darker temptation, and the key to her true destiny…
Ace of Spades
Welcome to Niveus Private Academy, where money paves the hallways, and the students are never less than perfect. Until now. Because anonymous texter, Aces, is bringing two students’ dark secrets to light. Unputdownable and utterly compulsive, this high-octane thriller takes a powerful look at institutionalized racism. Perfect for fans of Karen McManus, Holly Jackson and Angie Thomas.
The Places I’ve Cried in Public
Amelie fell hard for Reese. And she thought he loved her too. But she’s starting to realise that real love isn’t supposed to hurt like this. So now she’s retracing their story, revisiting all the places he made her cry. Because if she works out what went wrong, perhaps she can finally learn how to get over him.