The Silly Goat Gruff is a new twist on the classic tale of The Billy Goat Gruff and is written by kiwi Scott Tulloch. As an adult I think this book is brilliant, funny and witty. I’m slightly hesitant to recommend it for all children, however those who enjoy it are sure to request it over and over.
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Paddy and Flynn’s dog Coco is outside when she is suddenly swooped off by a dragon! The boys mount a rescue mission to the dragon’s lair, making sure they have the right supplies for the journey.
The book has rhyming text and full-page colour illustrations.
Everyone says, ‘It wasn’t me!’ But what if it REALLY wasn’t you? What if it was the monster who lives under your bed? How much trouble can one little monster cause…
Lots of little people love toilet humour… There is a Monster Under My Bed Who Farts revolves around blaming someone else – it really was the monster, not me!
Absentminded Mister Whistler always has a song in his head and a dance in his feet. In a rush to catch the train, he is so distracted he loses his ticket. Is it in the bottom pockets of his big coat or the top pockets of his jacket? Perhaps he slipped it into his waistcoat…Where is Mister Whistler’s ticket?
Mr. Renny is a good artist but no one wants to buy his paintings… until one day a stranger makes strange things happen!
The Story of Bo: and the Circus That Wasn’t tells the story of Bo, a sheep who dreamed of being an acrobat but who lived in a country where circuses were forbidden. The story was written by author Kyle Mewburn and Telecom customers in an online collaborative effort. All royalties from the sale of the book will be donated to the Telecom Foundation, an umbrella organisation for all of Telecomâ€™s charitable and community-based initiatives.