It’s time to set sail on the high seas on a quest for buried treasure with the Tiny Travelers!
Jack, Ella, Noah, Izzy, and their cat, Lucky, are playing pirates in their tree house when a mysterious parrot appears from nowhere, carrying an envelope. Inside, is a message from Captain James Jellyfish, recruiting the friends as his fearless crew to find buried treasure on Octopus Island before his old enemy One-Eyed Bill does!
With a sprinkle of magic, the Tiny Travelers set off on their amazing adventure, and your own tiny traveler will love to join them in this fabulous, interactive Let’s be… Pirates book. Inside, they’ll discover a fold-out treasure map, flaps to lift that reveal hidden surprises, a turn-the-wheel telescope, and a fantastic pop-up pirate ship.
With Parrot Pete as their guide, and lots of clues to help them on their way, the Tiny Travelers complete their mission and find a chest full of gold and gems. A great book to inspire imagination and encourage creative play in all would-be adventurers, the only question is—where will the Tiny Travelers go next?
There are tricks and treats in store for your little monster this Halloween with our collection of fun-filled books for the spookiest night of the year! Are you brave enough to enter the Spooky House? From the witch’s kitchen to the haunted attic and vampire’s crypt, there are eight ghoulish scenes to explore, each with... Read more
Ten years ago, we published our First 100 Words board book – since then, it has become a bestseller the world over, and has helped countless babies and toddlers to take their first steps on the early learning ladder. Now, you can help your pre-schooler get ahead with their literacy skills with this fantastic First 100 Words Sticker Book.... Read more
Like many of you I am passionate about books and we’ve both nurtured Little B’s love of the printed page since he was born. In fact our house is creaking under the weight of all the paper we’ve accumulated over the past eighteen months. But I realised that, ironically, I haven’t often written about our favourite... Read more