Learn about noises, numbers, colours and animals with Dear Zoo's Rod Campbell.
These board books - coming in a gorgeous cloth bag - will help children learn important concepts like counting and colours in a fun and appealing way.
They have beautiful artwork and have also been specially designed to help children develop their vocabulary and build their confidence when it comes to reading aloud.
Format: board book
Ten books to encourage children talk about their feelings...
These books have been designed to help you help children understand their feelings and develop their skills so that they can identify and manage emotions, build confidence and develop their self-esteem while also finding a healthier, more positive frame of mind.
These books will help children identify, manage and express feelings in an appropriate and acceptable way - introducing different emotional concepts in simple language that resonates with young children.
Make friends with Axel Scheffler's amazing animals!
The four board books in this collection from The Gruffalo illustrator introduce animals found in the garden, the jungle and on the farm. There's also a colourful book dedicated to bouncing baby animals.
Coming in a beautiful bag, these books will help children develop observational skills and learn the names of a wide range of cute critters.
Format: board book
What is a chameleon without his colour?
Chameleon just can't make his colours work and without his camouflage, he can't hide. Meanwhile, Lion is on the prowl and planning on eating him up...
Will Monkey and Meercat be able to save the day? This shaped board book has die-cut pages and provides a fascinating introduction to colours.
Make sure your baby loves books!
This collection of eight board books provides a wonderful introduction to the world of reading. Each appealing book has beautifully designed high-contrast images that will capture baby's attention.
All published by the experts at Usborne, these delightful books will introduce baby animals, colours, numbers and so many more popular topics.
Format: board book
Peppa and George introduce a selection of first words in this bright, simple and fun early learning book. The themes are all ones that Peppa Pig fans will enjoy including 'at home', 'at the park' and 'at a party'.
Young children will be captivated as they look and point at each picture while saying the words and there's even an extra surprise to find under a fun flap.
This 10-book collection will help young children learn their first words in both English and Spanish.
All of these books have appealing images of the subject with the English definition on one page and then another picture of the same object, thing or saying on the opposite page, all accompanied by the Spanish translation. There is one word and its translation on each double-page spread.
Suitable for children aged 3 and over, these books cover topics ranging from family and nature to the things found at the park and at the beach.
Take a chomp out of this book as you learn how to count with a super shark!
This fin-tastic book has vibrant artwork and simple text to help children get to grips with numbers. It's a brilliant book for toddlers to read and re-read before starting nursery.
The die-cut pages, bright colours and surprise ending - when the shark discovers the consequences of being too greedy - make this introduction to numbers very appealing!
The beloved characters from Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's Tales from Acorn Wood series can help toddlers learn how to count in this stunning book.
One pig playing hide-and-seek; two socks that Fox has lost; three letters for Bear to deliver; and four mice keeping Rabbit awake... This book is perfect when it comes to providing an introduction to counting and numbers.
This beautiful carry bag holds tried-and-tested Busy Bees baby books including a first 100 words book, a tabbed bedtime book, a peekaboo book with a mirror and a fold-out height chart.
The soft and sweet illustration style is very appealing and the tactile nature of all of the books makes them pleasing to touch. The sweet height chart features a chart on one side so you can track baby's growing rate (it goes up to 4 1/2 feet/140cm) and a selection of beloved nursery rhymes to share together on the back.
A wonderful first gift bag for babies, this is sure to inspire an early love of books and help children learn, develop and master essential skills including hand-eye coordination and observation.
Based on the bestselling toddler series from Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, the team behind the Gruffalo, this book can help kids learn all about colours with their favourite characters from Acorn Wood.
Can they see Fox's blue socks? What about Bear's red waistcoat, or the yellow flowers in Rabbit's garden? This has plenty of things to spot and will help children identify colours with ease.
This delightful addition to the Tiny Tots range has everything little ones need to tell the time!
With easy-to-turn clock hands and bright illustrations, this adorable book is perfect for new readers and helps to develop dexterity skills.
Children can learn numbers 0-20 by looking at the colourful pictures and numerals on these educational flashcards. They provide a fun and easy way for children to build their confidence in counting and recognise a wide range of numbers.
Perfect for preparing your children for school, they will help children practise numbers and encourage them to trace them and develop early adding and taking away skills. There are also symbol cards to help children practise simple sums.
There is helpful guidance for parents and even ideas for fun games to play with the cards.
This classic title, containing a thousand things to spot in busy scenes, has been revised and updated for the 40th anniversary of Usborne Publishing. Three generations of children have built their basic vocabulary with this entertaining and fun book. This is the original find-the-duck, for which illustrator Stephen Cartwright first invented the iconic Little Yellow Duck.
A set of 40 bright and bold flash cards featuring friendly characters and different letters to help children get to grips with their times tables.
Cards featuring various multiplication sums provide a tactile and visual way of learning about the times tables.
Presented in a handy box with a string handle, these flash cards are ideal for children who are starting school and want to get ahead when it comes to knowing their letters.
This jumbo pad is bursting with activities and colouring fun that will help children learn their first numbers.
With a page for every number from 1-20, there are a number of number-recognition activities to complete and also ones that make use of writing skills. The pad also comes with 100 stickers.
Children can spell out their name (or many other words) and play with a bright and colourful train with this awesome set.
The train is easy to put together and the carriages come in a range of colours that can also be slotted together. Every letter of the alphabet is included in lower case and there are also extra vowel letters.
A great way of getting your children's learning of letters on track and for them to develop their hand-eye coordination.
Ages 1 plus Box size: 210 x 300mm
With fun activities that reinforce children's learning, the My First Shapes Colouring and Activity Pad is perfect for helping to introduce various shapes.
There are colouring activities to complete and 100 stickers to decorate the pad (and anywhere else your children wish, within reason) with.
Young children will have so much fun seeing animals in their own special habitats and comparing those that are furry, feathery and fishy in this brilliant First 100 Animals book!
A vibrant combination of photography and artwork helps bring the animals to life and will give children plenty to pore over, while the easy-to-read labels encourage children to sound out new words for the first time.
A brilliant first word and picture book full of animals that will inspire little ones to ask questions about the animals they love!
This early learning activity book is full of simple spelling, counting and drawing exercises which act as the perfect introduction to some of the subjects and topics children will be facing as they start school.
Simple, step-by-step instructions, bright artwork and wipe-clean pages make this a book children will be happy to return to again and again as they complete the activities and have fun while learning.
A great way for children to develop their problem-solving, writing and fine motor skills.
This cute board book invites children to come and hang out in the jungle - where there are so many friendly animals to meet!
Children can explore role play, emotions and facial expressions as they work though the book and there's also a cut-out mirror surprise on both the front and inside back cover to provide even more joy.
With a flap to lift on every page, this large-format board book introduces 100 first words. There's a big flap - perfect for little hands to hold - on every page!
With its colourful and engaging grid-pattern layout and modern artwork, children will love exploring each spread as they are introduced to their first words.
There's an owl hidden behind some curtains; the moon behind the cloud; and a dog behind a door!
Learn how to tie your laces with this bright and bold book from the Tiny Tots range.
It follows two friendly rabbits as they have fun playing in the field and learn how important it is to tie your laces. The practical illustrations are colour coded and easy to decipher.
A step-by-step guide to tying shoelaces, complete with a practice lace embedded into its colourful cover.
These perfect picture books introduce important topics including colours, numbers, families and everyday words in a fun and accessible way.
They support the Early Years Foundation Stage and give younger children the chance to look, read, discover, talk and learn all about the world around them.
The maths book has plenty of number-counting activities to practise while the colours book will help children understand how ideas are presented through art.
These books will help children develop their communication and vocabulary skills and encourage them to ask questions about the topics.