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Books by Neal Layton

  • ASEYV
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    There comes a point in every young mammoth's life when it's time to grow up a bit and join the Mammoth Academy. Arabella loves school, but Oscar is finding it a little more difficult to get used to. Especially as he is accused of stealing the school's oranges. He is sure it was humans - the most dangerous animals in all of the Mammoth Lands! With the help of his new friend Fox, who has decided not to wash for 2 months so his fur will begin to self-clean, Oscar sets out to prove that humans are in the valley and at the same time stumbles across more trouble than he'd thought!
  • ASEYW
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    Stinking, rubbish-infested rivers to swim in, nature walks minus the nature and Giant Sloth cooking dinner. This can only mean one terrible thing for the Academy students on their school trip. Humans are about! And now Oscar's gone missing. Professor Snout and the other students are about to embark on a rescue mission which goes swimmingly!
  • ARGDG
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    There's not much worse than having to go back to school after the holidays. Except perhaps if you return and there's graffiti all over the school! And then a flea epidemic! Things are getting pretty hairy for the students of the Mammoth Academy. The heaviest snowfall in history means lots of hungry humans and soon the Academy is surrounded. How will they get out of this one?
  • ARGDH
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    A new year at the Mammoth Academy and this time there are some new faces - Simon and Simone, the pygmy mammoths! And they're not your usual pygmy mammoths either - they're cool surfer dudes from Paradise Island! No sooner have they arrived however, than trouble begins. After receiving news from home that Paradise Island is under threat from some fearful new inhabitants - identified by the Oscar as HUMANS, the brave band of pals venture to the far-off island on an intrepid rescue mission on the high seas.
  • AJDGX Toddlers
    Toddlers
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    This is a delightfully fun first concept book from the acclaimed Neal Layton, designed to encourage early development. Designed to stimulate early development and literacy by describing everyday routines in a funny and accessible way, this first concept Baby Walker title from the acclaimed author/illustrator Neal Layton is a joy to share together. Googly eyes on the front cover and a transforming flap surprise at the end will be sure to grab any baby or toddler's attention and bring a smile to their face. Neal's daughter, Betsy, co-wrote this book. Googly eyes on the front cover for a truly interactive experience. Transforming flap surprise on the final spread reveals the hilarious child's perspective. See also, This Is Me! Eating! (9781406349443).
  • AZMTV 3 years +
    3 years +
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    A delightful picture book with a wonderful twist which encourages young children to think about the way animals and humans live side by side. The tree. Home to a family of birds in their nest, squirrels in their drey and rabbits in their burrow. But what happens to the animals when a man and woman decide to cut it down and use it for their dream house? Can the tree be home to both the animals and the humans? A simple yet fun and distinctive picture book, with a strong environmental message about the importance of respecting animal habitats, by the award-winning Neal Layton.
  • AYZIW
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    Tony has settled into his new school, but things never stay the same for long - Tony's mum announces that he is going to have a new little brother or sister. When things get too much, Tony likes to press the red button in the kitchen cupboard, and climb aboard The Invincible spaceship to chill amongst intergalactic life. This time, Tony notices a lonely looking blob hanging around space. Against the computer's warnings, Tony takes the lonely blob 'Dot' back to planet Earth so they can keep each other company. It's fun playing space games with Dot. But, Dot is has very peculiar food habits. The school has a plumbing malfunction, does it have something to do with Dot? Will Tony be able to come up with a plan to calm Dot down before his school presentation and the fancy dress disco? And can Dot help Tony realise how fun caring for a small creature can be?
  • BSBDY
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    What would you do if a red button in your kitchen cupboard could transport you to a spaceship? Press it, of course! Created by the award-winning author and illustrator Neal Layton. When things get too much, Tony climbs aboard his spaceship called The Invincible to chill amongst intergalactic life. But this time, Tony hears some strange noises over his communicator - is it an alien trying to communicate with him, or his new baby sister? Whatever it is, the something is controlling the movements of the spaceship and Tony is sent hurtling towards a parallel universe inhabited by strange creatures called the Blue Bloos. If he has any way of getting home, he will have to work with his friends, old and new ...
  • AUKLE
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    Perfect for every child who has ever dreamed of travelling to space...Making new friends is never easy, but seems impossible when Tony moves to a new town and school mid-term. But when he finds a round red button hidden in a cupboard, all his worries are forgotten. The button transforms his dull kitchen into a spaceship, called The Invincible. There's nothing more exciting than cruising the universe for adventure, but what about school and his mum? Tony Spears' epic-galactic-space-adventures and his earthly life begin to converge. The universe is in danger, 'Sports Morning' is looming at school and Tony's mum won't have a messy kitchen! Will Tony find a way to save the universe, and also deal with the difficulties in his 'real' life? Inspired by Tim Peake and Major Tom ...
  • AGYTC
    Neal Layton
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    'Layton's wildly exuberant illustrations provide the perfect accompaniment to the four legged narrator's refreshing brand of humour' The Guardian A completely topsy-turvey view of a world seen from a dog's eye point of view - a very funny story which turns to real drama when the little girl gets lost on the beach and the search is on to find her ...
  • ABFIB 5 years +
    5 years +
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    Starting with early humans who have no things, through to farming, civilizations, inventions, steam, electricity, computers, and the world we live in now, Neal Layton explores ideas, inventions and discoveries. In his usual quirky style and energetic illustrations, Neal Layton tells this story in an accessible way for the very young. Is is a most original and inventive book!
  • AJDGW Babies
    Babies
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    This is a delightfully fun first concept book from the acclaimed Neal Layton, designed to encourage early development. Designed to stimulate early development and literacy by describing every day routines in a funny and accessible way, this first concept Baby Walker title from acclaimed author/illustrator Neal Layton is a joy to share together. Googly eyes on the front cover and a transforming flap surprise at the end will be sure to grab any baby or toddler's attention and bring a smile to their face. Neal's daughter, Betsy, co-wrote this book. It features Googly eyes on the front cover for a truly interactive experience. Transforming flap surprise on the final spread reveals the hilarious child's perspective. See also This Is Me, Dressing Up! (9781406349436).
  • AYVMQ 3 years +
    3 years +
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    A delightful picture book with a wonderful twist which encourages young children to think about the way animals and humans live side by side. The tree. Home to a family of birds in their nest, squirrels in their drey and rabbits in their burrow. But what happens to the animals when a man and woman decide to cut it down and use it for their dream house? Can the tree be home to both the animals and the humans? A simple yet fun and distinctive picture book, with a strong environmental message about the importance of respecting animal habitats, by the award-winning Neal Layton.
  • BKGQU 3 years +
    3 years +
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    A reissue of this award-winning picture book by Neal Layton. Winner of the Nestle Smarties Book Prize Bronze Award. Bartholomew leads a quiet life. But he is a kindly sort of bear, so when his new friend, the Bug, is in a tremendous hurry to find the bright lights, he decides to help him on his way. Bear soon finds himself in the big city, which is like nothing he's ever known before. But why is Bug in such a hurry? A clever and wonderfully original celebration of friendship, kindness and living life to the full. 'A life-affirming story, gloriously illustrated' Julia Eccleshare 'Wonderfully messy, child-friendly drawings against hip, graphic backgrounds' Daily Mail
  • BJAJJ
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    Oscar was a wooly mammoth. And so was Arabella. Did anyone ever tell you wooly mammoth weren't very clever? Don't believe them if they did! Oscar and Arabella were two wooly mammoths who had to think very fast to outwit the scary thing lurking in the cave...
  • BJBYC
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    An unusually hot summer creates difficulties for the woolly mammoths Oscar and Arabella. Being so woolly means nothing seems to keep them cool. Another fantastic picture book about those two lovable woolly mammoths, Oscar and Arabella, from Smarties shortlist author Neal Layton.
  • BXVKK
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    Everything is made of stuff. Some things are made of paper, like this book. And some things are made of PLASTIC. If you look around you, plastic is everywhere. Even in places where it's not meant to be. If it drops to the ground, it doesn't rot away - it sticks around for ever. Our world is drowning in plastic, and it's a big problem. Award-winning author-illustrator Neal Layton is here to explain where plastic comes from, why it doesn't biodegrade, and why that's dangerous for animals and humans alike. But he's also FULL of ideas for how you can help! From giving up straws in juice cartons to recycling all we can and taking part in a beach clean, A Planet Full of Plastic will get young readers excited about how they can make a difference to keep Planet Earth happy. This brilliant non-fiction picture book, illustrated in Neal's trademark collage style, is perfect for readers aged 5-7 who love nature and want to help the environment.