Board Books

Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes

Paperback, 07/02/2011, €8.50
Nothing is sweeter, as everyone knows, than tiny baby fingers and chubby baby toes! All over the world, babies are different. Yet in some ways they are very much the same: each one has ten little fingers and ten little toes - to play with, to tickle, to wave. And each child is very, very special to its parents...

Goodnight Moon

Hardback, 02/08/2012, €9.95
A cased edition to celebrate 65 years of this classic board book.

Owl Babies

07/04/2015, €8.50
A board book edition of Martin Waddell and Patrick Benson's classic, reassuring tale of three loveable little owls home alone.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Paperback, 29/09/1994, €9.95
Suitable for children, this title covers colourful collage illustrations and its deceptively simply, hopeful story. It features die-cut pages and finger-sized holes to explore.

On the Night You Were Born

Paperback, 23/07/2013, €8.50
On the night you were born, you brought wonder and magic to the world. The moon stayed up till morning. Polar bears danced. Presented in a board book format, this title celebrates the one and only ever you.

That's Not My Puppy

B, 26/11/1999, €9.95
Invite babies and toddlers to touch and feel a variety of exciting textures, helping develop both sensory and language awareness-- These sturdy board books contain bright and simple illustrations that add to the "hands-on" fun

First Words

Hardback, 01/02/2008, €5.70
Helps you to teach your baby about animals with touch and feel textures Stroke, tickle and touch the textures together with your baby and help them discover about animals.

Slightly Annoying Elephant

Hardback, 25/02/2016, €9.95
Number one bestselling author David Walliams presents his first picture book for children of 3 and up, illustrated by artistic genius Tony Ross.

Dear Zoo

Paperback, 02/07/2010, €9.95
A new edition of Rod Campbell's classic lift-the-flap book.

The Gruffalo

Paperback, 04/09/2009, €9.95
A mouse took a stroll through the deep dark wood. A fox saw the mouse and the mouse looked good.