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April releases for 0-5 year-olds

Not sure what book to get your little one? Take a look at these special new releases for April


Marmalade The Orange Panda

David Walliams

This gorgeous and endearing story is a celebration of family love, being yourself and finding your place in the world. It is the perfect story to share with your special someone – big or little.

I Am A Bunny

Richard Scarry

Discover the seasons with Nicholas the bunny. In the spring, Nicholas picks flowers and chases butterflies, and in the summer, watches the frogs in the pond. In the autumn, he sees the animals preparing for the winter. When winter comes, Nicholas watches the snow falling from the sky, then curls up in his hollow tree and dreams about spring.

The Lorax: What Humming-Fish Wish

Dr. Seuss

Join the Lorax—Dr. Seuss’s beloved icon of environmentalism—as he introduces readers to nine endangered sea creatures and empowers children with simple actions they can take to help protect and save them!

The Lorax: Green Machines and Other Amazing Eco-Inventions

Dr. Seuss

Celebrate all things green with Dr. Seuss’s Lorax in this exciting new book about nature and the inventions that can help protect it!

The Lorax: Hug a Bug

Dr. Seuss

Bees! Butterflies! Ladybirds! Join Dr. Seuss’s Lorax in this exciting new book about incredible insects and how best to protect them!

With unique rhymes, spectacular information and heaps of brilliant images, children will love learning about the environment and the awesome bugs on our planet!

What We’ll Build

Oliver Jeffers

A rare and enduring story about a parent’s boundless love, life’s endless opportunities, and all we need to build a together future. The perfect baby shower gift or gift for new parents!

We Are the Wibbly

Sarah Tagholm

This heartwarming, hilarious story speaks perfectly to the anxiety that children can feel about keeping up with those around them – perfect for fans of Oi Frog! and Tad by Benji Davies.

Little Owl’s Babysitter

Debi Gliori

Little Owl does NOT want a babysitter . he’s not a baby and he certainly doesn’t want to be sat on! When Pinny the babysitter arrives, Little Owl wants a long bedtime story and a hot chocolate with forty marshmallows – and he mustn’t forget to say goodnight to ALL his toys, about a millionty billion of them!

My First Haircut

Yang Dong

Contrary to popular belief, a toddler’s first haircut can actually be fun! (And every hair-washing, too!) This interactive board book featuring die-cuts across each illustrated spread for fingers to “wash,” “cut,” and “comb” hair introduces the youngest readers to haircare in a clever and comforting way.

Run, Run, Run!

Taro Gomi

It’s time to run a race like no other! Finish line? Winning? None of that matters here. Exploring is the goal! In this colorful board book by bestselling author-illustrator Taro Gomi, follow the racer as he runs far past the finish line and through fields, a farm, a forest, and more. Toddlers will delight in turning the pages to find out where he will run, run, run to next!

If I Had a Crocodile

Gabby Dawnay

In this humorous, energetically rhyming tale, a little girl experiences exactly what life would be like with a wild creature for a pet. The latest in the bestselling IfI Had a . . . series, If I Had a Crocodile celebrates the fun of having a sassy, snappy pet.

Taro Gomi’s Big Book of Words

Taro Gomi

Taro Gomi introduces toddlers to first words in unforgettable ways: From flowers to a face, to greetings and games, this one-of-a-kind collection not only provides first-word basics but a fresh and fun-filled approach all while letting the youngest of readers “travel” to Japan through its pages.​

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