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March releases for 0-5 year-olds

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


There’s a Tiger on the Train

Mariesa Dulak

On an extraordinary journey to the sea, a tiger boards the train, along with a jungle of other animals – all without Dad even looking up from his phone! From debut author, Mariesa Dulak, and award-winner Rebecca Cobb, illustrator of The Everywhere Bear.


Rob Biddulph

Meet Gigantic, the smallest blue whale in the Atlantic. Dwarfed by the other whales, Gigantic keeps to himself, making new friends and perfecting his somersaults and flips in the bay.

But one day when Gigantic’s brother, Titan, gets stuck on the sand, it’s down to Gigantic and his smallest sea creature friends to save the day. Can they show it’s possible to be tiny and tough?

The Crayons Love Our Planet

Drew Daywalt & Oliver Jeffers

The Crayons love our planet and are proud of their contributions. White ice caps, Green trees, Blue oceans and skies, Brown soil…and more! Even Beige is proud of his contribution: Wheat! This humorous mini hardcover book shows the beauty of our plant—and why it needs all of us to be complete. Perfect for Earth Day.

Ramadan Kareem

M.O. Yuksel

A joyful picture book that celebrates the joys and traditions of the holy month of Ramadan around the world. Join the characters and their families as they engage in a time of increased spirituality, fasting, prayer, charity, self-reflection, gratitude and empathy in the Muslim faith.

Everybody Toots

Jonny Leighton

Jerboa is going about his day when he releases a squeaky, stinky toot which shocks the shy creature into thinking he’s done something wrong. Luckily, Elephant is on hand to weigh in with a wise word; after all, no matter how cheeky it might sound, EVERYBODY TOOTS!

Look Out! Hungry Lion

Paul Delaney

It’s dinnertime and Hungry Lion is in the mood for something to eat… but his prey see him coming! Will Lion end up with anything to munch?

With six spreads and five sturdy flaps, perfect for little hands, children will love discovering who’s hiding on each page in this funny and playful introduction to the food chain!

Look Out! Hungry Snake

Paul Delaney

Hungry Snake is on the hunt for food in this fun, cheeky and vibrant lift-the-flap story, perfect for little readers!

It’s dinnertime and Hungry Snake is in the mood for something to eat… but with Snake’s prey running away or refusing to be eaten, will she end up with anything on her plate?

Vile Virginia and the Curse that Got Worse

Issy Emeney

Virginia was a tyrant, a bully and a brat, who was rude to sweet old ladies, and tormented next door’s cat.

Then one day the doorbell rings and Virginia meets Julian. Her mother calls him an angel and insists he share Virginia’s room, but Virginia has never shared in her life! Obviously, Julian must go. But perhaps he’s not quite as angelic as he first appears. . . .

Bizzy Bear Find and Follow: On the Building Site

Benji Davies

Learn farm vocabulary with simple first words and helpful text prompts to encourage talking. Then push Bizzy Bear along 4 different tracks with a moving counter on every spread, plus an extra one on the cover! The perfect book for children who love things that go, busy building sites and love being in control of the story!

Bizzy Bear Find and Follow: On the Farm

Benji Davies

Join Bizzy Bear on the farm in this chunky new board book with sliding counters.

Bizzy Bear is helping out on the farm today. He’s got lots to do and he needs your help! Visit the chickens, feed the pigs and ride a horse with four easy-to-use moving counters.

Spot It! World Atlas

Megan McKean

Written and illustrated by the talented Megan McKean, children will be happily occupied, at home or on the go, searching for iconic animals, buildings, food and more, while learning interesting facts about countries around the world.

The Tiny Tailors

Kat Macleod

Following on from the first book in the series, The Tiny Explorers, Kat Macleod’s signature mixed-media style captures all the wonders and possibilities of the garden. A new bud can be turned into a cape and an armful of forget-me-nots can make the most beautiful gown. Seemingly ordinary elements – flowers, feathers, leaves and seeds – are turned into stylish suits and floral costumes when seen from the Tiny Tailors’ vantage point.​

A Different Dragon

Nick Gill

A heartwarming rhyming picture book about a little dragon who wishes he was special like his friends … but soon discovers that he’s special in his own way.

Wild About Babies

Philip Bunting

Wild babies come in many different shapes and species! Wild About Babies presents a collection of some of Mother Nature’s most incredible infants, and explores how they spend their first few weeks in the world. From pufflings to porcupettes, axolotls to aphids … and heaps more.

Dinosaur Roar! The Tyrannosaurus Rex

Peter Curtis

The king of dinosaurs, Dinosaur Roar! makes a noise that no one can ignore. But when Dinosaur SQUEAK goes missing, will his roar be enough to help him find her? With a fantastic rhyming text written by series creator, Peter Curtis and award-winning author, Jeanne Willis, Dinosaur Roar! The Tyrannosaurus Rex is great to read aloud and perfect for preschool children.

Dinosaur Boo! The Deinonychus

Peter Curtis

Dinosaur Boo loves nothing more than playing tricks on the other dinosaurs, but he had better look out as he might just be in for a surprise of his own . . . With a fantastic rhyming text written by series creator, Peter Curtis, and award-winning author, Jeanne Willis, Dinosaur Boo! The Deinonychus is great to read aloud and perfect for preschool children.

Dinosaur Stomp! The Triceratops

Peter Curtis

Dinosaur Stomp doesn’t want to play with the other dinosaurs, all he wants is to be left alone . . . but sometimes even a grumpy Triceratops needs a friend! With a fantastic rhyming text written by series creator, Peter Curtis, and award-winning author, Jeanne Willis, Dinosaur Stomp! The Triceratops is perfect for preschool children.

Dinosaur Munch! The Diplodocus

Peter Curtis

Dinosaur Munch is always hungry – he wants more and more and more – but will his huge appetite get him into trouble? With a fantastic rhyming text written by series creator, Peter Curtis, and award-winning author, Jeanne Willis, Dinosaur Munch! The Diplodocus is perfect for preschool children.

What Dinosaur Am I?

Peter Curtis

What dinosaur has feet like an elephant? What dinosaur honks like a car? What dinosaur has teeth the size of bananas?

Find out the answers to all of these questions and more in this fun lift-the-flap book. Read the clues and lift the flaps to discover what colourful dinosaur species is on each page. Then, use the pronunciation guides to learn how to say their names.

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