A mouse goes on a night time journey around the house in which he lives. Will he get past the three furry cats? What will he do on his adventure? Will he get back safely? Find out in this charming counting tale, suitable for children aged 18 months - 2 years, who are learning the numbers 1 - 10.
In Charlie Thumb's Bubble Gum, a boy's love of bubble gum sends him on a trip around the globe. What will happen to him and will he escape unharmed?
In Cedric and the Dragon the young hero goes to fight a dragon and finds the battle surprisingly easy. Find out the answers in Awesome Adventures. Suitable for children aged 4 - 8, who like to listen to stories or read independently.
Little Mouse and his friends notice there is a piece of the moon missing. Where has it gone? Will they be able to find it? And if not, will they be able to mend the moon and make it whole again? Find out what happens in this prize winning story, suitable for children aged 2 - 4+.
Bear is asleep and keeps being woken up by the other woodland creatures. It's making him very cross. What will it take to make him calm down and join in the fun? Find out in this gentle rhyming tale, suitable for children aged 2 - 4+.
Bingo is very worried. He has heard his owners talking about eating hot dogs for dinner. He is a hot dog and he needs to get cool - and fast! Will he achieve this and will he manage to avoid being eaten? Find out in this humorous rhyming tale, suitable for children aged 2 - 4+.
Lizzie Golightly has a special gift - she can talk to animals. Through her conversations with a snail in her special place in the garden, she gets advice on how to cope with being teased about her size at school. Find out how she comes to appreciate that 'small is beautiful' in this extended story. Suitable for parental or independent reading with children aged 5 years and over.
Lizzie Golightly has a new baby cousin. She wants to give a special present to him, but what should it be? Find out how a spider who lives in Lizzie's garden helps her to make the perfect gift in this Christmassy tale. Suitable for parental or independent reading with children aged 5 years and over.
In 'Why Do We Have Night-Time?' Baby Bear wants to know why it can't be day all the time. In 'A Better Bed' Kitten goes in search of a more comfortable place to sleep. But will she succeed? In 'Who Shall I Snuggle?', Emily can't decide which of her toys most deserves a snuggle. What will happen if she chooses them all? Find out the answers to all these questions in this charming collection of bedtime stories by Lynne Hallett. Suitable for reading to young children or reading by themselves.