Supertato – Sue Hendra & Paul Linnet
Supertato is one of a set of 10 books by Sue Hendra that you'll find in the library. This funny picture book has bright, lively illustrations to support the text and lots of details to spot and share. Can Supertato save the supermarket from the Evil Pea? Some vegetables are frozen for a very good reason…
A Boy Just Like Me - Frasier Cox
Frasier was just 9 years old when he wrote this book, illustrated by Alison Brown. He entered a competition with the Book People to write a bedtime story and won. Popular at story time in class, it's a very human heart-warming story about the author and a refugee boy of the same age who shares the same hopes and dreams and some of the profits from the book were donated to Save the Children.
A Planet Full of Plastic - Neal Layton
Lots of us are aware that there is a lot of plastic lying around in the world in places it really shouldn't be, like the middle of the ocean. It's not good for the planet and it doesn't go away. This book explains both some of the problems and what we can do about this important issue.
Handa's Surprise - Eileen Browne
This warm-hearted classic can be enjoyed by even the youngest children. The colourful pictures show Handa on her way to see her friend with a surprise gift. But when she arrives she gets as much of a surprise as her friend! Great for counting and naming animals and fruits.
Mr Tiger Goes Wild - Peter Brown
Mr Tiger lives a rather boring life in a rather boring place and he just wants to be himself and be a bit wild and colourful. So he has to leave town. Follow this cleverly illustrated story to find out what happens when he gets to the wilderness and how everyone feels when they can be more themselves.