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Author: Monica Hughes, Gustavo Mazili, Cliff Moon, Collins Big Cat
This simple picture book with a familiar theme, looks at the different thigns that a family take on a picnic; the rug, the basket, the sandwiches, the cakes and the drinks. The scene is set for a perfect picnic, until the wasps arrive!
Author: Paul Shipton, John Gordon, Collins Big Cat
It's lunchtime and the farmer's hungry, but his lunch box is empty! He turns to all the animals on his farm for help, the sheep, cows, horses and geese, but they are all being very secretive. Are they hiding his lunch, or a much bigger and better surprise? The delightful illustrations develop the text, providing lots of points for discussion.
Author: Paul Shipton, Cliff Moon, Collins Big Cat Trevor, Dunton
Who is in the boat? A hilarious counting story about a mouse with a boat taxi that reluctantly agrees to pick up an increasing number of animals as it floats downstream, before eventually sinking under the weight to the seabed! Simple text counts the number of each type of animal, from one to six, as they enter the boat.
Author: Damien Harvey, Francoise Hall, Cliff Moon, Collins Big Cat
It's a lovely day for walking in the park. Before long the dog is chasing a duck through the mud, and dragging its owner into mud and a pond. The dog is taken home, shakes water all over the car and Dad, and at home gets hosed down in the garden - along with poor Dad!
Author: Mitch Cronick, Melanie Sharp, Cliff Moon, Collins Big Cat
What happens when Mum is in the garden tidying up, but thechildren just want to play? This simple, humorous story book shows two boys creating mayhem while Mum works on, unaware. It explores the different places they find to play, from the tent, to the sandpit, through the grass, the leaves and the mud before finally ending up in the bath.
Author: Damien Harvey, Matt Ward, Cliff Moon, Collins Big Cat
How many dinosaurs are there in the dinosaur band? Count the dinosaurs as each music section gets up on stage to play their fabulous instruments, from guitars to flutes to piano! The dinosaurs build up slowly into a huge band and begin to rock!
It's midnight, and the guinea pigs are not in their cage! In this humorous story, two guinea pigs stray from their cage to a park before returning home again in time for breakfast. Their night-time adventure is told through a series of illustrations with very simple repetitive text.
Author: Anthony Robinson, Gwyneth Williamson, Collins Big Cat
Follow this girl and her family as they take a walk through changing landscapes and seasons and show how much fun walking can be in this seasonal story, written by Anthony Robinson and illustrated by Gwyneth Williamson.
Author: Zoe Clarke, Sandra Aguilar, Collins Big Cat
One snail, two beetles, three worms, four spiders and five flies - the frog eats them all, with hilarious consequences. But who will be next on the menu? This humorous story is brilliantly illustrated by Sandra Aguilar.
Author: Michelle Robinson, Connah Brecon, Cliff Moon, Collins Big Cat
A big owl and a small owl sit up in a tree. In trying to show each other how big they are, the small owl is accidentally knocked out of the tree. Can the big owl save him? This quirkily illustrated story is written by Michelle Robinson.
Author: Siobhan Hardy, Steve Lumb, Cliff Moon, Collins Big Cat
The brightly coloured photographs in this picture book show common minibeasts that most children will be familiar with. Photographs alongside the minibeasts show children grouped and made up to resemble the insect featured.
Who's in your family? Use this family tree to learn all about one family, how many brothers and sisters there are and what the grandparents look like, and discover how families are connected. Beautiful illustrations accompany this non-fiction report, providing lots of discussion opportunities.
This non-fiction counting book shows photographs of the following animals: one crocodile, two elephants, three lions, four birds, five frogs and six rabbits. Pictures of equal numbers of children add an element of fun to the book as they pretend to be the animals.
Author: Monica Hughes, Mark Coote, Cliff Moon, Collins Big Cat
The colourful photographs in this non-fiction recount demonstrates different ways of pushing and pulling through photographs taken in a children's playground, using swings, roundabouts and climbing frames and simple captions.
Author: Monica Hughes, Cliff Moon, Collins Big Cat
This book helps children identify different types of car by colour using simple, repetitive text which reinforces common colour words. Cars are shown both in close-up and in action in its surroundings, driving in the city, off the road or tearing around a Grand Prix circuit.
Author: Maoliosa Kelly, Steve Lumb, Cliff Moon, Collins Big Cat
The photographs and text in this non-fiction picture book combine to give an account of a child getting ready to go out skateboarding. The book presents a glimpse of what makes this exhilarating activity so popular.
Author: Monica Hughes, Cliff Moon, Collins Big Cat
This simple non-fiction book introduces and explores the circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, stars and hexagons which can be found in everyday objects. Each labelled shape is accompanied by a photograph showing the shape in an environmental context, for example a rectangular brick in a wall or a hexagon in a honeycomb.
Author: Gill Budgell, Iva Sasheva, Cliff Moon, Collins Big Cat
This illustrated non-fiction book shows children how important it is to wash regularly. Follow the main character through his day from when he wakes up in the morning to having a bath before he goes to bed.
Author: Sarah Levison, Cliff Moon, Collins Big Cat
Children can learn how to make and decorate paper hats in this engaging non-fiction book by Sarah Levison. Step-by-step instructions are accompanied by colourful photographs to make the process easy and fun.
It's a game of hide and seek and Dad the crab is looking for Tim, but he can't find him anywhere. As he hunts around the seabed he finds lots of other crabs in different hiding places, but will he ever find Tim? Written and illustrated by Shoo Rayner this is a fun story with lively, colourful artwork.
Sid is sad because his dad is in a pit, but he comes up with a cunning plan to get him out and play a trick on the man that put him there at the same time! This hilarious story about two mammoths is humorously illustrated by Woody Fox.
Pam, Pip and Dad visit the village fete and try to win prizes at the lucky dip stall. When Pip dips extra deep he gets more than he bargained for! This sweet story is written by Sue Graves and beautifully illustrated by Sandra Aguilar.
Author: Catherine Baker, Tim Platt, Collins Big Cat
Join Dan and Sam as they have fun dipping and tapping with shapes and paint to produce paintings. But who are their pictures of? Full of creative ideas, this photographic non-fiction book is written by Catherine Baker.
What do you do when you go to the park? Follow Tim, Dad and Tim's toy dog, Sid, around the park in this beautiful book written by Gill Budgell and illustrated by Ley Honor Roberts using her photo collage technique.