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The Grinny Granny Donkey by Craig Smith and Katz Cowley

 

Meet Grinny Granny - the latest addition to the phenomenal Donkey family. And just like Wonky Donkey and Dinky Donkey, she is silly and funny all at once.

 

With a wonderful rhyming text and illustrations full of humour, The Grinny Granny Donkey will make you hee haw with laughter!

 

  • brilliantly funny story by Craig Smith and beautiful illustrations by Katz Cowley will guarantee that The Grinny Granny Donkey will become your new favourite picture book

  • The perfect gift for every child
  • The award-winning Donkey books bring families together with love, laughter and fun
  • Also available: The Wonky Donkey and The Dinky Donkey

Happy by Nicola Edwards

 

We breathe deep and expand like the galaxy, 

We breathe out many thousands of stars, 

And if ever we start to feel panicky, 

This reminds us of just who we are.  

 

The perfect soothing read for quiet time, Happy gently encourages young readers to explore their emotions and the beautiful world around them. This poetic journey to a place of happiness and calm will inspire and empower your child to enjoy the practice of mindfulness.

A Shelter for Sadness by Anne Booth and David Litchfield.

 

Sadness has come to live with me
and I am building it a shelter.
I am building a shelter for my sadness
and welcoming it inside.

A small boy creates a shelter for his sadness, a safe space where Sadness is welcome, where it can curl up small, or be as big as it can be, where it can be noisy or quiet, or anything in between. The boy can visit the shelter whenever he needs to, every day, sometimes every hour, and the two of them will cry and talk or just sit, saying nothing.

And the boy knows that one day Sadness may come out of the shelter, and together they will look out at the world, and see how beautiful it is.

A poignant and heart-warming picture book exploring the importance of making space and time for our own griefs, small or large, sensitively visualized with David Litchfield's stunning illustration.


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