Classic Picture Book Pack

A set of time-honoured classics which have delighted generations, full of tried-and-tested favourites that never fail to cast a spell. Here you’ll find comical stories, thrilling stories, gentle stories and exciting stories in a selection that belongs on any family bookshelf. Prepare yourself for chuckles and surprises at home with the lovable Large Family, and a visit from a stripy orange tiger who comes round for tea! Or set off on a bear hunt, look for a lost toy in the classic story Dogger, and explore the night forest with some little owlets! Packed with true essentials that no child can resist, this pack has all you need for perfect storytimes and bedtimes.

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  • 8321 shirley hughes 1 1049897

    Shirley Hughes

    Shirley Hughes is the creator of classic childhood favourites like Dogger and the Alfie series. We think she’s a national treasure!

    Awards

    Shirley Hughes has twice won the Kate Greenaway Award, for Dogger and Ella’s Big Chance, and was the first ever recipient of the Booktrust Lifetime Achievement Award.

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    Judith Kerr won the Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis in 1974 for her classic novel When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit.

  • 8033 jill murphy 1 503807

    Jill Murphy

    Jill Murphy is the author of the Worst Witch and Large Family books. Her much-loved heroine Mildred is back in The Worst Witch and the Wishing Star, and Jill is a World Book Day author for 2014.

    Awards

    Jill Murphy won the Nestle Smarties Prize and the Sheffield Children’s Book Prize for The Last Noo Noo.

  • 8264 michael rosen 1 305823

    Michael Rosen

    Michael Rosen is an author, poet and broadcaster, best known for classic books like We’re Going on a Bear Hunt. He was Children’s Laureate from 2007-2009

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    Michael won the Nestle Smarties prize for We’re Going On a Bear Hunt. He was awarded the Eleanor Farjeon prize for services to Children’s literature in 1997, and was Children’s Laureate from 2007-2009.

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    Martin Waddell has won the Nestle Smarties prize twice for Can’t You Sleep, Little Bear? and Farmer Duck, and the Kurt Maschler award for The Park in the Dark.

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