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But the bag’s caught a nail and it’s started to rip.
Dropetty PLOP! Now what could that be?
All on his own it’s a left-behind pea.
Disaster strikes when Pea falls out of the shopping bag . . . Is this the end? Is it ALL OVER FOR PEA?! Of course it’s not! Follow Pea as he journeys across the city on a skateboard, and bus, and even on the wings of a passing-by bird – and has the adventure OF A LIFETIME! Sometimes it pays to be small . . .
THE RUNAWAY PEA LEFT BEHIND is laugh-out-loud funny, bursting with imagination, and the most perfect third story in this much-loved series. The first book, THE RUNAWAY PEA, was chosen as BookTrust's Time to Read book of 2020, being given to 775,000 children in the UK.
It’s time for dinner, but one pesky pea has decided to roll himself off the plate in search of a party! The rogue pea shoots, flings, and bounces across the kitchen as he embarks on his perilous adventure. But will he find the fun he is looking for, or is the kitchen a scarier place than he thought?
When one rogue pea finds himself s p i n n i n g down the plug hole, surely he’s in for a terrible time in the murky glurky sewers? NOT THIS PEA! Everything is an adventure! Everyone is a friend! But is all as safe as Pea assumes, or might he yet end up as someone’s dinner?!
A fall-over-yourself funny sequel to the bestselling THE RUNAWAY PEA by Kjartan Poskitt and Alex Willmore, which has been shortlisted for Oscar's Book Prize, and the FCBG award. Keep your eyes PEAled for more brilliant Pea books!
Meet Rex, the talon-tearing tough leader of a Cretaceous crew that loves to feed, feud, and fight! All is well in their rough-and-tumble world until someone new comes to town: a yoga-loving dino named Sam. Rex disapproves of his yoga pants, the “silly” chants, and frankly anyone who prefers tree pose to tussling.
But how will Rex react when his surly, burly buddies want to try something new? And what is the real reason Rex rejects this new dinosaur?
Kids will delight in this chomping, stomping showdown between the muscle-bound and the mellow, as Rex learns what true toughness looks like. With humor and heart, Dinos Don’t Do Yoga reveals the strength of kindness and friendship over bullying and fear.
Now with new illustrations by Alex Willmore, Me Counting Time is a playful introduction to the concept of time. When a young boy prepares for his seventh birthday and counts how many years old he is, he begins on an exploration of the many units of time that are a part of everyday life. Fun to read, easy to understand, and brimming with colorful illustrations, this title joins the other repackages in Joan Sweeney's popular Me...series--Me on the Map, Me and My Place in Space, Me and My Amazing Body, Me and My Family Tree, Me and the Measure of Things, and Me and My Senses.
This bus is in trouble—it won't be going through the town without a good mechanic! Can everyone work together to get the bus moving again? A new version of the perennial children's song is just as lively and fun as the original, while celebrating community and cooperation. Children will love the action, antics, appealing animal characters, and the very unexpected beginning to this rollicking romp.