Marshmallows for Martians
George is a boy on a mission to find out what sort of sweets aliens like to eat. Armed with a whole load of his favourite sweeties and a home made rocket, he heads off to Mars.
The book is brilliantly illustrated with detailed pictures and the fast paced, witty rhyming text is lots of fun.
As the story unfolds, George discovers that the Martians favourite food is marshmallows, but not for the reasons you might think!! It turns out that the sweets have a very welcome use for the inhabitants of Mars.
Released on June 5th 2014, this latest storybook from the author of Spaghetti with the Yeti is priced at £6.99 RRP and is published by Egmont.
Pete the Cat I Love My White Shoes
Pete the Cat loves his brand new white shoes so much, he walks down the street singing about them. But on his travels, his shoes don't stay white. As he steps in different things, his white shoes change colour. Instead of fretting, Pete just changes his song and keeps singing, embracing the new colours as he goes along his way.
This story has a great moral for little ones - whatever happens, just keep walking and singing your song because it's all good! Pete overcomes the things that could have upset him with an unswerving yet understated optimism.
The quirky illustrations and the simple, repetitive text is really effective. Pete is a groovy and bluesy cat with a cool attitude. I love this book and the message it delivers!
There is an MP3 recording featuring the cool song that Pete sings along with other assets at www.harpercollins.co.uk/Petethecat. The book is out now priced at £6.99 RRP published by Harper Collins. On July 3rd the next Pete the Cat adventure 'Four Groovy Buttons' is out.
Stop Sticking Stan
Stan is a boy who loves collecting things. When he receives a sticker as a reward for tidying his room, Stan decides that he is going to be super good so he can collect lots and lots of them. Soon, Stan's sticker collection gets so big he ends up decorating the whole house. Mum and Dad call a stop to his latest collection...but unwittingly start a new one!
This book comes with a page of stickers just like Stan's...which Freddy promptly decided to stick on the walls just like Stan did. Oops! Thankfully they aren't too sticky and peeled off easily.
This story is a gentle way to introduce the concept of a reward chart for young children, and has lovely illustrations throughout. It has a RRP of £6.99 and is published by Egmont.
*Freddy received the books to review but all opinions are our own.