If you’re completely new to Jeff Kinney’s world-famous Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, can we just start by saying that we’re completely and utterly jealous of you? Get ready for one serious reading binge and warn your sides, because they’re about to split.
Whether your little one has begun to venture into independent reading or still wants to be read to, we have just the selection of stories. Fuel their love for reading with early learning books, bedtime tales, and books to guide them through their first experiences. Jump to: Early learning | Interactive books | First experiences | Bedtime books | Gift books | Read it yourself
Find out which pirate you're most like from The Ship of Shadows by Maria Kuzniar. Are you daring like the feisty Malika? Or a cool-headed leader like Captain Quint?
We asked you to share your dreams during lockdown – can you spot yours?
A preview of the final Murder Most Unladylike mystery by bestselling author Robin Stevens. Death Sets Sail is out this August.
This spectacular fantasy adventure takes place in the last city to survive the Drowning of the world. The people of the City blame the Drowning on a sinister being they call ‘the Enemy’. Now the Enemy is back and – most terrifying of all – it can take possession of any human body...
Games & activities
Make learning words fun for your little one with this preschool craft based on Roald Dahl's Words.
Games & activities
Celebrate the arrival of autumn or make your little one feel extra special, just because, with a leaf crown! Follow these super-simple instructions from Quick Crafts for Parents Who Think They Hate Craft. You can even make this whilst you’re out and about.
Audiobooks are a brilliant way to entertain and engage children. Use them as an alternative to TV, on a long journey or even to relax those little tykes before bed; they’ll get lost in another world, laugh along with their favourite characters and even learn something new. This selection of our favourites are sure to keep all the family entertained.