More spring books to fall for!

More spring books to fall for!

Discover our new releases by bestselling authors Guido van Genechten, Liesbet Slegers & Anita Bijsterbosch.
We are happy to present you these five new spring titles!

 

 Do You See My Tail Do You See My Tail?

Guess who I am! The forest animals in this book only show their tails at first. Bushy tails, teeny tiny tails, round tails… Do you know which animal is hiding behind the flap? And where the baby animals live? Find out!

A sweet picture book in which little ones can guess which tail belongs to which animal. For toddlers ages 18 months and up, with a focus on the child’s world.


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How Many Baby Animals

 How Many Baby Animals?

All the mommies in this book are about to have babies. But how many little ones will they bring into this world?

A sweet and funny book in rhyme about baby animals, with split pages. For children ages 2 and up.

 

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Little White Fish Is So Happy Little White Fish Is So Happy

Little White Fish is so happy. Mom is coming for him! Little White Fish says good-bye to his friends.

Bye-bye, snail in the shell! Bye-bye, frog on the rock! Bye-bye, seahorse under the leaf! Bye-bye, crab behind the stone! Bye-bye, goldfish between the reeds! See you tomorrow! I’m going home with Mom.

A playful book about prepositions. For children ages 2 and up.

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Well Done, Little White Fish

 Well Done, Little White Fish

Little Crab can cut sea grass with his claws, Turtle can carry heavy rocks on his back, Jellyfish lights up in the dark… but what can Little White Fish do?

A simple book about discovering your talents. For all children ages 2 and up.

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See How I Sleep See How I Sleep

Who is taking a nap underwater? And which animal sleeps upside down? Slide the page and find a fun surprise!

A delightful, interactive book with peek-a-boo pages and hidden pictures. The unique slide-and-see system is crammed with surprises. For toddlers ages 18 months and up, with a focus on the child’s world.

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