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Picturebook Bundle

Four great hardback picture books from Irish creators, all at a super web-only price. 

Mr Bear to the Rescue

One stormy night Mr Bear is woken up by a small rabbit voice crying 'Help'. the warren has collapsed, the Hoor-Toowits' nest has blown away, the Buzzes' hive is ruined, and worst of all, Baby Flora bunny can't be found anywhere.

The Twelve Dancing Princesses

After the Brothers Grimm

The king is puzzled. Every morning his twelve beautiful daughters look tired and pale, and their silk shoes are in tatters. What have they been doing? The king promises that the man who can solve the mystery will marry one of his daughters.

Noah's Ark

A stunningly-illustrated telling of this much-loved bible story. Overflows with life and activity.

Sailor Bear

Written by Martin Waddell, Illustrated by Virginia Austin

Lost and with no-one to play with, Sailor Bear goes to sea. A beautiful picture book from a true master.

The World is Full of Babies

THE WORLD IS FULL OF BABIES - human babies, baby bats, tiny tadpoles, playful puppies, downy chicks, piglets - babies of all sizes, shapes and colours. Some cry and others squeak, some sleep upside down.

Mr Bear's Picnic

Mr. Bear sets off for the perfect, peaceful picnic with Baby Bear. Then the little Grizzle-Bears, Fred, Ted and Fuzz, decide to come too.

It can only mean one thing - TROUBLE!

The Story of Creation

Glowing with colour and filled with animals, fish, planets, oceans and forests, this timelessly beautiful book tells the story of the creation as if for the first time.

The O'Brien Book of Irish Fairy Tales and Legends

Written by Una Leavy, Illustrated by Susan Field

Irish fairy tales and legends are full of enchantment, brave deeds and lost loves. Told from generation to generation, they are as fascinating now as they were to their original listeners. With stunning illustrations to draw the reader back to a time of heroes and myth. Now available in paperback.

What Are Friends For?

Written by Sally Grindley, Illustrated by Penny Dann

Jefferson Bear and Figgy Twosocks discover all the things that make friendship so special -- playing, sharing, helping and forgiving.

Mouse TV

The mouse family are crazy about TV, but one night disaster strikes- the TV breaks down. What are the mice to do?

It's Great Being Little

Written by Nita Fitzgerald, Illustrated by Francesca Carabelli

'I don't want to be little,' Susie tells her granny. 'I want to be BIG.'

'What?' says Granny. 'But It's GREAT being little. Why, you can do all sorts of things ...'

A charming story for all little people who can't wait to be big.

Where's Larry?

Written by and Illustrated by Philip Barrett

Follow Larry the Leprechaun around Ireland, and see if you can find him in Newgrange, at The Rock of Cashel and in Dublin's St Patrick's Day Parade! But it won't be easy: he is hiding in the middle of Irish dancers, traditional musicians, climbers, tourists, hurlers and many others. Great fun for all the family.

A Rosette for Maeve?

Written by Anna McQuinn, Illustrated by Paul Young

Join Lisa as she prepares for the competition with her calf Maeve, and find out how she does at the local agricultural show. A perfect insight to farming and country life for young readers.

Brian and the Vikings

Written by Chris Judge, By (artist) Mark Wickham

Brian is the smallest boy in the village. But he's also the smartest. When the dangerous Vikings arrive it's up to Brian to save the day with the help of his friends and his cleverest invention yet. The first adventure of Brian Boru, the boy who would grow up to become High King of Ireland.

The Fridge in a Denim Jacket!

Written by Zig and Zag

Celebrate quarter of a century since Zig and Zag released their first hilarious book. The pair of furry extraterrestrials found fame in the UK on Channel 4 breakfast show The Big Breakfast. Take a trip down memory lane, back to when Zig and Zig filled the airwaves with their irreverent humour!