It’s a beautiful spring day on Mr. Michael’s farm and Harriet the miniature donkey is looking for something exciting to do! When Mr. Michael leaves for work and doesn’t latch the gate to Harriet’s pasture, it gives Harriet the opportunity to visit new places, make new friends and see things she has never seen before. Join Harriet as she leaves home and goes exploring in Harriet’s Big Adventure!
A little bear is bored and has no idea what to do with himself. He tries to find a friend to play with him, but no one is around or available yet. Dejected, the little bear lays down on the ground with nothing to do but to stare at the sky or the grass. How boring!
Slowly, though, as he sits still, the world begins to come alive around him and his senses are awakened. The grass and the forest around him and the sky above him seem like a very different place and the bear finds himself full of curiosity. He sees things he hasn’t seen before like the shapes in the clouds and feels things he hasn’t felt before like the vibration of a bird’s wings.
I Am So Bored! is a book about imagination, slowing down the pace of life, and the power of all five senses. Take a journey with the little bear as he realizes the beauty of life that exists in the world around him. The perfect story to help little ones wind down and to take a break from screen time. Remember: boredom can sometimes be the best way to have fun.
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When a friendly tortoise decides to set off on an adventure, he must first say goodbye to all of his friends. Affectionate farewells, of the sort that parents and their children share, are uttered to each animal as he slowly progresses through the zoo. Unfortunately, Tortoise spends so long with his heart-warming goodbyes that it is too dark for an adventure by the time he reaches the exit to the zoo. Comedic illustrations by the super-talented Emma Levey, author and illustrator of Hattie Peck, are the perfect accompaniment for Sally Hopgood's whimsical story - an ideal book for parents and children to share at bedtime! See You Later, Alligator is illustrated by Emma Levey, author and illustrator of Hattie Peck, Association Of Illustrators award finalist 2014.
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