World Book Day is the ideal moment for children to learn more about the books and authors they already love, and get to know the books and authors that will be a massive part of their future.
Greg Heffley has been chronicling his middle school years in thirteen Diary of a Wimpy Kid journals… and counting. Now it’s time for readers to hear from Greg’s trusty best friend, Rowley Jefferson, in a journal of his own.
In Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid, Rowley agrees to take on the role of biographer, recording his pal’s life story because one day ‘Greg is going to be rich and famous and he says everyone will want to know his whole life’s story, so they can make movies about him and stuff.’
But it turns out Rowley is a poor choice for the job, and his ‘biography’ of Greg says more about himself than it does about his best friend.
Celebrate World Book Day 2019 with this wonderful new picture book, based on the much-loved characters from The Hundred and One Dalmatians. When Cadpig gets lost playing hide-and-seek, she stumbles into the path of evil Cruella de Vil . . . But can her new furry friends help her to escape? A charming new story from Peter Bently and Steven Lenton, based on Dodie Smith’s iconic characters. Get your paws on it this World Book Day! The perfect book for sharing with young children aged 3 years and up.
Meet Claude – the ordinary dog with an extraordinary life. Now the star of his very own TV show on Disney Junior with 52 episodes.
An shiny paperback treasury of Claude’s very best adventures, containing three much-loved stories. Follow Claude and Sir Bobblysock as they dance and bottom-wiggle their way into the spotlight, head off in hot pursuit of a gold trophy, and stumble onto a film set to become movie stars!
Includes: Lights! Camera! Action!, Going for Gold and Claude in the Spotlight.
The perfect gift for fans of Alex T. Smith’s hilarious bestselling series – ideal for new readers and also great for sharing!
Praise for the Claude series: ‘Illustrated with humour and elegance’ The Times
‘With quirky illustrations and plenty of humour’ Metro
Claude in the City was shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize and selected for the Richard and Judy Book Club. Claude Going for Gold won the Sainsbury’s Children’s Book Award. Alex T. Smith was the official World Book Day illustrator in 2014.