Tutankhamun’s Last Journey –
Maia and Tutankhamun were like brother and sister – so when the young king died suddenly, Maia missed him greatly. Tutankhamun is given everything he could possibly need for his journey to the afterlife. But Maia realises something very important has been forgotten … Will she be able to get it to Tutankhamun in time?
- Highly engaging, illustrated picture book to be read out loud to children aged 6–7
- Ideal for reading aloud at home with your child
- Helps expose your child to rich language and curriculum-linked vocabulary
- Includes key terms from History and the topic area of ancient Egypt
- Part of the Bug Club reading series used in over 3500 schools
‘These books are a great start to addressing the wider curriculum and the vocabulary issues that schools are identifying.’ – Assistant Head, Primary Academy
You Can’t Call an Elephant in an Emergency –
An elephant firefighter? A traffic cop sloth?
A paramedic chimpanzee? What a catastrophe!
In case of emergency, you’d do best to avoid ALL of these creatures. Find out why in this hilarious picture book filled with the most unlikely rescue attempts.
The brilliant new book from the creators of the bestselling You Can’t Take an Elephant on the Bus and You Can’t Let an Elephant Drive a Digger.
It’s bursting with all sorts of emergency vehicles and crazy creatures. Nee-nar! Nee-nar!
“You will laugh out loud” – Guardian on YOU CAN’T TAKE AN ELEPHANT ON THE BUS
“Perfect for children aged around 3 to 6, this is a great book to keep boredom at bay and put a smile on your faces” – Booktrust on YOU CAN’T LET AN ELEPHANT DRIVE A DIGGER
“Everything that you could wish for in a picture book – humour, ridiculous situations and imagination stimulating scenarios. Quite frankly, this is picture book writing and illustration at its very best” – Being a Mummy on YOU CAN’T TAKE AN ELEPHANT ON THE BUS