The Dinosaur that Pooped a Princess


Tom Fletcher - 2018
    . .Danny and Dinosaur are convinced that a damsel in distress needs their help - they just need to find her. But there are twists in store . . . Can Dinosaur make it through Fairy Tale Land without eating everything in sight? And do all princesses really need to be rescued?From bestselling authors Tom Fletcher and Dougie Poynter, with glorious artwork from Garry Parsons, this hilarious, rip-roaring fairytale romp is packed with prehistoric cheekiness, punchy girl power and lots and lots of poop!

The Tale of Jack Frost


David Melling - 2003
    Then along come the goblins, who smell of boiled cabbage, make many rude noises, and love to tell lies. The goblins are jealous because they believe that the magic of the forest should be in their power�1/2not in Jack Frost�1/2s. When they try to steal Jack�1/2s magic, they discover that he is a great deal more clever than they are! David Melling�1/2s enchanting full-color illustrations on every two-page spread are as filled with magic as the story he tells. Here is a wonderful picture storybook that offers a very appealing bedtime tale to kids.

The Sorcerer's Apprentice


Walt Disney Company - 1974
    Apprenticed to a sorcerer, Mickey Mouse tries to save himself work by making some magic.

Walt Disney's Mickey and the Beanstalk


Dina Anastasio - 1974
    Retells the traditional tale of Jack and the beanstalk with Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy playing major roles.

The Popcorn Dragon


Jane Thayer - 1989
    The temptation is irresistible, but Dexter quickly becomes insufferable. First he watches his own reflection in the river in order to admire the smoke. Then he puffs it in the faces of his friends: the zebra, the giraffe, and the elephant. He even blows smoke rings around his own tail to prove how clever he is.Soon Dexter has no friends left. He is a very lonely dragon indeed, until quite by accident he discovers a way his talent can be used to win back his playmates.This wonderful story -- first published in 1953 -- will delight both young readers and their parents, and so will Lisa McCue's appealing new pictures of this lovable show-off.

Dragolin


Stephen Cosgrove - 1984
    Short, plump, and unable to breathe fire like the other dragons, Dragolin is in despair until he learns the importance of believing in oneself.

How Droofus the Dragon Lost His Head


Bill Peet - 1971
    Droofus the kindly dragon has a price on his head, but the small boy who befriends him refuses to sell him to the king.

Frozen 2 Little Golden Book (Disney Frozen)


Nancy Cote - 2019
    Kristen Bell, Josh Gad, Idina Menzel, and Jonathan Groff are reprising their roles in an all-new story that sees Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven journey to the enchanted forests and dark seas beyond Arendelle. This Little Golden Book with exciting scenes from Disney Frozen 2 is perfect for girls and boys ages 2 to 5, as well as Disney Little Golden Book collectors of all ages!

Catkin


Antonia Barber - 1994
    One day Carrie is taken under the hill by the Little People. Sent to bring her back, Catkin finds his courage and cleverness tested to the full.Antonia Barber's original story reads like a classic fairy tale. Rich with English folklore and mythology, Catkin is magical story-telling at its best!

The Enchanted Wood


Ruth Sanderson - 1991
    It was originally published in 1991 by Little, Brown and Co. and won the Irma s. Black Award and the Young Hoosier award. This 1999 edition is published by the author's own imprint, Golden Wood Studio.

Inside the Villains


Clotilde Perrin - 2018
    An extraordinary pop-up book that reveals the secrets of the most famous fairytale villians: giants, wolves and witches.Lift the flaps to get right inside each villain and see what’s hidden—behind their ears, under their clothes, in their pockets, even the victim of their last meal waiting to be rescued.Read all about each villain on their personality card, which shows strengths and weaknesses, favourite pastimes, physical characteristics, their best meal and—of course—their favourite books.This exquisitely produced book is like no other: a celebration of story that’s full of humour and detail, to mesmerise readers of all ages.

The Emperor of Absurdia


Chris Riddell - 2006
    Trees are birds, umbrellas are trees, and the sky is thick with snoring fish. Join one small boy as he tumbles out of bed into a crazy dreamland of wardrobe monsters, dragons, and amazing adventure. This gloriously rich and beautiful picture book comes from a uniquely talented artist at the height of his powers. With a story to enchant the youngest reader, and pictures to gasp and pore over whatever your age, it is an extraordinary achievement and one to savor.

All About the Dragons: with audio recording (How to Train Your Dragon 2)


Judy Katschke - 2014
    There are dragons that fly, dragons that swim, dragons that breathe fire, and more—and you can learn about them all in this Ready-to-Read story.How to Train Your Dragon 2 © 2014 DreamWorks Animation L.L.C.

The King's Equal


Katherine Paterson - 1992
    A search throughout the kingdom appears to be fruitless until the lovely Rosamund appears at the palace. She is intelligent and wealthy, as well as beautiful — certainly his equal, Raphael thinks. But what does the mysterious Rosamund think?

The Christmas Magic


Lauren Thompson - 2009
    He gathers his reindeer, feeds them parsnips and berries, and polishes his bells and his sled. Then lovingly, he chooses toys for every child in the world. For Santa loves them all, and he knows what each child at heart wants most. Then, with the thrum of magic that makes reindeers fly, he spreads the Christmas joy and warmth throughout the world--as he always has -- and always will until the end of time. Lauren Thompson is known for her uncanny ability to reach the hearts and minds of the youngest readers. Jon J Muth's luminescent watercolor strike all the perfect chords in this warm, reassuring Christmas story.