One Chinese New Year, her mother sends Goldy Luck to the pandas next door with a plate of turnip cakes, but the pandas are out and disaster follows. Includes a recipe for turnip cakes and an explanation of Chinese New Year.
Instead of returning from the fair with the goose Old Mother Twaddle told him to buy, her son Jack brings a single bean with magic properties, which grows nearly as high as the sun and which harbors a giant surprise. Adapted from The History of Mother Twaddle and the Marvelous Achievements of her Son Jack, written by B.A.T. and published in 1807 by J. Harris, London.
In this humorous adaptation of the Snow White tale Jo Bright excells at building bots which angers the queen--so Jo and her dragon friend, Henry, and their seven bots come up with a plan to banish the jealous queen to the Moon, take over the queen's storerooms, filled with bot-building equipment.
"How can a humble little mouse save a great and mighty lion? Find out in this fresh retelling of one of Aesop's most popular fables. Interactive artwork makes you the storyteller! Release the mouse from the lion's claws and free the lion from his net simply by turning the page."--P.  of cover.
Little Red Riding Hood sets off to bring a basket of fruit to her grandmother. On her way, Little Red meets a wolf. When Little Red arrives at Grandma's house, there's someone hairy and very scary waiting in Grandma's bed! Will Little Red be breakfast for the big, bad wolf? My First Fairy Tales are a magical introduction to the well-loved stories that are a key part of every childhood. With fresh and fun illustrations, this simple re-telling of a...