Matilda and her dad are very different. Matilda is fast and Dad is slow. Matilda is tidy and Dad is messy, and Matilda is quiet and Dad is very, very loud.
They’re off to find treasure, but Dad keeps getting distracted.
Soon, they’re lost and Matilda is getting crosser and crosser…
Will they ever find the way to treasure island? This funny, adventure-packed story teaches children that even though people are different, they can still have fun together.
By the author of the best-selling There’s a Tiger in the Garden and Juniper Jupiter.
This is a gorgeous hardback picture book filled with illustrations of sea creatures, jungle animals and brightly coloured birds. There’s lots o spot on each spread and a heartwarming story that celebrates imagination and letting go enough to embrace an adventure. We love it! Brilliant for reception onwards.
Milton was strolling home after a weekend away in the downstairs loo, when he heard the scream.
He froze. It was coming from the big house human, but it wasn’t an ordinary scream. It was an all-eight-leg wobbler, as his dad would’ve said.
Surely he’s not screaming like that at me?
And that is how we meet Milton the house spider. Utterly unterrifying and occasionally mistaken for a raisin, Milton discovers he’s been branded deadly. Alongside his buddies, big hairy Ralph and daddy-long-legs Audrey, he decides to clear his name. But to succeed, Milton must befriend his house human, Zoe. Is Milton mighty enough to achieve the impossible?
Fast-paced and fabulously funny, this arachnid adventure has it all. Quirky villains, a team of heroes, a girl who knows a lot more than her parent, and some lessons in social media and fake news. Milton the Mighty also contains some super spider facts at the end. Perfect for newly independent readers and great for KS1.
Milton the Mighty by Emma Read with illustrations by Alex G Griffiths. Available now from our online shop.