From 9 months to 10-year-olds – these are the best, new and most-loved kids books this week on Nooksy, plus the latest trends in children’s books
Homeless bumblebees, hugable cacti and fun-loving dachshunds. These are the most loved, most shared and highest-rated kids books this week from the Nooksy children’s books collection.
Join a playful bumblebee and a brave child in Philippa and the Homeless Bumblebee as they embark on an exciting adventure. This beautifully illustrated tale introduces children to the importance of bees and the wonders of the natural world in David Greaves and Danielle Callaghan’s Philippa and the Homeless Bumblebee.
Ever wondered how to hug a cactus? Our young protagonist is on a mission to embrace her beloved prickly plant in How to Hug a Cactus. With the support of family and a gardening expert, she embarks on a series of creative solutions to her spiky challenge in Emily S. Smith and Aleksandra Szmidt’s How to Hug a Cactus.
Welcome to Keeping Up with the Dachshunds, where Jet the dog embarks on a comical journey. With just three biscuits and a good joke, Jet attempts to match the pace of the speedy Dachshunds. However, she soon discovers that friendship goes beyond racing in Carla Fitzgerald and Rebel Challenger’s Keeping Up with the Dachshunds.
Discover the enchanting world of The Dance of the Bees, a lyrical celebration of nature in a tranquil Japanese setting. Follow an elderly woman and her granddaughter on a summer stroll through the countryside, as they share the profound significance of bees in our ecosystem. Years later, the granddaughter returns to the same spot with her son, where her grandmother's house once stood, and experiences a magical revelation in Fran Nuño and Zuzanna Celej’s The Dance of the Bees.
In the inspiring pages of I Can Be Kind, follow Alice as she embarks on a heartwarming journey of self-discovery. In a world that can often seem overwhelming, Alice discovers that making a difference doesn't always require grand gestures. Through simple acts of kindness and a willingness to help others, she finds her own power to create a better world, one small step at a time in Heather Lester and Amanda Appiarius’s I Can Be Kind.
Join Patrick on a colourful adventure as he wakes up one morning to discover he's turned a vibrant shade of Pink! In a world where boys are supposed to be anything but pink, Patrick's journey unfolds with laughter, challenges, and heartwarming lessons in Lynne Rickard and Margaret Chamberlin’s Pink.
Sometimes, it’s about what is right, not what is easy. And we can all do with a little bit of help and encouragement to stand up for what’s right. Discover the entire collection of books Living your Values.
Animals, dinosaurs, mozzies and people, good friends look out for each other. And no matter how shy I get, there are always new friends to discover in our collection of books on Friendship.
A collection of the best and most inspiring children’s books on the topic of standing up for what’s right. Discover the entire collection of books on Taking a Stand.
We all get a little silly sometimes and just want to relax and play! Well, that’s OK because playing is how we learn and grow in this awesome collection of books that are just for fun.
It’s more than just OK to be who you are – it’s wonderfully freeing! Everyone else is taken, and we all just want to see you be you. Discover the entire collection of Books on Just being Yourself.
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