Bee and Billy
Billy and Bee
See what they can do

They're so tumbly
Wiggly, jumbly
Can you do it too?
Bee and Billy are the best of friends and love to explore the world around them. In this story, they are gong to Nursery. Bee gets on with it straight away, playing postmen and riding the tractor, while Billy is a little more shy.

Luckily, Bee is on hand to help him join in and they are soon having lots of fun.

In true Lauren Tobia style, these books are richly illustrated with a gorgeous details and are truly refreshing in their multicultural approach. The lilting rhyme makes the story skip along nicely and there is plenty for the youngest of readers to spot on each page.

This is the first of four first-experiences books so watch out for more Bee and Billy titles coming soon...

Let's Go to the Farm comes out in September.
Whispering Stores via Goodreads
The book is part of Walkers First Experiences range, aimed at toddlers. Being a hard-backed book with thick pages, this book will last in the hands of a small child. It is brightly coloured, with illustrations that fill the whole page, they also perfectly match what is happening in the story, making it easy for pre-readers to understand, and enjoy what is happening on every page.

A superb book to read with your child, especially if they are starting nursery soon, so that they can see that it is a lot of fun.
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Kirkus Reviews
As an aid to teach empathy and cooperation to the under-4 set, this is an excellent addition to a parent or caregiver’s bookshelf
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Mellowpello via Amazon
This book is ideal for children starting playgroup, pre school or nursery. It goes through everything associated with starting nursery, play, sharing, snack time, singing as well as arrival and good byes. It has a hard cover, thick laminated pages, lots of full colour pictures and fun to read.It has just enough words per page to hold a youngsters interest.
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