The Name Game (Tiny Owl) by Elizabeth Laird follows a little girl who is bored at home. That is until she decides to play the name game with the nature and animals around her, inventing fantastic names and personalities for all of them! Soon she is describing a fun imaginary world that she can play in by herself. Find out all of the details behind Elizabeth Laird’s imaginative new picture book, The Name Game, here.
Also published by Elizabeth Laird, Gloria’s Porridge shows young children how one act can be the catalyst for a whole chain of events. Elizabeth Laird and Toby Newsome bring to life the hilarious, high-energy Gloria’s Porridge. Inspired by an Ethiopian folk tale, this reimagined tale tackles difficult ideas in a fun and simple way, ideal for young readers.
Get an insight into the inspiration behind the story here!
A timeless tale of monsters under the bed, Grobblechops is based on a story by the thirteenth-century poet, philosopher and Sufi mystic Rumi.
Amir’s worried about the monster under the bed! What if it has huge teeth and growls like a lion? What if it tries to eat him up? And what if the monster has a mum and dad too? But Dad reassures Amir that if the monster family comes to play, then Amir might just make a friend instead.