Who’s That? On the Go by Tad Carpenter

A beautifully designed and illustrated board book bright colours and gatefold flaps that reveal the answers to the question “Who’s that?”

The book acts as a guessing game that toddlers will love to interact with.

Each page is contains a new question with clues to work out who is hidden behind the flap. Is it a bicycle rider, a truck driver or a sea captain?

This has now replaced Goodnight Moon as my son’s favourite book. When I gave it to him, he didn’t let go of it for 2 hours. He now demands to sleep with it in his cot.

Published by Sterling.

Rhymoceros by Janik Coat

In Janik Coat’s much-anticipated follow-up to Hippopposites, a blue rhinoceros unabashedly demonstrates 16 pairs of rhyming words. His ability to appear “stinky” and “inky,” or “caring” and “daring,” oftentimes lands him in compromising contexts. Fortunately, he doesn’t seem to mind.

Janik Coat is an author, illustrator, and graphic designer. She works extensively with agencies, collectives, and various French publishers. She is a frequent guest speaker at fine art schools and regularly exhibits her work in galleries. She lives in Paris.

Abrams&Chronicle Books

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Roadwork by Sally Sutton illustrated by Brian Lovelock

It’s fun to watch the road being built in this noisy, action-packed picture book!

Move the earth. Move the earth. Dig and cut and push. Clear a pathway for the road. Screech! Boom! Whoosh! Tip the stones. Tip the stones. Lift and slide and dump. Lay the groundwork for the road. Crash! Roar! Thump! Full of shout-aloud noise words, rhythm and rhyme, this boisterous book follows the process of building a road from beginning to end. Children will love recognizing familiar sights, from diggers to road signs, in the bright, bold art.

– Walker Books

Charley Harper Colors by Gloria Fowler

This lovely book helps youngsters identify colors through vivid illustrations that capture their imagination. Early readers can also recognize the written names of the colors, as each one is spelled out in its corresponding color.

Ammo Books

This Rabbit, that Rabbit by Jane Porter









Gorgeous board book, with stunning illustrations. It reads beautifully as a rhyming text. I love it, Chloe my 2 month old twin daughter loves it. It just managed to shut her up for 5 minutes after a 2 hour tantrum; therefore I give it 5 out of 5 and a high five to Jane Porter.

Seriously though, it’s a really lovely book. I’m sure you’ll agree from the selection of images I have posted.

Thanks again Jane.