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St Richard's Wishlist 22-23: Nursery (Cedar)

  • Mrs Mole, I'm Home! by Jarvis 
    Without his spectacles, Morris really can't see a single thing – how will he ever get home? With perfect comic timing and a whole lot of heart, Jarvis will have all readers rooting for Morris to find his family, and rejoicing in the idea that – glasses or no glasses – you can always make your way back to home sweet home.

    Julian is a Mermaid by Jessica Love 
    While riding the subway home with his Nana one day, Julian notices three women spectacularly dressed up. When Julian gets home, daydreaming of the magic he's seen, all he can think about is dressing up just like the ladies and making his own fabulous mermaid costume. But what will Nana think about the mess he makes – and even more importantly – what will she think about how Julian sees himself?

    On the Way Home by Jill Murphy
    Claire has hurt her knee so she sets off home to tell her mum all about it. On the way she meets her friends and tells them how the fall happened. But just how did it happen...? Was she dropped by a wolf, a slithering snake, an enormous dragon or a hairy gorilla?!

    All Are Welcome by Alexandra Penfold 
    Follow a group of children through a day in their school, where everyone is welcome. A school where students grow and learn from each other's traditions. A school where diversity is a strength.

    The Boy Who Loved Everyone by Jane Porter and Maisie Paradise Shearring
    A sweet and charmingly illustrated picture book about the ways we express love. "I love you," Dimitri tells everyone, from his friends at nursery to the big tree in the playground. But why does no one say it back? Dimitri worries no one loves him – until he finds out there are lots of different ways love can spread through the world.

    The Problem with Problems by Rachel Rooney and Zehra Hicks 
    Have you ever met a Problem? They come in all shapes and sizes, and can pop up at the most inconvenient times. But you should know some things about them that will help you make them disappear... 

    Hugo by Atinuke and Birgitta Sif 
    Hugo the pigeon has an important job. He looks after the park and everyone who lives there. Everyone except for the Somebody whose curtains are never open. But one day, Hugo is so busy doing his showing-off dance that he doesn't see the dog approaching... and somebody has to fly to the rescue!

    You're Safe with Me by Chitra Soundar and Poonam Mistry 
    When the moon rises high and the stars twinkle, it is bedtime for the baby animals of the Indian forest. But tonight, when the skies turn dark and the night grows stormy, the little ones can't sleep. SWISH-SWISH! CRACK-TRACK! FLASH-SNAP! goes the storm. Only Mama Elephant with her words of wisdom can reassure them. "You're safe with me."

    Wild by Sam Usher 
    Grandad and Boy look after a cat for a friend. Boy does lots of reading up about what cats like, but the cat is having none of it. And then it runs off into the wild, leading Grandad and Boy into a wild jungle fantasy adventure of their own.

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