My Dad!

The Nicest Naughty Fairy

Tall tales trip off Dad’s tongue when ordinary moments of childhood are transformed into wacky, wild, and wonderful daydreams—all thanks to Dad’s overzealous imagination! Ordinary balloons become transportation to the moon; a sand castle transforms into a house for musical sailors; bath time doubles as a scrubbing session for sea monsters—these are just a few of the wondrous imaginings that Dad has in store. But his little girl knows that all of Dad’s fantastic stories have one thing in common—they are born of his boundless love for her.

This charming celebration of the loving relationship between a father and his daughter will resonate with families every time they read this beautiful book.

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  • Written by Chae Strathie
  • Illustrated by Jacqueline East
  • ISBN: 978-1-60010-221-9

Mr. Pepper's Perfect Pet Shop

The Nicest Naughty Fairy

Molly is searching for the perfect present for her birthday – and Mr. Pepper’s Perfect Pet Shop seems like the perfect place to look!. Filled with wondrous creatures including musical dinosaurs, baby zedracoms, mouse mariners, and even dragons, this pet shop is like a whimsical dream… but will Molly be able to find what she really wants?

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  • Written and illustrated by Erica Jane Waters
  • ISBN: 978-1-60010-222-6

A Rumpus in the Night


Jamie wakes suddenly from a very scary monster dream to find a little monster has come back from his dream and into his bedroom! This new creation from the magical pen of Nick Ward is an adorably naughty night-time tale.

  • August 2008
  • Written and llustrated by Nick Ward
  • ISBN: 978-1-60010-303-2

William's Dinosaurs


When dinosaurs ruled the earth, the fiercest dinosaur of all was Tiny-rannosaurus. Tiny has to be especially fierce because he’s so small. But when Tiny gets a terrible toothache, the other dinosaurs must find a way to get him to the dentist before his fierceness gets out of control!

  • August 2008
  • Written and illustrated by Alan Baker
  • ISBN: 978-1-60010-302-5