Books beginning with: 1

  • 1 2 3 Little Donkey

    Author: Rindert Kromhaut Illustrator: Annemarie van Haeringen
    Publisher: Gecko Press

    One shopping bag hiding treats and two nosy friends determined to find them leads to nine fat tears and ten soft kisses in this appealing counting book.

  • 1, 2, 3 to the Zoo

    Author: Eric Carle
    Publisher: Puffin

    Glorious two-dimensional illustrations in soft sponge-prints bring the animals to life and encourage counting without the need for words. This is a book to treasure.

  • 10 Little Rubber Ducks

    Author: Eric Carle
    Publisher: Collins Children's Books

    This book was inspired by a true story. In 1992 a storm hit a cargo ship and 29,000 rubber ducks were swept overboard - and they washed ashore all over the world!

  • 100 Brilliant Poems for Children

    Author: Editor: Paul Cookson
    Publisher: Macmillan

    How do you define a poem? Song lyrics, performance pieces, blank verse, a Shakespearean speech and hilarious rhymes, both classic and brand-new, make this an anthology where there is literally something for everyone. 

  • 100 First Words

    Author: Dawn Sirett Illustrator: Charlotte Milner
    Publisher: DK Books

    Will your baby's first word be an animal, a toy, food or maybe a colour? This book will not only help with first words but will also expand your baby's vocabulary to cover 100 everyday objects.

  • 100 Most Dangerous Things on the Planet

    Author: Anna Claybourne
    Publisher: Bloomsbury

    In this exciting book, children learn how to face and survive the world's most dangerous situations.

  • 100 Steps for Science: Why It Works and How It Happened

    Author: Lisa Jane Gillespie Illustrator: Yukai Du
    Publisher: Wide Eyed

    This book plunges the reader into humankind's ten biggest discoveries, such as wheels, numbers and atoms. It's an optimistic, upbeat look at what science can achieve, sure to inspire children fascinated by figuring out how things work.

  • 100 Things To Know About Space

    Author: Alex Frith Alice James Jerome Martin Illustrator: Federico Mariani & Shaw Nielsen
    Publisher: Usborne

    Do you know what 'spaghettification' is or how much a space toilet costs? Find out in this book packed full of quirky, fun and fascinating facts about space.

  • 100 Women Who Made History

    Author: Dorling Kindersley
    Publisher: Dorling Kindersley

    Featuring a thoroughly diverse selection of women from varied points in history and across many cultures and disciplines, this is an excellent (and empowering) guide for children about the women who helped shape the world we experience today.

  • 101 Things You Need to Know...And Some You Don't!

    Author: Tracey Turner
    Publisher: Bloomsbury

    Discover 101 of the most fascinating, most disgusting, and most unbelievable facts. 

  • 101 Video Games To Play Before You Grow Up

    Author: Ben Bertoli Illustrator: Spencer Wilson
    Publisher: Walter Foster, Jr

    Split into platform games, action and adventure, sports and fighting, role playing and strategy, puzzle and arcade and party and music games, this is a handy little guide for gaming enthusiasts which may also enthuse kids about reading.

  • 123 with Goose

    Author: Laura Wall
    Publisher: Award Publications

    Laura Wall’s brilliant Goose character goes back to basics in this gorgeous board book for babies. A simple 1 to 10 count is illustrated with the lovable goose, his little friend, some ducklings and some frogs. 

  • 13 Days of Midnight

    Author: Leo Hunt
    Publisher: Orchard Books

    A tense, scary, compulsive, edge-of-the-seat read for brave teenagers.

  • 13 Hours

    Author: Narinder Dhami
    Publisher: Tamarind (Random House)

    Twelve-year-old Anni never really questions why her frightened, ill mother won't leave their once grand but now dilapidated house - until, one day, her mum's worst fears are realised. An exciting, page-turning story.

  • 15 Things Not to Do With a Baby

    Author: Margaret McAllister Illustrator: Holly Sterling
    Publisher: Frances LIncoln

    A simple and sweet little idea that will make tots who have new baby siblings really giggle.

  • 15 Things NOT to Do With A Granny

    Author: Margaret McAllister Illustrator: Holly Sterling
    Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children’s Books

    Your granny loves you very much, so how can you make her happy? Are there any easy rules to follow? An endearing exploration of a very special relationship, with warm, colourful illustrations.

  • 199 Things that Go

    Author: Jessica Greenwell Illustrator: Gabriele Antonini
    Publisher: Usborne

    Usborne have put together a very comprehensive list of things that go, from the everyday to the not-so-common. A lovely way to teach children about various modes of transport from the road to outer space.