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Julia Donaldson Books

Toddle Waddle

Best known for The Gruffalo, Julia Donaldson has written over 120 books and plays for children and teenagers, including some of the UK's best-selling picture books.

Julia was the Children's Laureate from 2011-13.

  • The Gruffalo's Child

    Author: Julia Donaldson Illustrator: Axel Scheffler
    Publisher: Macmillan Children's books

    Five years after the publication of multi award-winning The Gruffalo, author Julia Donaldson and illustrator Axel Scheffler return with a much-awaited sequel.

  • Wriggle and Roar!

    Author: Julia Donaldson Illustrator: Nick Sharratt
    Publisher: Macmillan Childrens Books

    This super collection of 17 original rhymes for joining in with has appeal for the new toddler and well into the nursery years.

  • Tiddler

    Author: Julia Donaldson Illustrator: Axel Scheffler
    Publisher: Scholastic

    Although he looks small and ordinary, Tiddler is a fish who loves to tell tall tales. But one day he is swept up in a fisherman's net and then thrown back in to an unfamiliar part of the sea.

  • Toddle Waddle

    Author: Julia Donaldson Illustrator: Nick Sharratt
    Publisher: Macmillan Children's books

    An ideal book for sharing - babies will love imitating the sounds in the text and pointing out details in the illustrations.

  • The Gruffalo

    Author: Julia Donaldson Illustrator: Axel Scheffler
    Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books

    In this much-loved picture book, a little mouse walks through the woods and encounters a fox, an owl and a snake.

  • What the Ladybird Heard

    Author: Julia Donaldson Illustrator: Lydia Monks
    Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books

    The animals on the farm are always noisy, all except for the ladybird who never says a word. But when burglars plot to steal the farmer's fine prize cow, the ladybird has a plan...

  • Cave Baby

    Author: Julia Donaldson Illustrator: Emily Gravett
    Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books

    Cave Baby is restless and sets about amusing himself. But he is warned that being naughty will mean 'A mammoth's going to throw you to the big brown bear!'