written and illustrated by kris lillyman
Here you will find a great range of fun books featuring a cast of crazy characters that are guaranteed to raise a giggle for both kids and grown-ups alike as they are specifically intended to be enjoyed together.
Beautifully illustrated in rich, vibrant colours which just jump off the page, they are written in a zany, laugh-out-loud style that children will love to read time and again.
Suitable for children aged 4 and upwards, the books are available in either stunning, premium quality hard back or beautiful, high quality paperback editions.
They also all come with glossy laminated covers to help keep them safe and protect them from sticky fingers.
Most are also available in digital format too - with more to be added soon - so be sure to keep an eye out for future releases.
Kevin’s so proud but doesn’t want anyone to know, that his dad is really a super hero!
Jimmy’s got a poodle, a bulldog and a golden retriever, plus a badger, a fox and a Canadian beaver.
He’s also got a rabbit, a gerbil and a hare, as well as several cats - but it doesn’t stop there...
If you were to describe the Thingamajig, you’d say he’s a bit like a Whatsit but not as big.
Sort of a Watchamacallit but not as scary, or an Oojamaflip - but not as HAIRY!
As the only cow on the farm Celeste could be excused, for not knowing what she was and being confused!
She could be a chicken, or a dog - or a sheep of course. Perhaps she was a pig - or maybe even a horse!
Doug the Polar Bear wasn’t born to be North Poled, as he didn’t like ice and just hated the cold.
He thought his life would be much more pleasing, somewhere nice and warm - and a lot less FREEZING!
When they discovered aliens had moved in next door, the neighbours nearly fell through the floor.
They really didn't need very much persuasion, that there was going to be an all out alien invasion!
Dave couldn't do what all dragons oughta, because whilst they breathed fire, he squirted water!
You should really see Big Des go, when he's dancing to the orang-u-tango!
It's his own special version of the Argentine dance, performed in New York, London and Paris, France!
It was in time-travel that Jasper Johnson was really keen, so he converted his wardrobe into a time machine!
This amazing invention was his pride and joy, but was only just big enough to fit one small boy.
Share this page