Here are some of Minipreneur’s favourite children’s books from Farshore this Spring. As a beacon of creativity and imagination, Farshore publishes captivating stories that ignite young minds and transport readers to wondrous realms. With a diverse array of titles spanning genres and age groups, this dynamic publisher prides itself on delivering quality storytelling that resonates with children and families alike. Join us as we embark on a journey through Farshore’s latest children’s books, where every one is a doorway to endless possibilities.

Winnie-The-Pooh Easter Hunt by Jane Riordan & Andrew Grey

Written by Jane Riordan and illustrated by Andrew Grey, this seasonal children’s book invites readers to join Winnie-the-Pooh and his beloved friends from the Hundred Acre Wood on an exciting Easter adventure. As springtime blooms, Winnie-the-Pooh becomes enchanted by the scent of the season and embarks on a delightful Easter hunt. But what exactly is he searching for?

This charming picture book, written by talented author Jane Riordan, captures the magic of Easter and celebrates the joys of springtime. With vibrant illustrations by Andrew Grey, readers are transported to the enchanting world of the Hundred Acre Wood, where they can join Pooh, Piglet, Rabbit, and the gang as they embark on their Easter quest.

Filled with whimsy and Easter surprises, Winnie-The-Pooh Easter Hunt encourages children and fans of Pooh and his friends to explore the wonders of nature and enjoy outdoor adventures. The book includes an illustrated list of plants, birds, and animals for young readers to discover during their own springtime hunts, as well as plenty of colourful Easter eggs to find and count along the way. This delightful storybook is the perfect chocolate-free gift for Easter that’s sure to captivate readers of all ages and inspire a love for the beauty of the great outdoors.

£7.99 (paperback) published by Farshore

Ramadan Kareem by M.O. Yuksel & Hatem Aly

This heartwarming picture book, written by M.O. Yuksel and illustrated by Hatem Aly, beautifully captures the spirit of Ramadan taking young readers on a journey of spirituality, community, and tradition. Through lyrical prose and vibrant illustrations, readers are transported to diverse settings around the world, where families and communities come together to observe Ramadan. From the pre-dawn meal before fasting begins to the breaking of the fast at sunset, the book vividly portrays the rituals and customs associated with this sacred time. Each page is filled with warmth and joy as characters engage in acts of prayer, charity, and reflection, embodying the values of compassion and empathy central to Ramadan.

The book serves as both a celebration of Islamic faith and a valuable educational resource for readers of all ages. With its informative glossary and facts page, the book provides insights into the significance of Ramadan and its traditions, making it an engaging and enriching read for families, classrooms, and communities alike. Whether readers are observing Ramadan or simply seeking to learn more about this important holiday, Ramadan Kareem! is a heartfelt and illuminating exploration of the universal themes of faith, kindness, and gratitude.

£7.99 (paperback) published by Farshore

Little Experts: How Families Are Made by Dr Amir Khan

This book takes young readers on an enlightening journey to explore the origins of families and how each child becomes a cherished part of their own. Award-winning GP Dr. Amir Khan guides readers through this fascinating subject with clarity and enthusiasm, making complex concepts accessible and engaging for children aged six to nine.

With vibrant and captivating artwork by Donough O’Malley, the book bursts with colour and energy, capturing the attention of young readers as they embark on this educational adventure. Each page is filled with intriguing facts and insights, encouraging curiosity and understanding about the diverse ways families are formed and nurtured.

As part of the “Little Experts” series, this book empowers children to become knowledgeable about the world around them. Dr. Amir Khan’s expertise shines through as he presents information in a clear and engaging manner, fostering a love for learning and discovery in young minds. It is a valuable addition to any child’s bookshelf, offering a stimulating exploration of an important aspect of life while inspiring curiosity, empathy, and appreciation for the diversity of family structures.

£9.99 (paperback) published by Farshore

Little Experts: Superhero Animals by Chris Packham

Written by naturalist and TV presenter Chris Packham CBE, this book from the Little Experts series is a captivating journey into the fascinating world of animal superheroes. Through vibrant illustrations by Anders Frang and engaging storytelling, Packham introduces young readers aged six to nine to a variety of creatures with extraordinary abilities. From majestic birds to mighty mammals, each animal is celebrated for its unique contributions to the natural world.

The book empowers children to become advocates for conservation and environmental stewardship. Packham’s expertise shines through as he shares captivating facts about each animal superhero, inspiring readers to appreciate the diversity of life on Earth and understand the importance of protecting our planet and its inhabitants.

With its vibrant artwork and compelling narrative, Little Experts: Superhero Animals is sure to ignite a sense of wonder and curiosity in young readers. Whether exploring the skies with birds of prey or diving into the depths of the ocean with marine marvels, this book invites children to discover the remarkable abilities of the animal kingdom and encourages the next generation to play a role in safeguarding our natural world.

£9.99 (paperback) published by Farshore

Dragon Towers by Pip Bird & David O’Connell

Written by Pip Bird,  this book invites readers on a whimsical journey to a school where dragons are not just pets but best friends. Ten-year-old Theo, a dragon enthusiast, receives the opportunity of a lifetime when he’s accepted into Dragon Towers. Excited to meet his own dragon companion, Theo’s dreams take flight, only to encounter a surprising twist – his dragon, Wanda, appears to lack any magical powers.

Packed with humour and adventure, this highly illustrated series promises laughter and excitement for readers aged 6 and up. With its charming characters and delightful illustrations by David O’Connell, Dragon Towers is reminiscent of beloved series like “Naughtiest Unicorn” and “Worst Witch,” making it a perfect choice for fans of magical school stories and fantastical adventures.

As Theo navigates the challenges of Dragon Towers alongside his seemingly powerless dragon, Wanda, readers are treated to a tale filled with friendship, discovery, and the magic of unlikely bonds. With each page turn, the enchanting world of Dragon Towers comes to life, captivating young imaginations and leaving them eagerly awaiting the next instalment of Theo and Wanda’s dragon-filled escapades.

£6.99 (paperback) published by Farshore