Home by Carson Ellis
This is an imaginative celebration of the many possibilities of home. Home might be a house in the country, a flat in the city, or even a shoe. There are clean homes, messy homes, sea homes and bee homes. This loving look at the places where people live brims with intriguing characters and visual treats.
This is the House That Jack Built by Simms Taback
What happened in the house that Jack built? It all started with the cheese in the house that Jack built. And then came the rat that ate the cheese and the cat who killed the rat. Children will enjoy the humour and creativity in this much-loved story.
The Building Boy
by Ross Montgomery
The boy's grandma was a famous architect. Her garden is still full of old materials. Unwilling to accept she has gone, the boy builds a giant structure from the things he finds. And then ... Grandma comes to life! The boy is whisked away on an epic adventure. But where is Grandma taking him?
The Three Little Pigs
by Mei Matsuoka
Then I'll HUFF and I'll PUFF and I'll blow your house down! cried the wolf. Find out what happens in this classic tale when the three little pigs build homes made of straw, sticks and bricks. With lively illustrations to engage and excite.
Here We Are by Oliver Jeffers
Our world can be a bewildering place, especially if you’ve only just got here. So let’s explore what makes our planet and how we live on it. Just remember to leave notes for everyone else… Some things about our planet are pretty complicated, but things can be simple, too: you’ve just got to be kind. Here We Are is the utterly heartfelt new book from Oliver Jeffers.
We Build Our Homes
It’s not only humans who can build incredible structures: mammals, birds and insects can be found building incredible things. From big beaver dams to tiny caddisfly cases, this beautifully illustrated picture book explores each animal’s incredible home and uncovers the reasons why they build.
A House That Once Was
Two children come across an abandoned house deep in the woods and imagine who could have lived there. A House That Once Was is a beautifully illustrated exploration of time, imagination and the nature of home that is sure to provoke discussion.