Toy Library

All of the items within this catalogue are available for you to borrow through your social worker.

Fruits

Fruits

How much fruit can one girl eat in one day? You will be amazed.
A Caribbean Counting Poem

Valerie Bloom & Daid Axtell

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Clever Sticks

Cleversticks

A story of a little boy who when starting school finds he can’t do a lot of the things the other children can, until one day he discovers he can do something extra special.

Bernard Ashley

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A storke in a Baobab Tree

A Stork in a Baobab Tree

An African Twelve days of Christmas. 

Catherine House & Polly Alakja

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Caribbean Dream

Caribbean Dream

Celebrating all things that make the Caribbean a very specail home. 

Rachel Isadora

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Going to Mecca

Going to Mecca

A Muslim family Travel from the west to Mecca to perform the sacred pilgrimage the Hajj.
An introduction to the Muslim faith.

Naima B Robert

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Old Mikamba had a Farm

Old Mikamba had a farm

Sing along with a whole new cast of animals in this irresistible version of ‘Old Macdonald’ set on a game farm in Africa.

Rachel Isadora

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Elephant Dance- A journey to India

Elephant Dance- A journey to India

Join Ravi as he experiences his grandfather’s captivating stories about India. Then learn some fascinating facts about India’s animals, food, culture, religion and more.

Theresa Heine

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Whoever you are

Whoever You Are

Every day all over the world, children are laughing and crying, playing and learning, eating and sleeping. They may not look the same. They may not speak the same language. Their lives may be quite different. But inside, they are just like you.

Mem Fox

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Jamela's Dress

Jamela's Dress

Jamela's quest to find the perfect outfit for Thelma's wedding. 

Niki Daly

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King & King

King & King

Entre the jubilant wolrd of King & King, a merry and modern tale of living happily ever after. 

Linda De Haan & Stern Nijland

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Heather has two Mommies

Heather has Two Mommies

Heather’s favourite number is two. She has two arms, two legs and two mummies. On her first day at school, someone asks Heather about her daddy. Heather wonders, Am I the only one here who doesn’t have a daddy? And guess what? It turns out that families come in lots of different shapes and sizes.

Leslea Newman

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Brothers and Sisters

Brothers and Sisters

A book about all kinds of brothers and sisters. 

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And Tango Makes Three

And Tango Makes Three

Roy and Silo are two boy penguins at the zoo who become parents. Based on a true story, this charming and heart-warming tale proves that all you need to make a family is love.

Justin Richardson & Peter Parnell

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Together

Together

Can Mousse & Nut really be friends when they’re so different? Of course they can! This delightful story shows that it’s the ‘being together’ and friendship that really counts

Jane Simmons

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The Family Book

The Family Book

This book celebrates all kinds of families and shows how each is special in it's own way. 

Todd Parr

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My Two Grandads

My Two Grandads

Aston’s granddad Harry plays the trumpet in a brass band, while Grandad Roy plays the steel drum in a steel band. But only one band can play at Aston’s summer fair at school…Which band should Aston choose? Or can he find a way to bring everyone together?

Floella Benjamin

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My Two Grannies

My Two Grannies

Alvina has two grannies who she loves with all her heart. But the two grannies want to do different things, eat different food, play different games and tell different stories. The grannies get crosser and crosser with each other, but Alvina thinks of a way they can do all the things their own way so the grannies can become the best of friends.

Floella Benjamin

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Friends

Friends

This melodic text perfectly tells the story of finding and keeping a friend. Glorious pictures show the small moments which loom large in a child’s life.

Kathryn Cave & Nick Maland

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