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Books in Armada Picture Lions S series

  • Tigger and Friends

    Dennis Hamley, Meg Rutherford

    Paperback (HarperCollins Publishers, Dec. 6, 1990)
    Tigger is a Burmese cat who is very happy until his owners bring home a kitten, Thomas. Tigger soon discovers that Thomas isn't interested in being boss and they become friends. From the author of "Dangleboots" and "Haunted United".
  • Busy Wheels

    Peter Lippman

    Hardcover (HarperCollins Publishers, July 12, 1984)
    Describes a number of wheeled vehicles that perform important jobs, including garbage trucks, buses, tow trucks, bulldozers, snow plows, campers, planes, trains, and moon vehicles.
  • The Rabbits' Wedding

    Garth Williams

    Paperback (Picture Lions, London, Aug. 16, 1973)
    The Rabbits' Wedding
  • Ameliaranne Keeps School

    Constance Heward

    Paperback (Collins, March 15, 1973)
    Ameliaranne Keeps School
  • Frederick

    Leo Lionni

    Paperback (Collins, July 6, 1974)

    Gabrielle Vincent

    Paperback (HarperCollins Publishers, Oct. 13, 1986)
  • Bagpuss in the Sun

    Oliver Postgate, Peter Firmin

    Paperback (Collins, )
  • Owl and the Pussycat

    Edward Lear

    Paperback (Collins, March 15, 1973)
  • Ivor the Engine - the First Story

    Oliver Postgate, Peter Firmin

    Paperback (HarperCollins Publishers, March 28, 1977)
    The first Ivor the Engine story, with accompanying audio cassette read by Oliver Postgate. Age group 3-6.
  • Phoebe and the Hot Water Bottles

    Terry Furchgott

    Paperback (HarperCollins Publishers, Jan. 29, 1987)
  • The Please and Thank You Book

    Richard Scarry

    Paperback (HarperCollins Publishers, April 10, 1986)
    The Please and Thank You Book
  • When Willy Went to the Wedding

    Judith Kerr

    Paperback (HarperCollins UK, July 1, 2010)
    A charming reissue of a classic Judith Kerr backlist treasure with a beautifully refreshed new cover look. When Willy is told he's not allowed to bring his pets to his sister's wedding, despite his promise, they turn up anyway… with disastrous results!Once there was a boy called Willy.He had lots of pets and a grown-up sister.Willy's sister was so grown-up that she was getting married, and Willy was going to the wedding."Shall I bring my pets to the wedding?" said Willy."No," said Willy's father."No," said Willy's mother."No," said Willy's grown-up sister."Better not, old chap," said Bruce, who was going to marry Willy's sister."Your pets might not like it."Despite Willy’s attempt to keep his beloved pets from coming to his sister’s wedding they some how manage to find a way in to the church and the even the reception afterwards, with disastrous results!This is a charming, hilarious and beautifully illustrated story from the author of the perennial children’s classics ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ and ‘Mog the Forgetful Cat’.