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Topsy and Tim are the twins who have entertained, guided and delighted children for 60 years. To celebrate the 60th anniversary of publishing, Topsy and Tim: On the Farm is a gorgeous new edition of one of the very first stories about these loveable twins, complete with original artwork.Topsy and Tim find fun and adventure in the real world. Their engaging stories are reassuring for young children having first experiences of their own. In this special anniversary edition of On the Farm, join the twins as they help collect the eggs, bring the cows to be milked and even feed a calf.
Includes key phonics spelling patterns such as 'ai', 'er' and 'igh', nouns, verbs, tricky words, numbers and family words. This title helps your child to copy over the words or write them out themselves, then they can wipe clean using the special eraser on top of the pen and practise again.
Introduces number bonds from 1-10 in the order that they are taught in schools and content has been approved by an educational consultant. This title includes simple sums and interesting maths activities to help reinforce first adding and subtracting skills.
In Topsy and Tim Move House, the twins are moving house but there is a lot of work to do. There are curtains to take down, toys to pack and pets to look after. It is an exciting time for Topsy and Tim, but Kitty, their cat, isn't quite so sure about the move...
Stevie Dunton is unhappy at school because he is being bullied. The twins do the right thing by speaking to Mummy and Miss Terry about it so they can stop the bullies picking on Stevie.
Topsy and Tim have an exciting trip to the capital city. What happens when they see the sights and meet the Beefeaters at the Tower of London?
It is Sports Day at school and Topsy and Tim are cross that they are not winning any races. With one race to go, will the twins overcome their differences and work together?
Topsy and Tim have fun visiting the zoo and soon decide that all the zoo animals would make great pets. Mummy and Dad have other ideas, though.
The family are off to the local garden centre to choose a Christmas tree, and while they are there the twins meet a very special person. Inside Santa's Grotto is none other than Father Christmas himself! Topsy and Tim promise that they have been good all year, so Father Christmas gives them both a special present to take home.
The twins are spending the night at their friend Tony's house. It's a lot of fun but it can be tricky being away from Mummy and Dad as well. How will they get on staying away from home for the first time?
Topsy and Tim find fun and adventure in the real world. The twins have an exciting trip to the capital city. They see the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, see the dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum, and even meet the famous Beefeaters at the Tower of London.
Topsy and Tim have fun meeting all kinds of interesting animals at the farm. What happens when they meet some geese?
Topsy and Tim are twins. They have an exciting day out at the fire station. They get to see all the fire appliances and learn about fire safety.
Topsy and Tim are twins. They catch head lice at school. Mummy isn't too pleased at first but soon she finds a good way of getting rid of the itchy problem.
An easy-to-use, wipe-clean activity book for children who are starting to learn how to count. It helps your child practise writing numbers. It includes a pen.
Helps your child to practise writing letters. Each letter in this book is shown with a picture and with two rows of letters drawn in dotted lines that children can draw over with their special pen. Then they can wipe the page clean and practice again! Each letter is also shown with arrows so children know where to place the pen.
The twins' class is visited by two Police Officers, who explain to the children what their jobs involve. Topsy and Tim find out about stranger danger, learn about safe places to play, and even get to visit the police station themselves when they find somebody's belongings.
Topsy and Tim find fun and adventure in the real world. Their engaging stories are reassuring for young children having first experiences of their own.
Topsy and Tim join the local football club. Along with their friends, they practice their skills, including dribbling a ball around cones. Then they play a proper game. It's so much fun that Topsy and Tim want to play football every day!
Tim wakes up with a sore throat, so Mummy and Dad decide he needs to visit the Doctor. Dr Sims looks in his mouth, listens to his chest and soon knows what's wrong. Tim goes home with a bottle of medicine to make him feel better, but Topsy soon starts to feel worse!
Topsy and Tim make new friends, follow a nature trail and even get to stay in their own tent.
Topsy and Tim meet various kinds of interesting animals. They help collect eggs from the chickens, and find some little ducklings learning how to swim. They are a little bit frightened when they get chased by some large geese, but Farmer Stewart soon finds them a nice job to do, helping to feed a calf.