Foundations Picture Books — This ’n That

Thank goodness our fearful tangram cat This ’n That has such a loyal and brave friend, a dog called These ’n Those! Along with introducing an array of core mathematical concepts, this gorgeously illustrated picture book was designed to spark creative aptitude.

eyfs early year foundational stage picture book cover named this n that by James Allen Hermanson with one adult and two children playing on a playground

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eyfs early year foundation stage picture book spread reads "a really frightened fraidy cat; afraid of a mouse, afraid of a rat" with a cat near the kitchen sink in the background

About the Foundations Picture Book Series

Maths — No Problem! Foundations Picture Books capture the imagination of young readers and encourages children to explore maths through the magical stories of James Allan Hermanson. These richly illustrated, painstakingly crafted picture books evoke mathematical concepts by providing visual clues and opportunities for games.

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Magic Oven

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eyfs early year foundational stage picture book cover named playmates by James Allen Hermanson with two witches and one children playing together

Playmates

Join these charmingly spooky characters including a skipping goblin who sings in verse!

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eyfs foundational stage picture book cover named Rosy Red with a rabbit near a shelf with books, candies, plants on it and a bird on top

Rosy Red

Help this bunny ‘hunting whiz’ search out chocolatey Easter treats!

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