World of Happy ... fill yourself with joy and loveliness!
World of Happy has created a series of books that are great teaching tools for children. Each title focuses on a different character development trait. Instantly recognisable with it's iconic cover treatments, lively interiors and immediate pick-up-ability.
Playful, charming, quirky, joyous and heart-warming stories about positive and uplifting values: love, happiness, freedom, pleasure, being yourself and reveling in the wonders of what it means to be alive.
Planet of the Bears:
The Bears had all the STUFF they needed. Yet they still WANTED more. A story about LOOKING AFTER our WORLD.
The Dance of Wallowy Bigness:
There was once a hippopotamus who dreamed of being able to dance with GRACE and BEAUTY. A story about being BEAUTIFUL INSIDE.
The Dog Machine:
The World of Dogs was run with great EFFICIENCY. There were MACHINES for every kind of task. A story about CELEBRATING OUR DIFFERENCES.
The Elephant and the Spider:
There was once an elephant who was most TERRIFIED of spiders. A story about OVERCOMING your FEARS.
The Knitting Gorilla:
After six beautiful daughters, the Big Gorilla finally had a SON. A story about being TRUE to YOURSELF.
The Little Penguin:
There was once a little penguin who was FRIGHTENED of the water. A story about BRAVERY and TRUST.
The Ministry of Niceness:
In the Land of Cats, it was the COOLEST cats who ran the town. And the Ministry of Coolness made the laws. A story about SPREADING HAPPINESS.
The Thanking You Sharks:
The GREEDY sharks swam swiftly through the water, consuming every little fish that came their way. And after each sweet morsel, these sharks would BELCH as loudly as could be. A story about GOOD MANNERS.
The tortoises were playing FOOTBALL yet again. But then one tortoise kicked the ball onto the wrong side of the river. No tortoise knew a way to cross. Each tried, but all in vain. A story about PLAYING TOGETHER.
There were two monkeys who grew up TOGETHER. One was a prince, and one his servant boy. But, as the Prince grew older, the Queen decided that he should keep more PRINCELY company. And soon the Prince FORGOT his first and TRUEST friend. A story about TRUE FRIENDSHIP.
Written by: Giles Andreae
Illustrated by: Janet Cronin
Recommended for Ages: 3 and up
Approx size: 6 1/4" x 6 1/4"
Printed in Italy on top-quality paper stock, ethically sourced, with embossing and finely applied finishes.