Books to celebrate Bookbug's Big Shoogle!

By Scottish Book Trust

Books to celebrate Bookbug's Big Shoogle!

By Scottish Book Trust

Bookbug is planning a party this year, and you’re all invited! We’ve put together a list of books that are perfect for celebrating Bookbug Week – and if they don’t have you in the mood for a shoogle, we don’t know what will!

There's Nothing Faster Than a Cheetah

Tom Nicoll and ROSS COLLINS

£7.99 £7.59

Nothing can run faster than a cheetah! Or can they? This brilliantly zany book follows an animal race featuring rhinos on roller-skates, foxes in fire engines, lions in lorries, penguins on pogo sticks... Little ones will love spotting their favourite animals and the story is perfect for reading aloud together.

Ye Cannae Shove Yer Granny Off A Bus: A Favourite Scottish Rhyme with Moving Parts

Kathryn Selbert

£6.99 £6.64

Why not? Cause she's yer mammy's mammy, of course! The traditional Scots rhyme adored by children and grown ups alike is brought to life magically in this stunning board book. With fun interactive elements for little hands, and bright colourful illustrations on each page, toddlers will love discovering new ways to engage with this book.

1, 2, 3, Do the Robot

MICHELLE ROBINSON and Rosalind Beardshaw

£7.99 £7.59

Layla loves inventing – she makes a robot friend and together they do the robot dance! Can your little one dance like a robot? Layla keeps inventing but by the third robot things start to go awry and its up Layla to use her skills and save the day! This lovely book is all about the joy of friendship and working together when things go wrong with some clever dance moves thrown in too.

Kitchen Disco

Clare Foges and Al Murphy

£7.99 £7.59

Have you ever wondered what fruit get up to at night when you’re asleep? They all get together for a kitchen disco in this riotously fun picture book! With bold lined illustrations and joyous rhyming text, this is bound to be enjoyed by little ones and grown-ups alike – maybe it could inspire your own kitchen disco at home?

Giraffes Can't Dance

Giles Andreae and Guy Parker-Rees

£7.99 £7.59

Gerald wants to dance, but it’s not that easy for a giraffe like him – especially seeing all the animals dancing their way around the jungle with ease. Soon enough, with a little help, he learns his own special dance to the music he loves. This classic rhyming picture book is ideal for teaching little ones about self-confidence and expression.

Wriggle and Roar!

Julia Donaldson and Nick Sharratt

£6.99 £6.64

Julia Donaldson and Nick Sharratt come together with a whole book full of animals to mimic! It’s perfect for getting your wee ones moving, wriggling and roaring this Bookbug Week. Brightly coloured illustrations accompany rhyming text to show you and your children how to join in the fun.


Carol Thompson

£5.99 £5.69

These babies love to shoogle! Adorable illustrations of little ones finding joy through dance make this board book ideal for sharing with younger children this Bookbug Week. Can you join in with their clapping, tapping, wiggling and grooving?

Luna Loves Dance

Joseph Coelho and Fiona Lumbers

£7.99 £7.59

Luna loves to twirl and leap and dance. But when she struggles with her dance exam, she worries she’ll never be a real dancer. With some help from her family, Luna discovers that, actually, she is a real dancer! Colourful and expressive illustrations bring the joys of Luna’s dancing to life, showing how the love of her supportive family inspire her.

John's Turn

Mac Barnett and Kate Berube

£12.99 £12.34

Every Friday, during assemblies, John’s school encourage children to ‘share their gifts’ by giving their own special performances, and John is very nervous when his turn comes around. But with a little encouragement, he comes to life when he dances – and his world literally becomes a more colourful place, helped by the book’s beautiful illustrations. This is a quietly empowering and poignant new picture book from Mac Barnett and Kate Berube.

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