Author/Illustrator – Carter Goodrich
Phillip and Brock do everything together. Phillip’s parents say that Brock is his imaginary friend – ‘…whatever that means,’ thinks Phillip.
One day at the fair, they leave Brock behind by accident. Phillip is distraught and looks everywhere for him.
Brock has made friends with a little girl and her imaginary friend. When Phillip finally finds Brock, he makes friends with them too.
Fun read with colourful watercolour illustrations for Phillip’s world and pencil sketching for Brock.
Author/Illustrator – Rob Biddulph
Sid Gibbons is in trouble. He blames an imaginary monster for all the havoc he has caused. When he is sent to his room, that very monster appears from the hatch in his ceiling.
Sid climbs to Kevin’s brightly coloured land of purple trees and jelly leaves. He sees other strange creatures and is invited to Kevin’s to play.
Sid sees an opportunity to be as naughty as he’s ever been, with no-one to answer to. But when Kevin gets the blame for Sid’s behaviour, Sid finally realises the result of his actions.
(Friendship, Kindness, Responsibility)
Author – Jim Helmore
Illustrator – Richard Jones
In Caro’s new house, everything is white. Ceilings, walls and even the doors. But something is hiding in all that white. A new friend called The Snow Lion. He helps her settle in and encourages her to play with other children she sees outside. A gentle story about fitting in and meeting new people.
(Fitting in, Friendship, Brave, New places, New people)