Cynan A'r Bluen Eira

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Dweud Yr Amser Gyda Cadi a Jac

A lively board book that follows a whole day with Cadi and Jac and the reader on Cae Berllan farm as they all learn to tell the time. Each page shows a different activity together with the time the activity is completed. The reader can turn the hands on the clock face to show the time.

Dere I Dyfu

A colourful book, full of facts and illustrations to help children under 7 to grow flowers, fruits and vegetables. It also shows how to care for the garden, with the help of two loveable characters, Dewi the hedgehog and Beca the frog. Adam Jones is a familiar tv personality and on social media, where he posts gardening tips under the name @adamynyrardd. A special book for all children.

Dyn Dweud Drefn Yn Chwarae Pel Droed

The third title in the series that follows the man who gives someone a telling off daily. This time he thinks that he is the best footballer in Wales. Will the little puppy help him make his dream come true?

Cadi A'r Gwrachod

Another title in the popular series about Cadi, the mischievous little girl. This time she treats her little brother Mabon atrociously, and she has to request assistance from the witches. However, in order to gain their help, Cadi must help the witches first of all. A perfect story for Halloween Night!

Chwedl Y Calaffate

If you go to Patagonia, you will certainly be offered some Calafate fruit jam, and you are sure to see its beautiful golden flowers growing all over the pampas. Everyone, apparently, who eats the fruit, will be charmed to return to Patagonia - do you want to hear why?


As a big storm approaches, two strangers arrive in the forest. All the animal families, safe in their homes, are worried. They wonder: What are they doing there? What do they want? So, as the pair knock at the door of one home after another asking for shelter, all the animals turn them away, leaving them to fend for themselves. Will they find it in their hearts to give it?

Fy Llyfr Englynion

A rich selection of 22 englynion - four line stanzas in strict metre - by various poets, aimed at Key Stage 2 pupils. The englynion either tell a story or are descriptive, and will be words that children of this age can identify with or are traditional words that may have been learnt by children through the generations.

Gwyliau Gwirion Fferm Cwm Cawdel

Ffion the farmer is unable to go on holiday, unless she takes all her cows with her. The result is a hilarious holiday for all!

Dyn Dweud Drefn yn yr Ardd

The man who gives others a good telling off is back, and his rebukes are stronger than ever before! He has travelled to Europe to follow the Welsh football team! But Welsh supporters need to be on their toes, as he is on their heels, ready to chide them!

Nadolig yn y Cartref

A colourful and playful volume of rhyme and artwork which will be enjoyed and treasured by young children during the period leading up to Christmas. Attention is given to some familiar elements of the festival, together with less familiar, simple Welsh customs.

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