The Swirling Hijaab: "A very special book and extremely timely. Beautiful illustrations combined with simple but engaging text."
- The Guide to Literacy Resources (UK National Literary Association), 2002
Not Again, Red Riding Hood: "An Imaginative sequel to the traditional tale. A lovely book to read aloud... Stripes, spirals, dots and squares abound in the bold illustrations in bright strong colours... these sort of details engage children's interest over many retellings."
- Books for Keeps (Britain's top independent Children's Book Review Journal)
Dear Zoo: "The layout of the book with its superb bold illustrations and lots of space around both language texts, makes for an excellent reader-friendly dual language book."
- Books for Keeps
What Shall We Do With the Boo Hoo Baby?: "Destined to be a staple in pre-schools, this title is a joy to read aloud... works equally well for a large group as for a one-on-one sharing."
- School Library Journal
Splash!: "It's a truly remarkable achievement, with quite stunning double page spread animal illustrations."
- School Librarian
Alfie's Angels: "Delightful, humorous illustrations with plenty to look and smile at add to the pleasure of this inventive and entertaining story."
- The Guide to Literacy Resources 2003
Don't Cry Sly!: "The pictures are wonderful, expressive and highly atmospheric... a wonderful book to read aloud."
- The Booktrust Best Book Guide
The Pied Piper: "... a super dual text - it not only looks inviting, its an excellent read. A lovely version to share with children."
I Took the Moon for a Walk: "I Took the Moon for a Walk is ideal for shared reading... a magical adventure, a little boy walks across a rural landscape, the moon beside him, with neighbourhood dogs supplying a choir. Moon's eye, and worm's eye perspectives free the viewer to roll, bowl, rise, fall and float effortlessly with the main participants."