No!Archie was adorable. Everybody said so. Until one day, he learned a new word... 'No!'

Archie says 'No!' at mealtimes, bath times, and every single bedtime. But saying 'No!' all the time soon gets Archie into a bit of a pickle…

Aimed at children aged 3–6, this hilarious tale is perfect for parents who suddenly find themselves tackling tantrums, with a toddler who may be overusing the word 'No'. Written by Tracey Corderoy, award-winning author of It's Potty Time! and It's Mine! this fantastic book is the latest in her series of stories that humorously deal with key toddler issues.

Cheeky but charming, Archie will win the hearts of all readers. Parents are sure to recognise their own children in this loveable character – who is adorable and slightly frustrating in equal measure!

This book is great for:

  • tackling the issue of tantrums in a way that makes children laugh
  • encouraging empathy and discussion about behaviour and interaction with your child
  • reading aloud and joining in
  • encouraging reading and making words accessible through the use of coloured speech bubbles throughout
  • promoting a positive, warm father-child relationship


No! is part of the Little Tiger Press 'Reading Rocks' campaign. From this stubborn rhino to a clumsy big-bottomed bear, a rascally rat, two adventurous friends and a giraffe who loves to count, the beautifully illustrated picture books invite you to explore a world of exciting stories and loveable characters.

Visit the website for lots of fun things you can do with your kids, from downloadable activity sheets to videos of the stories being read by the authors.


About the author

Tracey CorderoyTracey Corderoy was born in South Wales and now lives in Gloucestershire with her husband, two daughters and a menagerie of animals. She is a trained teacher and used to run specialist literacy programmes in schools before becoming a full-time writer.

She has written over 20 books for Little Tiger Press including The Grunt and The Grouch, which won the Hillingdon Picture Book of the Year in 2011.


About the illustrator

Award-winning illustrator Tim Warnes shares a studio at his home in the Dorset countryside with his wife, illustrator Jane Chapman. Tim is best known for illustrating the Little Tiger books, I Don't Want to Go to Bed! and I Don't Want to Have a Bath! which which gave Little Tiger Press not only its name, but its logo too!

This giveaway is now closed. If you weren't lucky enough to receive a free copy, you can buy No!

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Last updated: about 3 years ago