Best Buys Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Children's Books Get your child stuck into one of these wonderful books... 1 of Ad break Gold Award Winner - Tell Me About Heaven, Grandpa Rabbit by Jenny AlbumAn incredibly touching book that helps children come to terms with losing someone special. Bradley Bunny wants to know what heaven is like, so grandpa tells him to imagine 'a place in the sky that feels special,' and Bradley imagines a carrot themed funfair in the sky - ahhh, sweet. Through the book Bradley and grandpa discuss what happens when a loved one passes away and it has a really nice ending. £6.99, Little Boo Publishing Silver Award Winner - Alfie In The Garden by Debi GlioriA cute tale with an even cuter protagonist; little rabbit Alfie is helping his mum in the garden, but he gets distracted as his imagination transports him to the jungle and now he's a lion on the prowl! Before long he's an elephant spraying water from his trunk, and a little bird flying home to his nest. Where else will his imagination take him? You and your little one will have to read the book to find out. £10.98 for a hardcover copy, Bloomsbury Bronze Award Winner - Train! by Judi AbbotA brilliant picture book for toddlers and train enthusiasts alike, Train! follows Little Elephant, who LOVES trains! But Cat wants to play with his plane. Penguin wants to play with his car. And Rabbit would rather play with his digger. How will they learn to play together? £10.99 for a hardcover copy, Little Tiger Press Also shortlisted: The Hound Of Falsterbo I Specs For Rex Dealing With Feelings: Making Friends Doughnuts For A Dragon Why? Want more award-winning toys & books?Here they are: Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Newborn toy Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Baby toy Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Toddler toy Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Preschool toy Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Electronic toy Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Children's book Prima Baby Awards - Baby gift/keepsake By Hazelann Williams Comments Latest on MadeForMums Which pregnant celebs are due in 2018? Postpartum psychosis – just how many mums suffer from it? How much sugar is in your child's favourite ice lolly? Kimberley Walsh: ‘It killed me teaching my boys to sleep through the night'