After the success of the Puffin line for children, the publisher logically moved toward an even younger market. It’s not exactly clear why the series was so short-lived, given the success of its big brother Penguin Picture Books.
|BP3||Puffin Rhymes||John Harwood||1944|
|BP4||The Old Woman and Her Pig||John Harwood||1944|
|BP5||The Holiday Train||Peter Heaton||1944|
|BP6||The Holiday Train Goes to America||Peter Heaton||1946|
|BP7||Heads, Bodies and Legs||Richard Chopping||1946|
|BP8||Dobbish: The Paper Horse||Peter Heaton||1946|
|BP9||The Holiday Train Goes to the Moon||Peter Heaton||1948|