|Awards:||Winner of Children's Book Council of Australia Awards: Picture Book of the Year 2013. Shortlisted for West Australian Young Reader's Book Awards: Younger Readers' Award 2012.|
The Coat stood in a paddock at the end of a row of strawberries. It was buttoned up tight and stuffed full of straw and it was angry. 'What a waste of me!' it yelled. Then along came a man. 'I could do with a coat like that,' the man said... read more
From the arrival of the ground staff and the pilot, through to the passengers checking in, boarding and the flight itself, this rhyming text explores the excitement of air travel for young children. Mandy Foot's uniquely Australian cast of animal characters add fun and humour.
The Eiffel Tower is bored today Wouldn’t it be nice to fly away? Paris is full of things to do – The Tower would like to see them too The Tower takes off for the day To watch the city work and play . . . The Eiffel... read more
Noni is the nicest pony any little child could ever hope to meet. A delightful new picture book for young children by the much-loved Alison Lester. Noni the Pony lives on a farm by the bay. She’s friendly and funny and her best frien... read more
Dad isn't afraid of anything . . . except, that is, for one thing. While spending a day on the beach together, a small child learns that his dad isn't afraid of very much--sharks, crazy crabs, angry dogs, and giant waves don't scare hi... read more
One warm sunny morning, a donkey, a cow, a pig, a sheep, and a tiny little mouse, decide to go for a row in a boat...
In a follow-up to the delightful Bear and Chook, the two lovable characters continue their adventures. Bear and Chook are unexpected friends. Bear still likes adventure and Chook would still much rather have the quiet life! One... read more
Hi there, do you want to play?..Join the yellow dot on an adventure of colour and movement, surprise and imagination...A fantastic companion to Press Here and Mix it Up!..'Tullet's mischievous brilliance turns young readers into willing, laughing collaborators.' The Wall Street Journal..
A giraffe in the bath - does that make you laugh? Or a frog in the flour? Or a sheep in the shower? An owl with the flu? Or a roo on the loo? A crocodile with style - does that make you smile? What makes you laugh? This very funny picture book suggests increasingly silly and hilarious possibilities.
Bear likes adventure. Chook likes the quiet life. They are the best of friends. One sunny day by the pond, Chook lets himself get drawn into Bear's wild ideas...with disastrous results!
Milo's life is almost entirely unremarkable. He lives in a solid kennel in an okay part of town. Every other day he has a job delivering parcels...Then Milo's life is turned upside down by an argument with his friend Snombo, fol... read more
From prolific and multi-award winning writer and illustrator Bob Graham comes an enchanting story about the sun, and how it makes its journey from the far side of the world to the home of one small girl.
Bear loves to get things done. He can make just about anything! He even builds a wonderful den. But something is missing. What could it be?...
From this talented trio comes a warm, playful picture book about what truly makes a home.
Never smile at a crocodile, no, you can't get friendly with a crocodile. Don't be taken in by his welcome grin, he's imagining how well you'd fit within his skin! Shane Devries's amazing oil paintings capture a lu... read more
The Australian bush is filled with all sorts of different sounds. Can you hear an animal jumping? What's that? Turn the page and you will see Kangaroo. There's also Wombat, Cockatoo, Possum, Platypus, Koala and many others. A charming guessing game for the very young to introduce them to some of Australia's unique animals.
|Author:||Lucy Ruth Cummins|
There once was a hungry lion, a penguin (Well he was just here...), a little calico kitten (I could have sworn I just saw him...), a brown mouse (Now wait a second...), a bunny with floppy ears and a... read more
CLASSIC FICTION (CHILDREN'S / TEENAGE). Few novels like "The Little Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Exupery have managed to inspire such strong and unforgettable emotions while dealing with themes like the meaning of life, love and frien... read more
Pig was a Pug and Im sorry to say, he was greedy and selfish in most every way. Pig is the greediest Pug in the world. He is ill-tempered, rude and unreasonable. When Pig the Pug is asked to share his toys, something unexpected happens ... Hopefully Pig has learned a lesson!