|Author:||Shona Innes; Írisz Agócs (Illustrator)|
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|Series:||A\Big Hug Book Ser.|
The internet can be amazing - it helps you talk to friends and family that live far away, and you can also play games and learn all sorts of fun things. The internet can also be a bit like a puddle - there are some puddles that are fun to ... read more
A lyrical biography of E. B. White, beloved author of Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little, written by Barbara Herkert and illustrated by Caldecott honoree Lauren Castillo.
When young Elwyn White lay in bed as a sickly child, a bold house mous... read more
New York Times best-selling author-illustrator Oliver Jeffers and fine artist Sam Winston deliver a lyrical picture book inspiring readers of all ages to create, to question, to explore, and to imagine.
A little girl sails her raft across a sea of words... read more
When a little old lady can't stand her tiny house any longer, a wise old man gives her some strange advice... And soon her house is feeling smaller than ever, with a hen, a goat, a pig, and even a cow trampling all over her kitchen! But the wise old man has one piec... read more
A delightful collection of children's short stories, written and illustrated by Shirley Barber, and featuring an exquisite 3D images embedded in the front cover. The engaging stories will delight young readers and the exquisitely detailed illustratio... read more
From the award-winning creator of A-Z OF ENDANGERED ANIMALS comes a stunning non-fiction picture book for boys and girls with a love of animals and a thirst for all things encyclopaedic. This exquisite full-colour picture book is packed with interesting facts and ... read more
More than just an alphabet book, this title uses the letters A-Z as a framework to tell us about growing up on a mission in northern New South Wales. It is a first alphabet book with an Aboriginal theme and describes daily routines and incidents in and around the mission - including billycart racing and yabby fishing. Ages 2+.
Alice was feeling rather bored that afternoon. "Shall I make a daisy-chain? she wondered. Or read the book my sister is reading?" Lewis Carroll's classic story is here retold with lively humorous text, and unique mixed-media style illustrations. A wonderful introduction to the great classics, ideal for children.
In the years of 1914-1918 over 330,000 Australians served their country in a war far from their homeland, more than 60,000 of them die. Five of these Australians were brothers; three of them were destined to never return to the home they loved. The Great War brought enor... read more
|Author:||AliKat Rhyme Time (Illustrator)|
We, Alice (Art) and Kathy (Rhymes), AliKat, are both teachers with lots of extras accumulated along the way.Fortunately, in 2017 we were brought together while teaching in the beautiful city of Brisbane, Australia.Tuesday's were poetry days when Kath... read more
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|Awards:||Winner of Moonbeam Children's Book Awards: Children's Wellness Award - Bronze Medal 2007.|
All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome takes a playful look at Asperger Syndrome (AS), drawing inspiration from the feline world in a way that will strike a chord with all those who are familiar with AS. Delightful colour photographs of cats bring to life famili... read more
All Dogs Have ADHD takes an inspiring and affectionate look at Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), using images and ideas from the canine world to explore a variety of traits that will be instantly recognisable to those who are familiar with ADHD. Following... read more