• This new edition of Max Fatchen's much-loved classic of children's poetry features an introduction by award-winning author Janeen Brian and lively cover and internal illustrations by Kathy Creamer.
  • After the adventures of Four on the Run, Maxie, Lady, Flash, and Fergie are set for a new life as film stars and a luxury cruise overseas. But when they are washed overboard in a storm and land on a desert island, it seems their troubles are only just beginning! From two acclaimed creators comes the lively, funny sequel to the popular Four on the Run, about four friends who just happen to be machines! Perfect for young readers 5-8.
  • Maxie, Fergie, Flash and Lady are good friends who live in Mrs Brown’s farm shed. Life isn’t exciting, but they’re happy. Until the day they learn that Mrs Brown wants to sell them—to the scrap yard! So they decide to run away: and suddenly life becomes very exciting for the four lovable machines in a series of madcap adventures that will change everything.
  • Lucy is spending the holidays with her grandparents at an old house near a loch. Thomas the cat disappears on the train trip there and Lucy is frantic. Taking advice from her spellbook and a talking library, Lucy casts a spell to find him.But when she does there’s something different about him…Can Lucy solve the mystery in her second magical adventure? A sequel to Lucy Newton, Little Witch(shortlisted for 2019 Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards).
  • Lucy's mum is always busy, leaving Lucy alone in their old house with one strict rule: NO MAGIC. Lucy doesn't mean to conjure the giant green slug, that's determined to eat the prized cabbage garden of the witch next door. Now, with the help of a talking spellbook and a grumpy cat called Thomas, she must race to get rid of the slug before her mum gets home.
  • There's only one thing that Nelly dislikes more than jelly, and that's heights. In fact, she's terrified of high places!
  • Petal's father likes to boast about his daughter. According to him she can do anything. One day, a particularly over-the-top boast about her spinning skills makes its way across the land into the King's ear and Petal is brought to the palace. The King orders Petal to demonstrate her skill. With no hope of doing what her father says she can do, Petal agrees to a deal offered by a tricky old man who will carry out the task if she can answer a really hard riddle. But surely it can't be that hard, can  it? A lively, funny take on Rumpelstiltskin.
  • Princess Hayley has everything a princess could want...except a comet. It's her only birthday wish. Comets are so sparkly and they shoot through the sky so fast - who wouldn't want one? But then Hayley realises the only way she's going to get her wish is to catch a comet for herself. Joined by the very best friends a princess could have, Hayley aims to build the biggest and best - the only - comet-catcher in the world and make sure her birthday dream comes true! A magical, funny story for younger readers by a talented new author.
  • News series! Sage and her parents visit a chocolatier to film a segment for their TV show. Things go drastically wrong when the competitive spirit gets the better of the chocolatier.
  • The Sorry Tale of Fox and Bear is the story of a cruel falling out between two friends, how it happens, and what happens next. It is outrageous, passionate and poignant, and the bittersweet ending is as ambiguous as any friendship in real life.
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