• Miss Sue narrates her thoughts about things she likes that make her happy. She hopes to give children thoughts too as to things that make them happy.
  • Esmé d’Arc was a zero. She had been a zero for a very, very long time. Until one day – with the help of her friends –that all finally changed … Within a satisfying framework of rhythm and narrative refrains, a smattering of more difficult words challenge and stimulate the young reader. A wonderful book for children who feel left out or on the margins, or who simply enjoy language.
  • When Luna washes up on a strange shore she is scared and lonely. She soon discovers there is beauty in her new land, and along the way makes unexpected friends. But will she ever feel at home in a place so different from the one she remembers?
  • Lying in his bed one night, Liam woke up and saw a bright light. It shone through the window and Liam could see that his room was lit up as bright as could be ... Join Liam as he investigates the mysterious bright light, and his imagination leads him on an amazing adventure!  
  • Alice is adorable. With her arms tied in a knot, lips buttoned and eyes blindfolded, she explores her home in a different way everyday of the week. See what Alice discovers.
  • When flowers bloom in the Snowy Mountains, at Alcheringa it's a special time for discovery.
  • When snow comes down in the Snowy Mountains, at Alcheringa it's a special time for dreaming.
  • It begins with a tiny seed growing inside a suitcase. With Amira's care, the tiny seed starts to sprout. Find out what happens when kindness flourishes ... Amira's Suitcase is a gentle, thought-provoking tale about friendship and hope.
  • Hazy mazy oops a daisy, wriggle your ears but don’t go crazy!Annabel is no ordinary sheep. She is wiggly and jiggly. Loud noises hurt her ears and no matter how hard she tries, she just can’t fit in with the mob.Until one day her supersensitive style brings her unexpected attention. How will the rest of the mob deal with Annabel now?
  • Apollo the Powerful Owl decides to change his diet, but when he does his tummy growls and grumbles and rumbles and tumbles, and he feels sick and weak. Wilfred the Wise Old Owl gives him some sensible advice. When Apollo takes the advice, something wonderful happens. The magnificent Powerful Owl, Australia’s largest owl, is now a threatened species. This means their numbers are declining and they could become extinct. Through this story about Apollo, an imaginary Powerful Owl, you will learn many things about this majestic Australian bird.
  • Ash is feeling lonely. She wishes she had someone to play with. Then a sad elephant comes along and Ash has an idea that will cheer him up. Soon she is sharing her idea with lots of animals in the forest. A warm-hearted story about sharing with others.
  • Ash loves listening to her grandpa’s stories. When he tells her about some magic leaves, mysterious animals start to appear! A charming tale of family love, traditions and teatime friends.
  • On a normal day, a baby creates mayhem in an apartment block. Diane Jackson’s words express her passion for music, and it’s ability to soothe the soul. Giuseppe Poli brings to life the musical theme in the book, transforming an apartment block into a vibrant community
  • When Baby Dreamer falls asleep, he visits Baby Dreamland. His friends Eviekins Bunny and Barnie Bear are always there to talk, share stories and create new ones. Baby Dreamer discovers the joy of listening and learning. A sweet, simple story which is perfect for gentle bedtime reading.
  • What will Baby Joanna’s first word be?

    Mum hopes that it will be ‘Mum’ .

    Dad hope that it will be ‘Dad’.

    But Milly - Woof just wants to join in on all the fun!  
  • This is a hilarious tale of Beatrice Jones, who sniffs at sandals, looks aghast at gumboots and won't suffer sneakers. When it comes to playing tag, climbing trees and cartwheeling, she believe bare feet are best. But when her parents put their foot down and demand that she find some suitable footwear, it seems that Bea's barefoot days are over. Is there really a fit for every foot?
  • In the land of 'What-To-Do' there is a dragon who has made such a nuisance of himself that he is known as 'Basil the Bully'! What can be done to stop him from terrorising the kingdom?
  • A very hungry bear looks everywhere for his favourite food. He learns where to find it and the best way to get it.
  • The first thing Mouse felt was love, as he lay in the warmth of his mother's fur. Then one day, Mouse meets Bear. He feel frightened but what if Bear is not as scary as he seems...
  • Suzy's family has moved house and everyone is just TOO BUSY to play with her. Eager for someone to play with, Suzy puts up a 'Friend Wanted' advert. When Bear shows up he seems perfect for the job … Until he refuses to wear shoes. Can Suzy and Bear still be best friends if Suzy loves shoes but Bear ABSOLUTELY won't wear them!
  • Between the Pages is the story of two brave boys, Billy and Jack, and their exciting adventures in the rainforest. Chased by lizards, emus and tree dragons, the two boys stay together and help each other to escape through the pages of the book. Between the Pages is a story that celebrates the pleasures of reading.
  • I’ve got the Blue Whale Blues. I’ve got the Blue Whale, Blue Whale Blues. When Penguin hears Whale singing the blues, he tries to help. But how do you stop a blue whale feeling blue? A delightful story about a whale with bike trouble and the happy-go-lucky penguin who cheers him up.
  • Some dogs are shy and anxious and so are some children. Can Boo and Phoebe turn their fears into a positive experience?
  • A boy is trapped on the page. How did he get there? Can he escape? Or is there no other place he’d rather be?
  • This is the true story of a greedy little sheep who put her head into a bucket ... and couldn’t get it out!
  • At bedtime there are a lot of sounds and sights that can make the imagination run wild. Sometimes the things that go bump in the night can inspire a fantastical dream-filled adventure. A perfect story to ease readers into bedtime routines, prompting discussion of worries and stresses from the day or of the dark.
  • One wide wombat hops on a bus. Goodness gracious! What’s the fuss? A counting book that will delight preschoolers.
  • Billy is a 3-year-old boy who finds eating challenging. His parents continually worry about what he eats and how much he eats. They use all sorts of bribery and pressure tactics to make him eat. But their strategies don’t work. One day, his grandma has a good idea… This book is for all parents who worry about their preschoolers and their food intake. This book is for every little boy and girl who has gone through the typical age of developmental fussy eating and finds dinners overwhelming and hard.
  • Following on from the award-winning Can You Find Me?, Can You Find 12 Busy Bees? brings children closer to nature and their environment. In this elegant picture book children will enjoy learning to count with gorgeous fauna and wildlife on every page.
  • Search for an echidna, a powerful owl, a frog and many more animals hidden on every page. Patrick Shirvington’s striking illustrations hide each one of the animals just enough for the guessing to begin.
  • This story was composed after an unforgettable experience in Arnhem Land on Rambarranga and Dalabon country, welcomed and taught by a group of rangers from across West Arnhem Land, who continue to inspire me to this day.
  • Carmichael the Carnaby's Black Cockatoo has made his first flight out of the nest and joined his parents on the long journey to their coastal feeding grounds. But when they return, they find out their home has been destroyed. What will they do? And, more importantly, what can we all do to help?
  • Meg is a cat who looks just a little different. Join her as she discovers how her own value lies not in her appearance, but in her willingness to help, and her desire to attain true friendships.

  • Angus and Lucy love books. They have hundreds of them. But when the books are taken away, Angus and Lucy’s family soon discover they cannot live without them. A warm and moving celebration of books and the way in which they bring us all together.
  • Loukta is a brilliant puppet maker. All of his creations work perfectly just as he expects them to.

    Except for Claudette.

    She is a rickety misfit who longs for freedom and adventure. What can be done with such a puppet? Loukta doesn't know. So Claudette stays on the shelf.

    Until one incredible day...

    Includes 2 colouring pages and a sneak peek into the author's journal.
  • After rolling around in the garden, Clementine smells a lot and needs a good bath! But Clementine doesn’t like getting washed ... Where will she try and hide in the house?
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