• Duckdog is very different from his sisters and friends, and sometimes it’s hard for him to fit in. With some help and encouragement from Mumma Duck, Duckdog learns to embrace his uniqueness and enjoy being himself.
  • More amazingly wonderful adventures with the crazy inexhaustible teachers from Where Do Teachers Go at Night?. ● Highly anticipated sequel to the original Where Do Teachers Go at Night? ● Celebrates hard-working teachers as they travel around the world.
  • Meg is Tune Town’s best music performer, but she’s having trouble rehearsing. So much trouble, in fact, that the notes have run right off the sheet! Can Meg find the notes in time for her big concert? Or are they closer to home than she thought? A colourful book for music-loving-and-learning kids of all ages
  • Follow a young girl’s journey as she questions the universe about the secrets of life. Can she find her inner calm to discover the answers she seeks?
  • The second book in the series is a thrilling story about a girl and the endangered Bengal Tiger. What is the connection between little Veera and the mysterious tiger, Tala? This chance encounter will forever change Veera’s understanding of courage. Learn some terrific tiger facts, too!
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Bees know exactly what they are doing. And curious children want to learn their secrets: What goes on inside a beehive? How do bees make honey? What is pollination? This book answers these questions and gives young readers comprehensive, beautifully illustrated information about humankind's greatest ally - the very clever bee. Discover the life cycle and anatomy of the honey bee, the happy relationship between bees and flowers, our many uses of honey and beeswax, and how we can all help bees.
  • ‘Can you help us find a safe new home?’ Disaster strikes when the bees lose their home. They search high and low and finally settle outside a beautiful palace. Can the Big Queen save Queen Bee and her family? A delightful story about a very important friendship for ages.
  • Treat yourself to this colourful Christmas story, as the adorable dinosaurs come together to celebrate. With festive fun and kindness, Christmas love is all around.
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