• 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.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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?
  • One wide wombat hops on a bus. Goodness gracious! What’s the fuss? A counting book that will delight preschoolers.
  • 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.
  • 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?
  • Clementine is intent on finding someone (anyone!) to take her for a walk, but everyone is just too busy. However, when it is finally time to go for a walk, Clementine is nowhere to be found.
  • Delilah, the hen, dreams of adventure. She pictures herself soaring through the sky and flying amongst the stars. Delilah's sisters Priscilla and Esmerelda make fun of her lofty ideas. However they soon change their tune as Delilah comes to the rescue of her sisters and fellow farmyard friends.
  • Dragon mode is a delightful story about a boy who is sometimes good when he is in boy mode, but not quite so good when in dragon mode. Chantal's illustrations bring to life the humour of the story. Every parent of a little boy will relate to this book!
  • Free verse poems celebrate the joy and freedom of being a child in the Australian landscape.
  • Although he comes from a long line of archaeologists, Edward has never discovered anything. Then one rainy night, he stumbles upon what could be his first great discovery.
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