A celebration of children everywhere! Explore and discover the cultures and activities of children around the world, from playtime to manners, language, food, family, school and animals.
When young Julian sees three beautiful women with flowing hair, he imagines them to be mermaids and wants to be just like them. A picture book about imagination and identity for ages 4+.
From August 1st, Snugglepot and Cuddlepie will sit amongst their iconic bush imagery at Carrick Hill’s Close To Nature: May Gibbs and Australian Botanical Art, an exhibition of original and rarely viewed artworks by iconic Australian author and illustrator, May Gibbs.
If your kids are looking for adventures this school holidays, here's a list you need to see.
The newly renovated Bartley Hotel in West Lakes is offering up some great Winter school holiday entertainment this year, alongside some tasty family-friendly lunches.
A parody of the highest order when the adult members of the former Blyton Summer Detective Club reband after 13 years and learn that their last case didn’t end very well. Perhaps more truthfully, it didn’t end at all.
Strap on your skates and glide under SA's first clear domed marquee, and why not try your hand at Tobogganing down a 25m genuine ice slide.
Kicking off tomorrow, Adelaide's first mini festival of the season has arrived bringing ice skating, ice slides, jumping castles, a Ferris Wheel, food, drinks and more.
Annie, who is making paintings of animals representing the entire alphabet, asks them to all line up in order and starts with aardvark, then bear, then crocodile. But what is this? Instead of dog, here’s Zebra pushing in out of turn.
One in a series of illustrated children's books about inspirational women. In this edition, the highs and lows of Ella Fitzgerald's life and singing career are brought into focus to inspire young girls.
Two essential new picture books by Ros Moriarty, with illustrations by Balarinji, using striking Indigenous artwork and lush, descriptive language to draw children’s attention to the world around them.
The size of people in the 'Lifeanddeathworld', written as one word, is dependent on how much money they have. To move from being the size of rats, the ‘littlepoor’ people need to accumulate ‘munmun’ which will allow them to Scale Up - perhaps becoming ‘middlepoor’.
An empowering children's book that highlights all the special things that mothers do and shows young girls that they are capable of many things just by being everyday people.
A tale told in rhyme of a child who was always compliant and subdued who woke up one morning feeling prickly and confused. He tries to get along with his life but by saying, “No” instead of, “Yes” all the time.
New teacher, Miss Corker is totally overwhelmed by class 4F who are the worst in the school and, recognising her weaknesses, they make life even more difficult for her.
A pretty picturebook for ages 4-9 that highlights the special relationship between a grandfather and his grandson as they spend time together building not one, but two sandcastles that are “magnificent.”
The orchestra is scattered all over the world on holidays! The Maestro and his assistant, a yellow bird, must take clues from the musician’s post cards in order to find them in the picture puzzles in time for the concert.
A children's activity book that explores the achievements of women through history, from Sacagawea, an American Indian in 1804, to Rosa Parks in 1955.
A large format picture book exploring the ancient lives of dinosaurs and where they roamed on the Earth, broken down into modern-day continents for ease of understanding.
Young Annie names her stuffed Kangaroo 'Digger' and gives him to her older brother as he leaves for war. In France, 1918, Digger & her brother are cared for by a young French girl named Colette.