CHILDREN'S BOOK: Early one morning on the farm, a boy sets out to find his breakfast. Where could it be? In the tractor? In the haystack? With the sheep?
PICTURE BOOK: Welcome, child! is Sally Morgan’s beautiful and heartfelt celebration of the love we feel for a new child.
An moving tale that speaks of the power of books to bring people together, as well as helping us remember loved ones when they're no longer with us.
Three different adventures with Judy Moody and all her friends together in one book, especially written for 6-9 year olds.
An atmospheric and lyrical story about the moon landing from a uniquely Australian perspective to mark the 50-year anniversary of the moon walk.
A large format book for 5-to-8-year-olds, covering a wide variety of trains using different styles of poetry and illustrations.
A funny, eco-friendly, politically-relevant picture book about our need to share, be environmentally friendly, and own up to our mistakes.
If there's one thing Bear knows, it's how to move. And when the music starts up, Bear just can't help grooving to the beat
The story of three friends, Triangle, Square and Circle, and the possible consequences when we don’t follow the rules.
When Amos starts counting sheep, he didn't expect them to land in his bedroom! Now, how is is supposed to sleep?
A finger puppet book about a little fish who loves to play.
Sally and Max's dad buy them a book on dinosaurs but he spends the day buried in the book and missing the real adventure.
A heart-warming story about a young boy who finds a dragon under the stairs and decides to keep it.
We're going on a bear hunt. We're going to catch a big one. Will you come too?
Two children picture themselves exploring the natural environment far beyond their everyday life in the re-release of this picture book for young readers with a 150-piece puzzle set.
Princess Peony is not really a princess, but she does have a pet dragon, which means she's kind of like a princess. She must keep an evil troll (her brother) from trying to steal her dragon (dog) and avoid being eaten by a bear, which is really hard work.
A picture book for ages 3+ about young Jamie, who wants a made-up bedtime story from his dad with a prince, a bear and a witch, but he constantly interrupts with questions.
A young rabbit tries desperately to stave off bedtime. The clever rabbit traps the dark and gives it an identity and personality who describes the reasons for the inevitability of darkness and bedtime.
A fun book for ages 2+, teaching them about the purpose of an ambulance and the job of paramedic/ambulance crews.
This is the story of a little girl bravely venturing into the Deep Dark Forest to retrieve her puppy, Tinky, but peril awaits at every turn of the page.