A young girl lives with fear as her constant companion, initially small and easily managed but soon ballooning to proportions she can no longer control until she learns she is not alone.
Under the Southern Cross works on many layers and will appeal to a wide range of ages, from toddlers to teens as it travels around Australia looking at life under the cover of darkness.
In the jungle, the animals love playing games but when they discover Cheetah is always cheating, they set up a race and a wager to get revenge and teach him a lesson.
A fun, appealing book for three to six year olds who following directions, looking for a young racoon baddie who is literally tearing through the pages, stealing items, and running from the owners.
A simple story for ages 4 and above about body image, translated to a giraffe and a turtle who worry about the length of their necks.
A soothingly, illustrated and positive-messaged bedtime story for 4-8 year olds that talks about human connections, with themes of friendship, companionship and meaningful relationship building.
This is a very amusing story for ages 6 and above based on how small children often twist words that they have misheard.
This is the classic JM Barrie tale of the boy that didn't grow up, retold in rhyme and illustrated with life-like characters and settings in a classic, old world storybook fashion.
When the King and Queen grow tired of their spoiled daughter's selfishness, they seek help from a local, good witch, who strips the Princess of her outer beauty until she can rediscover her inner beauty.
Morris the Mole has a habit of digging haphazardly and unwitting surfacing in all kinds of inopportune settings, causing chaos for the other creatures above ground. Then, one day, it seems as if a barrier has been built to stop him from surfacing. What is he to do?
Sonam is a young girl, growing up in Taliban-controlled Kabul, Afghanistan, where music is banned. Then one day, she hears an amazing sound and just has to find out what it is. She discovers an old man playing an instrument.
A delightful picture book looking at all the wonderful things that a grandfather can do, from playing games to being patient and administering first aid to teddy bears.
A wonderful picture book that takes children on a treasure hunt around Great-aunt Martha's house, where they can wrestle with riddles on every page by lifting the flaps to reveal the house’s hidden, historical treasures.
A simple but delightful picture book for ages 2 - 6, exploring the joy small children have hunting and jumping in puddles and experimenting with language.
A beguiling picture book with beautiful illustrations about Maud, an unconfident member of a clan of dragons who, by their magic, help the world transition from day into night.
In this board book edition for ages 4 or 5, the Little People, Big Dreams series looks at the life of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo whose works inspired by the nature and artifacts of Mexico.
A board book version for young children of the Little People, Big Dreams series about inspirational women. This edition focuses on the life of Coco Chanel who grew up to become a world-famous designer of high fashion, classic and elegant clothes.
Author Isabel Sánchez Vegara continues her series of illustrated children’s books that focus on women who had shown courage and strength, and had enough imagination and self-belief to make their dreams come true. Ada Lovelace was the daughter of Lady Byron, a mathematician, and the renowned English poet Lord Byron. Her father abandoned the family […]
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.