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Claris The Chicest Mouse in Paris Fashion Show Fiasco
The highly anticipated follow-up to the best-selling picture book, Claris: The Chicest Mouse in Paris, from acclaimed fashion illustrator Megan Hess. ‘But oh no!’ Claris cried, and her heart gave a tug. Madame’s invitation was still on the rug! Without it she would be declined at the door. She’d miss out on Chanel, and perhaps even more ... When Claris’s family leaves behind their invite to Paris Fashion Week, this brave little mouse has only one choice: an exciting dash through the streets of Paris in a race against the clock! The best-selling Claris series follows an adorable mouse who moves to Paris to follow her fashion dreams, for fans of Eloise and Olivia. Destined to delight fashion-obsessed readers of all ages!Read More
On nice and sunny Sundays, Elsie goes fishing with her six siblings. But she doesn't quite fit in. They want to walk through the woods, but she wants to walk along the water.Read More
Fair’s Fair: How to Tackle Bias in Education and Care Services
This is a practical guide to putting anti-bias and inclusive practices into everyday curriculum. It is easily accessible and offers clear examples of practices, environments and relationships to support educators. It features an Anti-Bias Reflection Guide specifically designed to help educators with their pedagogical documentation and reflective practices.Read More
Out of a Dark Winter’s Night
This book tells the story of a...Read More
Took the Children Away
Archie Roach AM's deeply personal song, ‘Took the Children Away', from his 1990 debut album, Charcoal Lane, was the first song ever to receive a prestigious Australian Human Rights Award. Its impact was immediate, shining a stark light on Australia's shameful past practices of removing children from their families. The song also speaks of love and reconnection and has travelled across seas into the hearts of First Nations communities everywhere. One dark day, when Archie was just two years old, big black government cars came to his home at Framlingham Aboriginal Mission in southwest Victoria. They forcibly took Archie away from his mother, father and family - everything he had ever known. They took away thousands of other Aboriginal children, right around Australia. Powerful people had decided that these children would be better off living and learning all the white man's ways. Frightened and alone, they grew up in institutions and foster homes. They became known as the Stolen Generati
We Are All Greta: Be Inspired to Save the World
Follow in Greta Thunberg's footsteps and join the global mission to save our planet from climate change. With in-depth text and data, this necessary and timely book will answer readers’ questions on what climate change means, what its consequences will be, and what must be done to protect our world.Read More
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This Month's Highlights
Ants ( Close Up)
Little People Big Dreams Maya Angelou
Little People Big Dreams Zaha Hadid
The Barnabus Project
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Loose Parts 3 - Inspiring Culturally Sustainable Environments
Loose parts cross the boundaries of gender, age, abilities, and socioeconomic challenges. This book makes a conscious effort to create culturally sustainable environments that allow children to grow and to conquer a dynamic world.Read More
Where is the Green Sheep?
Here is the blue sheep, and here is the red sheep. Here is the bath sheep, and here is the bed sheep. Mem Fox and Judy Horacek take you on a wildly wonderful adventure in their rollicking search for the green sheep.Read More
Remember Lest We Forget
Remember is told from the perspective of a child at an Anzac Day march, who steps into the shoes of people they see, to find out why they are there. "I wish I could say thank you for the sacrifice they gave, Imagine if superheroes were ever half as brave"Read More
Golden Unicorn: The Mythix 1
Some heroes are legends. Some legends are real. The tyrant known as the Soul Collector desires to own everything that is beautiful, unusual, or unique. Kelly Swift is trying hard to be an average teenager, to keep her head down and her hoodie up. But every day her powers are growing: she can run faster than the wind, she can hear people's thoughts, she is not normal. When her mother is taken by the Soul Collector, Kelly can't linger in the shadows any longer. But who is she really? Can she be the one in the prophecy? Is she...The Golden Unicorn? The Golden Unicorn, the Minotaur and the Griffin - Only these three united to a common purpose can fell him who seeks to triumph over all.Read More
Bug Soup Beat
As night descends, myriad bugs emerge to feast on any tasty morsel they can find in the garden. Mosquitos, scorpions, centipedes, worms and snails enjoy their supper/soup while with their silky thread the spiders weave a sign for the Moth Motel that is strung between the trees. The story is told in rhyming couplets but it is the lively word play that makes this an ideal book to read aloud: ‘falling, flirting, darting, gliding’ the bugs continue ‘crunching, slurping, gulping and sipping’ throughout the evening. The text and colourful illustrations are effectively presented on glossy black paper but the highlight must surely be the fabulous endpapers, those at the front of the book depicting the flying bugs while the back ones show the ground-based bugs. Each element of this picture book demonstrates Monica Reeve’s experience as an author and illustrator. Highly recommended. Age 2-6Read More
Let's Learn about Children of the World Big Book
This big book is filled with colourful photos of children from all around the world. Learn how to say ‘hello’ in different languages of the world. Written, photographed and printed in Australia. Big Book size: 42cm x 30cm. 16 pages.Read More
Tales of My Grandmother's Dreamtime
Authentic Aboriginal fables as told by the author's grandmother.Read More
Animals in the Sky
A graphically stunning introduction to constellations for the youngest readers, following the meteoric rise of global bestseller Seeing Stars This stylish, informative board book helps younger children identify six of the most recognizable animal constellations from The Great Bear to The Southern Fish. Each constellation is introduced as a cluster of stars with its connected-line shape; readers then guess the animal through a series of read-aloud clues. A full animal illustration gatefold reveals the answer, accompanied by extra information about the constellation and its important stars. Perfect for bedtime stargazing!Read More
More Tales of My Grandmother's Dreamtime
Naiura has faithfully recorded stories told to him as a child by his Grandmother. Every story is illustrated by colourful traditional aboriginal dot artwork. Teach children the tales of indigenous Australians and gain an appreciation of their art.Read More
Why Worry Wally?
A picture book aimed at 4-8 year olds aimed at helping kids cope and deal with worries and anxiety. Through taking a light-hearted approach through rhyme, humour and whimsical illustrations, the book acts as an engaging conversation starter between kids, parents/carers, friends and teachers to talk about worries and anxiety.Read More
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