Lift the flaps to find out about words! Flip open the picture flaps to learn lots of first words about familiar things such as toys, colours, clothes, food and animals. Vibrant colour photographs draw in young children's attention. Learn new vocabulary with ... read more
A well illustrated catalog of inventions and innovations that were developed in traditional Native American cultures eight categories are explored with descriptive photos and detailed text. Age: 9 - 11
A book to treasure for young and old, Robyn Kahukiwa's Nga Atua: Maori Gods takes the reader on a beautiful visual journey while imparting simple and effective explanations of the major Maori gods.
Robyn introduces the pantheon of Maori gods, and explains the aren... read more
Ages 3 years & over. Filled with an all-bug cast and bursting with detailed illustrations from the colourful town of Bugville, this story revolves around Dudley, an ugly worm who is misunderstood and unfairly judged by his peers. Sadly, he becomes what he is told he is. Then, the insig... read more
Telling the whimsical story of an absent-minded tailor and his trusty mouse companion, this narrative highlights a fantastic children's folk song that has been enjoyed throughout the ages. The tale follows the duo as the mouse becomes ill and the dim-witted tailor tries a... read more
This title is suitable for ages 3 to 5 years. Revisiting a folk music classic, this delightfully illustrated picture book has inspired laughter from children and adults alike for hundreds of years. This wonderfully tall tale recounts the story of a legendary ram, so big his horns 'r... read more
Mum and I think Dad is terrific. He's tall... handsome (so Mum says and he's funny too.
There's only one thing we don't love about him... his WOBBLY BOOTS!
Those wobbly boots cause us nothing but worry.
Following a dream, Myilly takes Lillibutt and Moana on a long adventure from Kakadu to Uluru. As they travel overland they face many challenges and meet the local people - including jackaroos, the Flying Doctor and children on an outback cattle station. The... read more
Write on and wipe off with your own crayons and cloth! This is a brilliant hands-on book that helps children practise writing their numbers, complete with crayons and wiper-cloth, with follow-the-dot exercises for different numerals on each page. Colourful characters and... read more
|Author:||Chris Oxlade; John Rostron; Ian Graham; John Farndon; Michael Harris; Peter Harrison; Peter Mellett; Robin Kerrod|
Learn all about the earth, volcanoes, weather, space, ships, cars, trains and planes in eight fantastic science books for 8-to 12-year olds. This title presents 150 step-by-step hands-on projects with over 2000 fabulous colour photographs, illustration... read more
Designed for students in secondary school, this book of exercises and lessons helps them develop study strategies that include organization, reading comprehension, note-taking skills, and test-taking skills. It first describes the executive functions of the brain--the pr... read more