Bruce Pascoe has collected a swathe of literary awards for Dark Emu and now he has brought together the research and compelling first person accounts in a book for younger readers.
Using the accounts of early European explorers, colonists and farmers, Bruce ... read more
Celebrate the dawning of a new decade with the fully revised Guinness World Records 2020. To kick off the '20s, we've created an electrifying new cover and curated a record-breaking edition packaged with thousands of new, updated and classic superlatives, hundreds of... read more
Love Space? Love LEGO? If the answer is yes, you'll love this book! `Brick by Brick Space' will teach you how to build amazing space projects, giving step by step instructions - simple and easy. And all you need for it to work ... read more
Be on the look-out for the wildest mammals with Agent Osprey as she explores the animal kingdom in search of all things fierce and friendly! Mammals! includes a 1.8-metre-long timeline, featuring over 100 mammals from their first known forms through to their living descendants ... read more
The Diary of Jimmy Porter, Central Australia, 1927-1928 Jimmy Porter has moved to the middle of nowhere. His uncle's family live in a wattle-and-daub hut, days' walk away from even the nearest neighbour. Life in 1927 in the outback is tough, but the people who live there can cope with j... read more
Planets, moons, comets, constellations, shooting stars, galaxy clusters -- there are so many incredible objects in our Universe, but most of us know so little about them, and even fewer can identify them! This book gives a comprehensive look at the ce... read more
|Author:||Juliet David; Jo Parry (Illustrator); Sophie Piper; Annabel Spenceley (Illustrator)|
|Series:||Candle Read and Share Ser.|
An Easter storybook full of charm from respected children's author Juliet David, and from Elina Ellis, whose illustrations are always filled with character and warmth. A straightforward retelling of this important story is presented here alongside a mixture of full page art and spot illustrations.
Hospitalized with the dreaded atom bomb disease, leukaemia, a child in Hiroshima races against time to fold one thousand paper cranes to verify the legend that by doing so a sick person will become healthy.
Here's everything you need to know about being a pre-teen, from Kaz Cooke, author of Girl Stufffor teens. * body changes * dealing with friends & bullies * getting confident * first periods * pimples * hair (wherever it is... read more
Get into Art is a gorgeous children’s activity series, now in one bumper book, that explores a wide range of artists’ work while encouraging children to develop their own skills and techniques. Get into Art is perfect for active young artists of all abilities. The book fea... read more
The First Field Guide to Australian Mammals introduces you to the diverse range of mammals found throughout Austral ia, including: monotremes - pla typus and echidna marsupials - womb at, kangaroo, koala and sugar glider placental mammals - sea lion, bat an... read more
With more than 100 popular topics arranged alphabetically, and illustrated throughout with full-colour photographs and illustrations, My First Encyclopedia is the perfect reference for children who are just learning to look up information for the first time. Information is... read more