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    How to Keep a Pet Squirrel

    “The squirrel makes a very attractive and interesting pet,” and so beings a charming tale. Axel Scheffler of The Gruffalo fame has yet again used […]

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    The Fair Dinkum War

    When David Cox was a young boy, war in the form of World War II, came to his town. His class was disrupted by the […]

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    That’s What I’d Do

    Internationally acclaimed Singer and Songwriter Jewel has – upon the birth of her son- lent her undeniable talent to the creating of a delightfully melodic […]

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    Herbie and the Tune

    Herbie’s heading for earth but at the very last minute he decides he does not really want to go as it might mean leaving behind […]

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    The Great Snortle Hunt

    On a hill bumpy-steepy, there’s a house scary-creepy, and it’s said that a Snortle lives there, Now nobody’s been, so nobody’s seen, But Mouse whispers, […]

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    Good Morning Mr Pancakes.

    Quirky, imaginative, delightfully different, this picture book contains a story all kids, little and big, can and will relate to. Just exactly who is Mr […]

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    Ten Scared Fish

    Bright and attractive this learning to count for little people can’t help but teach and entertain along the way. Created by Ros Moriarty of the […]

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    Rainbow Street Pets

    There are six stories made up of 10 or more chapters in the story which makes up the book of the Rainbow Street Shelter and […]

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    Milo and the Moon Kangaroo.

    New to the children’s book scene comes Milo and his little imaginary friend the Moon Kangaroo: who co-incidentally just happens to live on the moon […]

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    Pirates Love Underpants

    How can you resist a fantastic pirate story at any age, let alone one that has all the dastardly characters in their very best underpants- […]

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    Kangaroos Hop

    Simple text creatively presented helps the young reader learn to recognised Australian animals and the special movements they make. Starting with Kangaroos hoping, each page […]

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    More Nightlights

    Written as a collection of stories to be read to your children upon going to bed, More Nightlights has also been written to allow you […]

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    Shot Boom Score

    Toby is sports mad and nothing but sport is the topic of conversation except that of the McGarvey, who not only is the biggest kid […]

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    The Colour Fairies

    When I presented The Colour Fairies to our 2 ¾ year old it was a very gracious “thank you Daddy, thank you”…. she loves books. […]

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