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    Do You Love Dinosaurs?

    Do You Love Dinosaurs is a brightly coloured picture book begins with rules for dinosaur enthusiasts. Rule number one says, “Never turn your back on […]

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    Who Fed Zed?

    This well illustrated, hardback picture book Who Fed Zed is hilarious. I suspect that the reader, as well as the listener will finish up in […]

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    Music for Tigers

    Once again Michelle Kadarusman has crafted an epic story, Music for Tigers around conservation, acceptance and friendship set in a remote bush camp in the […]

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    Freaky, Funky Fish

    Odd Facts about Fascinating Fish Fish live in the oceans and rivers of the world and just like every other species, they have their quirks, […]

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    Growing Pains

    This whimsical little story from Alison McLennan and Melissa Johns, Growing Pains uses the analogy of planting a small tree to tell the story of […]

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    This is NOT a Book!

    Right from the first page This is NOT a book is filled with completely fantastic words and pictures as our anti-hero tries to convince not […]

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    Fourteen Wolves

    A Rewilding Story Fourteen Wolves details the extremely successful regeneration of the world famous Yellowstone Park, a park which had an ecosystem that was slowly […]

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    The Lightning Catcher

    Taking the magic of storytelling a long way, Claire Weze and her character Alfie rewrite what it is to have a great adventure in The […]

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    Meet the Oceans

    This colourful soft covered Picture Book is a splendid way to introduce the oceans of the world to children. The format of the book, that […]

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    Goal

    Lydia Williams is the goal keeper for the Australian Matilda’s and Arsenal women’s Soccer teams. She loves writing stories about her sport and the wonderful […]

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    A Way with Wild Things

     Always, it is a fine thing to remember that we have different likes and dislikes. To be quiet, shy, love outdoor life and bugs is […]

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    Stop That Dinosaur!

    What an exciting adventure story Stop That Dinosaur  is as from the beginning we are catapulted into an outrageous adventure. It isn’t every day that […]

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    Little Owl’s Bedtime

    Now available as a sturdy board book the bedtime favourite of little people, Little Owls Bedtime is once again set to charm and settle children […]

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    Pear of Hope

    In Pear of Hope the wonderful symbolism of pear tree has been used to show the circle of life and with life, hope. Anna loved […]

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    Upside-Down Friday

    Hugo the monkey does not like Fridays; they are days when nothing at all seems to be right. It is sports day at school and […]

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    The Smidgens

    If you are only three inches high and having to scavenge a meal in the real world of humans, life can be very interesting indeed, […]

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