Big ideas are broken into bitesize chunks with clever illustration in If The World Were 100 People. Focussing on 100 makes it easier to see the things we have in common.
Everyone knows the crayons love to colour, but did you know that crayons have feelings too? Sometimes they are happy and sometimes they feel downright blue in The Crayons’ Book of Feelings.
He’s back! The Very Super Bear and his sidekick Bruce the Goose are saving the jungle from the cranky, yellow monster. Click the link to add this to your bookshelf today.
How Did I Get Here? takes us on a journey back to the start of time and is a hilarious, and beautifully illustrated book, designed to raise more questions than it answers.
The Imagineer is a beautiful story about an inquisitive little girl whose imagination is sparked by things around her and spending time with her grandparents.
Don’t feel like creating with a hug? No worries! We can say hello with a smile, a wave or even a high five! How to Say Hello supports children in establishing boundaries as they navigate relationships.
Norton and the Bear is an irresistible read-aloud helps children deal with the sensitive topics of conformity, individuality and belonging in an accessible, kid-friendly way.
Claris, the chicest mouse in Paris, is setting off on an exciting adventure through the Big Apple. This look and find book, Where is Claris in New York, is destined to delight fashion-obsessed readers of all ages.
Don’t Worry Little Crab is a book about taking the time you need to overcome your fears. In the rockpool above the sea, live two crabs: Big Crab and Little Crab are going for a dip in the sea.
Macca the Alpaca is back in Macca The Backpacker and dreams of exploring, so he packs his backpack and sets off on a mountain adventure.