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NEW PICTURE BOOKS
We all know kids who carry a book everywhere they go. Kids who love nothing more than sitting quietly in the corner, turning page after page. This book is a love letter to all the other kids.
If a bird is clever... if a bird is a smartie... a bird can still have a fabulous Christmas party! Ibis is in a flap and can't find any trash, but Bush Turkey knows exactly where to find a feast to gobble!
This year, Zola and Alessandro are going to decorate the street with Nonno Nino's Christmas lights. Zola's house and Boomerang Street haven't had Christmas lights for two years. But this year, Zola and Alessandro want to continue the tradition.
An Australian Christmas, and counting, book that celebrates the unique birdlife that inhabits this remote and wildly beautiful Christmas Island.
Come visit our houses, come over and play! If we're kind to each other we'll have a great day. Let's do our best to include everyone. We are all different, but that's what's so fun!
A young boy is disappointed that his pet rhinoceros can only do two things, pop balloons and poke holes in kites, until an unexpected event leads to a big surprise.
Meet Ruby. She knows what she wants. She knows who she is. And she can do anything! This book celebrates strong girls the world over, and will empower and encourage every child to use their voice.
Charlie loves the sea. He loves the gentle waves that creep up onto the sand and tickle his toes. But most of all he loves the whales.
Join the Little Bookstore's friendly staff as they draw the curtain on another busy day of browsing and matchmaking. Choose a bedtime story, say your good nights, and pet the shop's feline mascot on your way out.
Curiosity climbs to the highest branch of a tree, joy bounces on a trampoline. Gratitude warms you like a woolly jumper. A picture book about the feelings that live inside us.
A father takes his two children on an adventure into space and invites them to look back at Earth and the conflicts that have taken place since the beginning of time.
Martha LOVES drawing maps. She creates maps of everything--even her thoughts and dreams! Let Martha be your guide as she welcomes you to her world.
Milo and Jay have always been best friends. But when a new girl called Suzi moves in next door, Milo starts to feel left out. The jealous feeling gets stronger and stronger a until suddenly, a green-eyed monster pops up beside him!
In a noisy, grey city, Sam and his Grandpa long for the deep, dark wonderful jungle. But when their dream comes true, can they find a way to protect it?
Learning an instrument can be a lonely pursuit, and Violin and Cello celebrates being a musician and making friends.
Step inside the dollhouse-like interior of Farmhouse and relish the daily life of the family that lives there, rendered in impeccable, thrilling detail.
Across the world each night, beds are made for sleeping. A bee is tucked up in a rose. A fish is rocked by the gentle tide. A bear snuggles in her den. A koala rests on a branch. And otters hold hands as they float downstream...
The crayons are ready to celebrate Halloween -- but they don't know what to say when they knock on the door!
Polly's sixth birthday would be here any day. She was counting down till the thirteenth of May. There'd be a party! Yippee! Hooray! Polly was making a plan. For dreamers and party planners everywhere.
rchie has found the best hiding place. But after a while, it feels too quiet. Is the game still on? Has Archie been forgotten?
All the words I need to know will help you as you learn and grow. From ant and ball and yak and zoo, here's a word book just for you!
Maliyan is a proud eagle who always looks, listens and sees things from a long way away. One day he meets the turkey Wagun, who is a silly bird, and together these two new friends begin to do silly-bird things.
Xiao Xin believes he is a red fire warrior but his family are always telling him to be careful. They believe the world is a dangerous place. Too dangerous for a little boy on his own.
Mother and Father swan are busy rebuilding their nest after a storm when their baby, Ninni Yabini, wanders off. Luckily, the evening star comes out to guide him home.
Cathy ran barefoot every day across the great ancient land, as her people had done for sixty thousand years before. And when she ran, she could hear the heartbeat of the land.
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