This book is based on a story told by Daisy Utemorrah of the Worora people to Aboriginal children living in Derby, Western Australia. The illustrations are adapted from their paintings of her story. She said, "I used to live with my parents in a humpy house. My Grandmother, my aunties and even my Grandp ...Show more
This story comes from the Aboriginal people at Warmun (Turkey Creek) in Western Australia. It was told in the Kija language by Jacko Dolumyu and then in English by Hector Jandany. The illustrations are adapted from paintings of the story done by the children living at Warmun. Eileen Bray, of the Kija La ...Show more
Anastasia's got a problem: Her parents have become too embarrassing to be around. At first she blames them--they are the source of embarrassment, after all. But then she decides it's herself, her thirtee-year-old, hormone-ridden self. She has clearly become a seriously disturbed person, and she needs he ...Show more
So she and her dad decide to organize Anastasia's frazzled mother to help her run the household smoothly. When Mum goes away for work, Anastasia gets to test out her theory. The household quickly begins to crumble as Anastasia has to face Sam's chickenpox, an unexpected visit from her dad's old girlfrie ...Show more
In her seventh adventure, the irrepressible Anastasia decides that she needs more poise and confidence especially since her chosen career is to be a bookstore owner. A flyer on her father's windshield convinces her that charm school at Studio Charmante will teach her just that. But a week in modeling sc ...Show more
This time the beast, the dwarves, Dame Gothel, the fairies, and the frog take centre stage and share their points of view. Think Snow White was the most perfect girl ever? Wrong. She had a mind like a leaky bucket. Sleeping Beauty? A beautiful klutz. And Rapunzel? Such an ungrateful creature!Australian ...Show more
Highlight the importance of teamwork, responsibility and kindness with these 36 wordless storytelling cards, designed to support 30+ games. An array of 12 character, 12 setting and 12 object cards help build literacy, sequencing and problem-solving skills. For children aged 3 to 10
This deck of 36 wordless storytelling cards features more than 30 games to build basic mathematics, storytelling and writing skills in children ages 3 - 10. The 12 character, 12 object and 12 setting cards invite children to create stories about mermaids, pirates and more.
In Cheeky Kookaburra, a young kookaburra enjoys being the comedian of his family. But when he has something important to say, no-one takes him seriously! The laughing kookaburra is the largest member of the kingfisher family. It is well known for its cry, which sounds like laughter. The cry of the blue- ...Show more
This is a treasury of Bible stories for young children. Each tale is beautifully illustrated and perfect for story time, reading aloud or for more confident readers to tackle alone.
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A lively collection of six thrilling classic stories of action and adventure in a luxurious, traditional cloth binding. Stories include Moonfleet, Around the World in 80 Days, Gulliver's Travels, Robin Hood, The Canterville Ghost and Robinson Crusoe, retold for younger readers. A brilliant gift that is ...Show more