""I feel so safe when I'm with you,"" Sebastian the little turtle tells his father. ""Yes,"" said his father. ""That's what a father does--""he keeps you safe."" Father relates some of the many things different fathers do for their children--""chirping encouragement as they learn to ... read more
Love was Hiding is a celebration of the love a mother has for her child. Told from a child's perspective is shows a mother's small acts of love right throughout the day. AUTHOR: Jennifer Loakes is a Brisbane-based children's author and psychologist. Love was Hiding is her second book... read more
A hoppy Mother's Day tale! When Davy's mom gets upset with him for being late for diner, he's determined to make things right with the perfect Mother's Day gift. But when Davy decides that the best gift of all would be five well-behaved bunnies, he has his work is cut out for him. ... read more
Since Grandpa's illness and death, his family have left his boat, The Periwinkle, untouched and unused. But one day they decide to repair the boat in memory of Grandpa, and find that it is better to remember than to forget.
Grandparents are the reassuring heroes in this sweet story about a boy and girl who go on an overnight visit at their grandmother and grandfather's farm. As every child knows, grandparents are special. Why? Because they love their grandchildren in their own unique way... read more
|Author:||Wayne W. Dyer|
Dr Wayne W. Dyer has taken then 10 concepts from his book for adults "10 Secrets for Success & Inner Peace" and interpreted them for children, creating "Incredible You"! Wayne believes that it's never too early for children to know that ... read more
Babies don't walk, they ride. Babies don't run, they glide. Little ones will love spotting themselves in this book full of babies - being carried around, thrown up in the air, riding in prams and whizzing around the supermarket in trolleys.
My dad says, "I've told you fifty million times, don't exaggerate." Dad is back by popular demand with more hilarious material. And yes, My dad STILL thinks he's funny. Short-listed for the Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards 2014, 5 to 8 Years Category.
Dad doesn't always get the small things right! But then it's not always the small things that matter. When it comes to the big things ...well, Dad has his own brand of superpowers to call on. AUTHOR: Writer Danny Parker grew up in a small English town and moved to Australia in... read more
This one-of-a-kind picture book provides a beautifully simple introduction to the concept of family ancestry. It uses two stories in one to explore a small boy's family tree: the boy tells the family story of his father's side starting from the front of the book, and that of his m... read more
In "Unstoppable Me"! Dr. Dyer teaches children how to hold on to the no-limit thinking he believes they were born with, rather than just trying to 'fit in'. In doing so, they can learn to truly enjoy life and become unstoppable as they strive to attain the... read more