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The women and children of a family group gather to welcome a new baby to Country. The Aunties explain the steps of the traditional smoking ceremony (smoke on the baby’s …

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Antarctica is so much more than your average counting book. Each number (from one to ten) features Antarctica’s creatures in a double page spread accompanied by lyrical prose – gorgeous …

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Mark Greenwood is skilled at bringing historical events to life for young readers. In The Book of Stone we are reminded that even a stone has a story to tell: …

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Ollie and Augustus, the first picture book Gabriel Evans has both written and illustrated, is a whimsical homage to dogs and the power of friendship. Despite their obvious differences – ‘Ollie …

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Meet Beatrice Jones. She moves through her days at top speed and in bare feet – shoes just get in the way. Playful illustrations show a confident Bea playing tag, …

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Mark Greenwood is an expert at turning historical events into exciting stories, thus making them accessible to young readers.  Moonwalkers distils the essence of the 1969 Apollo 11 mission and …

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Violet’s mind buzzes with ideas and curiosity. A conversation with her older sister sparks Violet’s interest in the concept of ‘nothing’. Is nothing real? Where can she find nothing? And …

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