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Pippa's Pets - Pearson Publishing
A picture book series for young readers about animal loving Pippa and the pets she rescues.
My Cat series - Pearson Publishing
A fun picture book series for young readers about cats and their habits.
Non - fiction picture books - Pearson Publishing
Make a Finger Puppet, I LIke to Play, Butterflies and Who Am I? - Fun colourful non-fiction picture books to develop reading skills and general knowledge.
Picture Book - EK Books - Reena's Rainbow
Reena is deaf and dog is homeless, but together they find a way to belong in the world of the hearing children and bring their new friends into their world.
Reena's Rainbow - AUSLAN BOOK
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Tom's Dare and Harry's Goldfield Adventures - Pearson Publishing
Historical fact is woven into fictional accounts of what life was like for children on the Australian goldfields in the 1800s.
Hope for Hanna - Pearson Publishing
Life is hard for Hanna growing up in Uganda where her mother is sick, food is scarce and the rebel army is stealing children from her village. Will she be able to stay safe, go to school and follow her dream to become a doctor?
Ed's Extreme Adventures - Pearson Publishing
Plenty of action and real life adventures in these non-fiction books narrated by Extreme Ed.
A Duel of Words - Pearson Publishing
Follows the debate between Banjo Paterson and Henry Lawson in 1892 as they sought to define an Australian identity.
K9 Heroes - True Tales of Real Rescues
Inspired by four true stories from around the world of dogs who have saved people's lives. Published by Scholastic Australia.
Letters to Leonardo - Walker Books
On his fifteenth birthday, Matt Hudson gets a letter from the mother he thought was dead. How can someone who died ten years ago send you a card?
To cope with the turmoil in his head and because he feels he can't trust anyone living, Matt writes letters to his dead idol, Leonardo da Vinci.
In his search for the truth, Matt finds out that sometimes the truth can be worse than not knowing.
Letters to Leonardo covers themes of mental health, family, friendship and deception.
Letters to Leonardo was first published by Walker Books in 2009 and was republished by US company, Mazo Publishing in 2019.