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Truth Bomb: Inspiration from the mouths and minds of female artists by Abigail Crompton
If anyone can teach us how to pursue the life and work of an artist, it is the artists in Truth Bomb. This compilation of pioneering and established women artists from around the world will motivate and empower you, challenge you to find solace in the shared human experiences of birth, death, love, ange ...Show more
The Big Book of Blooms by Yuval Zommer; Elisa Biondi; Scott Taylor; Barbara Taylor
In The Big Book of Blooms, the next installment in the wildly successful Big Book series, Yuval Zommer's charming illustrations bring to life some of the most colorful, flamboyant, and unusual flowers from across the globe. In the opening pages, readers will learn all about botany, including how to rec ...Show more
The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Dangerous Animals by Sami Bayly
Dangerous animals get a bad rap, but this beautifully illustrated encyclopaedia helps us appreciate the incredible features of some of our more hair-raising animal species. With more than sixty of the most deadly and dangerous animals from across the world to explore, every page of this beautifully illu ...Show more
The Bushfire Book: How to Be Aware and Prepare by Polly Marsden; Chris Nixon (Illustrator)
An accessible and reassuring picture book that teaches children what they need to know about bushfires so they can understand what's happening and be smart and prepared, not scared. Australia is a big country with all sorts of weather. And sometimes extreme weather like bushfires. Bushfires can make a r ...Show more
Eddie Woo's Magical Maths 2 by Eddie Woo
A bumper book of maths fun stuffed with things to draw, puzzle, invent, order, unscramble, code, decode for kids aged 7+ years from Australia's best known maths man. There's magic in maths - if you know where to look...
Egg and Spoon: An Illustrated Cookbook by Alexandra Tylee
Egg and Spoon is a beautiful illustrated cookbook for children—and adults—that celebrates imagination, confidence and the fun of cooking. A scrumptious collection for anyone who loves good healthy food— and an occasional indulgence. Here are after-school snacks, breakfast on a stick, cakes, slices and ...Show more
The Extraordinary Life of Freddie Mercury by Michael Lee Richardson
The story of a man whose music changed the world. Farrokh Bulsara was a young boy who loved music and was known for being quiet and kind, even when people made fun of his unusual teeth. Farrokh grew up to be Freddie Mercury, an incredible musician who could command audiences with his charisma and tale ...Show more
Puffin Little Explorer: The Ocean by Penguin Random House Australia
Just because we're little doesn't mean we can't learn BIG facts. Have you ever wondered what lives under the waves? If you're a Little Explorer who is curious about the ocean, you're about to go on an EXCITING UNDERWATER ADVENTURE with Puffin Little!
Wonder Woman: The Way of the Amazons by J. E. Bright
Explore the mysteries of Wonder Woman's ancient homeland and follow her journey into the modern world with this engaging interactive history of the Amazons. Herewith lie the secrets of Themyscira, the home of the Amazon Warriors and their princess, Diana. When Wonder Woman left paradise to journ ...Show more
Puffin Little Historian: The Anzacs by Penguin Random House Australia
Just because we're LITTLE doesn't mean we can't learn BIG facts. Have you ever wondered how the ANZACs got their name? If you're a Little Historian who wants to learn about the ANZACs, you're about to MARCH INTO THE PAST with Puffin Little!
Lift-The-Flap Questions and Answers about Recycling and Rubbish by Katie Daynes
A fabulous overview of what happens to our waste, from stinking problems and hi-tech sorting systems to the importance of producing less rubbish in the first place. Includes top tips on how we can reduce and re-use. Humorous artwork by award-winning illustrator Peter Donnelly. The Q&A format gives ...Show more