The alphabet comes to zooming, vrooming life with vehicles for every letter, A to Z! A big, boxy bus drives up for letter B, a kayak floats by for letter K, and a rocket blasts off for letter R. A fun and thrilling range of planes, trains, automobiles, and more take readers on a ride through this charming early-learning book.
A classic rhyming story for every fan of things that go!
Recommended for ages 3+.$19.99
In this innovative new activity board book, children can assemble their very own farmyard decorations.
Featuring 20 unique and colourful designs, the press-out pieces can be simply slotted together to create bright and cheerful decorations, ideal for hanging on display. After putting together the decorations, children can sing the farmyard songs and make some crafts, including making animal masks and growing radishes.
Recommended for ages 3+.$12.99
Believing wholeheartedly that children preferred food to fairies, Norman Lindsay concocted a recipe for success that has lingered for one hundred years. Here are the adventures of Sam Sawnoff, Barnacle Bill and Albert, the cut-and-come again pudding, who requires 'politeness and constanteatin'.
This beautifully designed edition of a perennial favourite also includes a section, 'From the Publisher's Archives' that contains a fascinating collection of correspondence between Norman Lindsay and his publisher.
In print since 1918, this handsome slipcase edition is the perfect gift and is sure to whet the appetite of all 'puddin' fanciers'. Recommended for ages 8+.$49.99
One is for me. I'm one of a kind.
I'm separate from you and
I know my own mind.
Have fun learning how to count with Ruby Red Shoes – everyone's favourite hare!
Recommended for ages 3+.$14.99
Digby’s street is soon going to look different – old houses are going to be demolished and new apartments will be built. Digby loves Main Street but he isn’t sure he wants it to change. With plans of his own and Claude, his new friend, Digby explores what it really means to belong.
Together, Claude and Digby create their own world – a hideout where they can think and play. Day by day, as their cubby house grows, so too does their friendship. As the boys build and make their hideaway, they realise that the best places of all are places where you belong.
From award-winning author Emma Allen and talented illustrator Hannah Sommerville comes a thought-provoking story about building and creating a sense of home in an environment of change.
Recommended for ages 7+.$24.99
Let’s take a walk down High Street and discover the variety of jobs that grown-ups do. We will pop into each building to see what they wear, what tools they use and what they make and do.
What will I do when I Grow Up? uses detailed and elegant water colour artwork that invites children to discover the diversity of occupations including teachers, chefs, builders and scientists.
Recommended for ages 3+.$26.99