Publish date: May 2014
This is a book about me and my pet. My pet is an important part of my family – here are all the reasons why! Use the photo frame provided to display your favourite photo of you and your special pet.
Record all your pet’s antics in this beautifully illustrated record book. From your pets favourite food, to your favourite games to play together, this book is a unique record of you and your furry or feathered friend.
Jedda Robaard is a Melbourne-based illustrator and graphic designer. Jedda is the director of a successful art school for children, and continues to use her own children, chickens and guinea pigs as inspiration in her illustrations.
Other books by Jedda Robaard:
Helping Children Cope with Death Presented with beautiful illustrations this is just one way of helping children cope with the loss of a parent, sibling or friend. The book is ideal for use by parents, teachers and friends of the child who wish to be active but sensitively involved with the grief of the child. This book doesn’t pretend to have all the answers. It simply presents a way of helping children cope with death. To succeed, parents, relatives and friends need to have the courage to involve their... More info
Feeling nervous is uncomfortable but it can mean that you're about to do something really, really brave! The Feelings Series is especially designed to help children better understand their feelings and how to identify, manage and express those feelings in an appropriate and acceptable way - both to themselves and to others. These books provide an invaluable tool to help build confidence, self-esteem and contribute to a healthy emotional foundation upon which children can thrive. Each book features questions to the reader, which encourages both introspection and discussion about the... More info
Anh Do's inspirational story about his family's incredible escape from war-torn Vietnam and his childhood in Australia, told especially for children. Giant waves crashed down on our little boat. I was terrified but my mum hugged me tight and told me, 'Everything will be okay. Don't worry, it will be okay.' Anh Do nearly didn't make it to Australia. His entire family came close to losing their lives as they escaped from war-torn Vietnam in an overcrowded boat. It was a dangerous journey, with murderous pirates and terrifying storms,... More info