This story was told by Agnes Lippo from the Aboriginal community of Belyuen in the Northern Territory, where people from the Larrakia and Waigite language groups live. The illustrations in this book are adapted from paintings of the story done by the children at Belyuen School. Bill Turner, Head Teacher at Belyuen School in 1987, said The Kangaroo and the Porpoise is one of the many stories from the very small Aboriginal community of Belyuen. We hope publishing these stories will enable us to buy materials for the school. We want to continue to document the culture of the people at Belyuen.'
Everybody experiences all sorts or emotions at different times and in different situations. Emotions in Motion encourages children to identify their own emotions and to be able to express and understand them. This is a book for every parent, grandparent, teacher or support person who wants to nurture a child in their life. It is one of three thoughtful, entertaining and beautifully illustrated books that sensitively help development of ‘emotional literacy’ in young children. Age 5+ *Rose Stanley *worked as a Student Support Specialist in a state primary school for six... More info
*Follow the adventures of the loveable dinosaur, Rex, and his friends, Dachy, Steggie and Emmy.* Steggie has a stammer and sometimes it takes her a bit longer than others to get her words out. Her friends are in a hurry to play a game and rush off without listening to her warning into the Deep, Dark and Scary Forest. Before long, the friends get into trouble and it's up to Steggie to rescue them. But will they listen to her advice. *Other Books by Jack Hughes:* Rex's Specs Emmy's Eczema Dachy's... More info
ANTs (Automatic Negative Thoughts) are annoying creatures that trouble everyone! Sally-Anne refers to the analogy of the ANTs – everyone gets them, they are hard to get rid of, and we often don’t notice them until there is a huge pile of black pests hiding all of the good things (thoughts) underneath them. The pages of *Living with ANTs* illustrate the analogy by comparing the actions of ‘ants in your home’ on the left hand page with the ‘ANTs in your head’ on the opposing page. Living with ANT’s... More info