Ben's Flying Flowers follows Emily as she tries to overcome her grief following her brother's death. As time passes, Emily finds a way to remember her brother and grows to understand that although Ben has died, her happy memories of him can continue to live on.
Hardback (Picture book) Age range 4 + Sheep aren’t exactly renowned for their organisation skills, so when 71 sheep arrange a game of soccer, things are always going to get interesting. When their ball gets stuck in a tree, how will all the sheep cooperate to retrieve it? And when an unexpected danger presents itself, how will the sheep organise themselves to stay safe….and finish their game of soccer? 71 Sheep try soccer is a quirky and humorous book, showing young readers how unexpected challenges can be triumphed by imagination and... More info
A Yamatji woman, Robyn Templeton is a Western Australian artist who with her daughter, Sarah Jackson, co-wrote and illustrated Tell Me Why a true story about Sarah's search for identity and desire to understand her Aboriginality. Tell Me Why is a picture book that encourages children to ask questions about their heritage and respect different cultures. This is Sarah Jackson’s story, but it is also the story of so many others dealing with society’s preconceived ideas about Aboriginality and using skin colour to determine identity *Author Bio:* *Robyn Templeton* (A Yamatji... More info
With a simple, witty story and free-spirited illustrations, Peter H. Reynolds entices even the stubbornly uncreative among us to make a mark - and follow where it takes us. Her teacher smiled. "Just make a mark and see where it takes you." Art class is over, but Vashti is sitting glued to her chair in front of a blank piece of paper. The words of her teacher are a gentle invitation to express herself. But Vashti can’t draw - she’s no artist. To prove her point, Vashti jabs at... More info