A charming interactive tale about being brave and sharing your worries
Pssst! Monty the frog has a secret.
Promise not to tell?
He can't swim! And he's terrified of water!
What is he going to do?
Luckily, when he's persuaded to tell his parents, they are very understanding. In fact, his dad has a secret of his own...
The simple text from Anna Kang and bold illustrations from the New Yorker cartoonist Christopher Weyant tell an original and funny story about sharing your worries and facing your fears.
Danny Katz and Mitch Vane have cleverly crafted this collection of verses, stories and messages which will leave a lasting impression on young readers about some important life lessons learnt when one behaves not so nicely. *About the Author:* *Canadian-born Danny Katz* emigrated to Australia at a young age because his geologist father felt there were interesting rocks here. Danny worked as a car washer, a leather belt salesman and a musical composer before stumbling into stand-up comedy, where he made his name in the 1990s. He is a columnist... More info
This book is based on a story told by Daisy Utemorrah of the Worora people to Aboriginal children living in Derby, Western Australia. The illustrations are adapted from their paintings of her story. She said, 'I used to live with my parents in a humpy house. My Grandmother, my aunties and even my Grandpa told me stories from the Dreamtime. I kept the stories till I was old enough to tell children. We want to share our stories with all children so they learn what Aborigines used to... More info
This book points out that a diagnosis that Mom has cancer is as frightening for her children as it is for her. The story describes such a situation, helping kids understand how Mom requires special medical care on her path toward regaining health. Titles in the sensitively written Let’s Talk About It! series are available in both English and Spanish language editions. They speak to the concerns and anxieties of preschool-age and early-grades children, encouraging kids to explore their feelings and then to speak openly about things that trouble them.... More info