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.
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Charlotte likes quiet. But wherever Charlotte goes, she is surrounded by noise, noise, noise — her yipping dog, Otto; the squeaky creaky swings; the warbling, wailing sirens. Even in the library, children yammer and yell. Where can Charlotte find a quiet place? Sara Woolley’s magnificent watercolors bring Charlotte’s city to life when Otto leads her on a wild chase through the park. There, Charlotte discovers a quiet place where she never would have imagined! Sometimes children need a break from our noisy, overstimulating world. Charlotte and the Quiet Place... More info
A unique picture book collaboration about having fun, sharing culture and the power of story and dance. A picture book to get the whole town dancing. From pizza shop to bora ground, here is a joyous celebration of food, dance and cultural understanding. When three young boys go to a pizza parlour and meet an Aboriginal chef who can speak Italian and make a deadly pizza, they're in for a surprise! All you fellas watching, come up, join in, warrima. Clap your hands, little ones. Stamp your feet, nannas. Get down... More info