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
Robyn Templeton (A Yamatji woman) is a Western Australian artist; she has worked as Indigenous Education Officer at the Art Gallery of Western Australia.
Winston Wallaby, like most Wallabies, loves to bounce. However, Winston can't seem to ever sit still and when he starts school he needs help to concentrate... Luckily his teacher Mrs Calm shows Winston how to settle down and focus his mind in class, and he learns new ways to help him with touch, feel, attention and awareness. This fun, illustrated storybook will help children aged 5-10 with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) recognise their sensory needs and develop tools to... More info
The Negatees is, to put it bluntly, a sooky la-la! He whines about everything, and is never happy with what he’s got. He needs to change his ways and fast, or else his life will be one miserable soap opera! Luckily, a little purple guy pops along who sets a brilliant example for The Negatees to follow. The question is will he follow it? (The answers yes, he will ... just in case you were wondering). This great book teaches kids in a fun way to always... More info
The Big Hug books grew out of letters sent to children and their families after their psychology sessions. Each book has its origins in a real need for a real child with a real problem and offers real strategies from a real psychologist. The heart-felt illustrations and simple words aim to simplify tricky situations and soothe strong emotions. The books aim to give children, and the people who care for them, a way to talk about problems. Friendship is Like a Seesaw explores the ups and downs that occur... More info