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.
Indigo, The Rainbow Pixie, takes children on an adventure of self-discovery through a magical garden full of affirmations. This empowering story will teach children how to use positive words and thoughts to help create wonderful experiences so they can realise their full potential and be a source of their own happiness. Full of vibrant imagery The Affirmation Garden is children’s a book with over 100 affirmations. There are hidden affirmations featured throughout as well as pages full of practical hints and activities for parents and teachers to help educate children... More info
Hugless Douglas will warm your heart: this is an adorable picture book about a bear called Douglas. He's a big bear with an even bigger heart and wants to share his love. When he wakes up one day needing a hug (we all have days like that) he sets about finding the right person for the job and yet no one quite fits the bill. I am reminded of the wonderful similarity to Goldilocks and the Three Bears and indeed, many nursery rhymes and fairy tales in which... More info
Describing the emotion of anxiety, as it is experienced by young children, this book attempts to offer various solutions. It is part of a series to help children deal with emotions they experience in their everyday lives. Also includes notes for teachers and parents. More info