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  • Bedtime sorted

    By Jimmy Rees 

    Who said bedtime was hard? Dad's got bedtime sorted! Lenny and the twins have a bath without water spilling over, brush their teeth without toothpaste spraying onto the mirror, and go to sleep straight after their story. Perfect! Dad can finally settle down to his dinner. But then -- My pyjamas don't match! I'm too cold! I'm too hot! The window is making funny noises! I'm not tired!

    Bedtime sorted


  • Eyes that kiss in the corners

    By Joanna Ho

    This lyrical, stunning picture book tells a story about learning to love and celebrate your Asian-shaped eyes, in the spirit of Hair Love by Matthew A. Cherry, and is a celebration of diversity. A young Asian girl notices that her eyes look different from her peers'. They have big, round eyes and long lashes. She realizes that her eyes are like her mother’s, her grandmother's, and her little sister's. They have eyes that kiss in the corners and glow like warm tea, crinkle into crescent moons, and are filled with stories of the past and hope for the future. Drawing from the strength of these powerful women in her life, she recognizes her own beauty and discovers a path to self-love and empowerment.

    Eyes that kiss in the corners 

     

     

  • Line and Scribble

    By Debora Vogrig

    Line goes straight on her way, while Scribble wanders and zigzags, but they are still best friends, and can work together with their individual perspectives to make art. Line and Scribble is a picture book that celebrates imagination and friendship through simple shapes.

    Line and Scribble 

  • Blue Flower

    By Sonya Hartnett

    Not all cats are tabby. Not all trees are tall. Not all clouds are white and not all flowers are yellow. A beautiful and inspiring story, from award-winning writer Sonya Hartnett, about the discovery that being different can be something wonderful.

    Blue Flower


  • The cat and the rat and the hat

    By Em Lynas 

    Cat is sitting on his favourite mat, when who should come along but Rat with a very nice hat? Cat wants Rat's hat and will stop at nothing to get it. But when Bat arrives wearing a fancy cravat, well, what could be better than that? Chaos ensues as both Cat and Rat decide they must have Bat's fancy cravat for themselves!

    The cat and the rat and the hat

  • Where are you Magoo?

    By Briony Stewart 

    A delightful story about everyone's favourite dogoo, Magoo. With a ton of instant appeal and perfect energy for the pre-school age group, this delightful book has kid-friendly rounded corners and is a joyous rhyming romp of a book for very young children. A companion book to the acclaimed We Love You, Magoo, this story has an interactive seek-and-find element and children will love seeing where Magoo has gone and what he has been up to.

    Where are you Magoo?