With these ten captivating children's storybooks, children will develop a lifelong love for reading and experience the joy of storytelling. This pack is a perfect addition to any child's bookshelf, providing hours of entertainment, inspiration, and valuable life lessons that will stay with them long after the final page has been turned.
- 32 pgs each
- Age 3+ yrs
Books in Collection include:
A deceptively simple ode to happiness and self-confidence, as told through the voice of a lovable dog named Barkley.
This is the story of a small dog named Barkley who is having a bit of an identity crisis. Barkley belongs to a little boy named Max, who is part of a large community of people with all different kinds of dogs, each with a very distinct characteristic. Except for Barkley. So, what kind of dog is he? Just imagine his surprise when he discovers he's a LOST dog. Luckily, Max helps him realise he's more than just that: he's a best friend dog, and that makes him a happy dog, too. And you can't ask for much more than that.
A delightfully duckish picture book of farmyard disaster.
Duck can see that something is falling from the sky. He tries to warn the other farmyard animals by telling them to "Duck!" but they won’t listen …
A hilarious picture book of farmyard disaster by award-winning author Meg McKinlay and emerging illustrator Nathaniel Eckstrom.
Good Question A Tale Told Backwards
A very hungry fox in search of food stumbles into one wrong fairytale after another trying to flee some very high-profile fairytale characters, eventually giving Henny Penny the fright of her life.
Have you ever wondered why Henny Penny thought the sky was falling? Well, here’s a story that might just give you the answer. Told from Fox’s point of view this magical tale links fairy story and nursery rhyme characters in a delightful, funny and quirky way. All Fox wants is a tasty meal to fill his hungry belly. But he keeps wandering into the WRONG stories. No dinner for him – just more trouble! Will Fox ever find the RIGHT story?
Nanna's Button Tin
I love nanna's button tin. It is full of stories.
Nanna’s button tin is very special. It has buttons of all shapes and sizes and they all have a different story to tell. But today, one button in particular is needed. A button for teddy.
A beautiful story about memories and the stories that shape a family.
Noodle-eating fame is all very well, but there's no place like home.
Noodle Bear is crazy about noodles. His best friend, Fox, brings him other delicious treats when he's a no-show at her party but he's so noodle obsessed that doesn't he notice them. And when he's run out of noodles, his only thought is to go to the big city and become a contestant on the TV game show, "Noodle Knockout". Of course, he becomes a surprise star with more noodles than he can eat. But no amount of noodles and fame can fill the empty space where home and friends should be.
Ten Little Figs
A child counts down the figs on the backyard fig tree, as each one is snatched away by a different Australian animal, in this ode to Australia's natural landscape.
Ten little figs are on my tree.
I love figs and they're all for me.
Ten Little Figs is a joyful rhyming picture book about a child keeping careful watch of the figs on the fig tree in his backyard. With his dog by his side, he counts down the number of figs as they are taken by various hungry Australian animals (flying fox, finches, green ants and others) until only one fig is left. Who will get that very last fig?
The Croc and the Platypus
An Australian reimagining of Edward Lear’s nonsense poem The Owl and the Pussycat.
The croc and the platypus trundled off in a rusty old Holden ute.
They took some damper and tea in a hamper and bundled it up in the boot.
Join Croc and Platypus for an Australian outback hullabaloo!An Australian reimagining of Edward Lear’s nonsense poem The Owl and the Pussycat.
When We Go Camping
From two of New Zealand's favourites - Sally Sutton and Cat Chapman - a rollicking romp through a day on a family camping trip! Now in paperback. When we go camping, we bang in the pegs, bang in the pegs, bang in the pegs. Guy ropes are tricky; they trip up our legs! Smacketty tappetty bopp-io.
CHUGGA … CHUGGA … CHOO! CHOO! THUGGA … THUGGA … All aboard the zoo train. Better keep your eyes open – this is a crazy zoo!
A boy and his mother ride a train through the zoo, unaware that it is being overrun by naughty monkeys, who steal hats, scarfs and even cake and popcorn!
Bleep, bleep. Emergency! News just through: Crash, crash, there’s been a crash. Let’s go, crew! Nee nar nee nar. An exciting collaboration about ambulances from Sally Sutton and Brian Lovelock, bestselling and award-winning creators of Roadworks, Demolition and Construction.
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