The stunning Children’s Illustrated World Atlas takes young readers on the ultimate round-the-world trip.
Meet the Bush Mob, who live in the Australian outback, and find out how Willy Wagtail gets them to come together for the first time to help each other escape a bushfire.
Ruru and Kiwi invite you to their midnight forest feast, in this delightful twist on the tale of the Owl and the Pussycat.
A compelling story of the history of the Great War, told for upper primary readers. Beautifully drawn illustrations bring the characters, time and place to life.
Fauna introduces readers young and old to facts that delight, amaze and induce sheer wonder at the clever design and adaptability of our much-loved native fauna.
A factastic tour of Australia from A to Z with award-winning author and illustrator Frané Lessac.
Featuring stunning charcoal sketches, Light Horse Boy goes behind the scenes of the great Anzac legends for an intimate look at their experience of World War I.
In the Lamplight is the story of Rose, a young English girl turned nurse who cares for and falls in love with Jim, the Light Horse Boy from Australia.
A factastic tour of Australian animals, by award-winning author-illustrator Frané Lessac.
The famous story of Simpson and his donkey – a true Anzac legend.
This uplifting story of humility, courage and compassion weaves in the heroic Anzac legend of Simpson and the Donkey.
The heroic story of one man and a donkey – and the strange twist of fate that brought two boyhood friends together one last time during the Gallipoli campaign in World War I.
From a falling star to a lonely whale, an entertaining lizard to an enterprising penguin, these Indigenous stories are full of wonder, adventure and enduring friendships.
A boldly illustrated picture book that celebrates Australian birds in our backyards, this is a fun and lively read for the very young.
This stunning picture book is the perfect read-aloud with which to teach kids to count while learning about the world’s coldest continent, Antarctica.
This book is based on the true story of a small boy’s visit to meet Alec Campbell in the year 2001.