Animals \ pets
Young Harry is an ordinary koala who desperately wants to be EXTRAordinary. Join him on his quest to find out what makes him special.
With its stunning illustrations and intriguing heart-warming text, “MY PROMISE” provides a fascinating glimpse into the world of children at their Early Learning Centre.
Then one particularly dreadful day, his parents’ lack of care leaves Michael and his cousin Julie in mortal danger, only seconds away from death, or perhaps a fate even worse.
A fun, bright and magical way to spark your child’s imagination and learn the alphabet along the way.
ISBN 987-1-922803-72-6HARDCOVERClinton's Afternoon NapAll Clinton wants is to enjoy his afternoon nap.Little does he know, he is in for a very rude awakening...
Robert the Frog is a timeless tale about an adventurous young frog who is accidentally swept from his home by a raging river. After a long, dangerous journey he finds himself in a strange new home.
ISBN 978-1-922337-28-3PAPERBACKBook About Basics Everything and Love This book is dedicated to all life on Earth and from different galaxies. Dedicated to all less fortunate beings. All those who come to this planet, and those who love life and stars. It is dedicated...
Go on a journey inside the hive to see what has happened to the bees and why the Queen Bee has quit in this entertaining story with a meaningful message by 10 year old, Zara Matta.
Cali was a little puppy in a town East of Perth dreaming of one day finding her forever home. Eventually that day came!
How are billabongs and wetlands formed? What causes some animals to become extinct? How do introduced fish affect native fish species? By reading the story of Gus, students can create a wetlands food web.
He used to be an ordinary dad… A simple and heartfelt story that offers a space for children and their families navigating grief.
Redzel King of the Everest is a narrative of Redzel’s illustrious racing career, told from the firsthand perspective of an owner. From spelling, pre-training, jump-outs, trials, pre- and post-race reports and the Everest celebrations, you will follow along with Redzel’s journey and share the experience.
Don Mathewson was Director of Mount Stromlo and Siding Spring Observatories of the Australian National University for nine years from 1977. These are his two titles, published posthumously: “A Tale of Two Planets” and “The Adventures of Sammy the Swamphen of Lord Howe Island”.
ISBN 978-1-922337-03-0PAPERBACKOver the Rainbow Reflections of Love to Overcome Grief I hope these words of gratitude and love heal you and my loss helps you. All babies live on in our hearts and it is your choice to remember them with happiness. There is a place of...
The crisis in our relationship with our natural environment is much more than a problem of excess of CO². Climate change, collapse of ecosystems, loss of biodiversity: these many signs of decay are drastic symptoms that call for a deep transformation in the way we live together and a reassessment of our priorities.
When down-and-out Aussie horse trainer Logan Weston drove an upper cut into rival trainer Angus Masters, his whole word changed forever. He joined Baker Racing in the UK and, under their banner, swiftly becomes the most successful trainer in the world.
Abbervale, mining village, 1940s country Australia. The McCanns a local family, Grace the wise and strong wife and mother, Gordon, a mining team boss with elder son, Bruce. His brother, William, works in the mine office. Delicate daughter, Millie, dies.
ISBN 978-1-922629-81-4 PAPERBACKLonely Long-Nose Lonely Long-Nose is a beautiful grey, who lies around her kennel all day… In her dreams she has a friend, so her loneliness comes to an end. A beautiful rhyming story that takes you on the journey of Lonely Long-Nose, a...
ISBN 978-0-645156-21-8 PAPERBACK Dog Backwards Spells God This small book proposes a charming way in which we might better understand and appreciate God, thereby improving our relationship with Him. It is perhaps more than coincidence that DOG backwards spells GOD....
An African villager on the Zambian Plateau made the remark that inspired the title of this book. He was describing the impact of western medicine on a community where it was previously unknown.