Aug 302011
 

Moo!

Matthew Van Fleet

EAN:978-0857073181
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Childrens Books
Published in: United Kingdom
Published: September 2011

Discover all the fun of the farm with this great new novelty book from Matthew Van Fleet. Following in the same photographic style as bestselling titles, Cat and Dog, this title will include pull-tabs, gatefolds and touch-and-feel elements.

Best price for Australians

or you can buy from

Aug 042011
 

Let’s Go, Baby-o!

Janet McLean

EAN:978-1742375649
Format: Hardback
Published by: Allen and Unwin
Published: 1 March 2012

Let’s Go, Baby-o! You and me! To the up, to the down and the turn around, to the wibble and the wobble, and the flip, flop hop. Then twist, twirl, whirrrl…When sleep-time is over, a little boy and his friend play action games, but in between they stop to look out the window. What do they see? Grandparents are digging in the garden, children are building a cubby house, the cat has her eye on the baby birds and the dogs have their eyes on the cat! Let’s Go, Baby-o! is a fun-filled story for parents, grandparents, teachers and childcare educators to share with babies and young children. This book shows that learning language and playing games go together and will encourage the conversations between children and adults that are so important for children’s development.

not available from

Apr 282011
 

The Going to Bed Book
(Board book)

By Sandra Boynton

And for a little one who is reluctant to go to bed, sometimes a silly book is just the ticket. And when it comes to silly books, Sandra Boynton is the undisputed queen. In The Going to Bed Book, an ark full of animals watches the sun go down and then prepares for bed.

Go to http://bit.ly/kMErxi for more about the book and to watch the trailer.

Jan 092011
 

Tickle Monster

Josie Bissett

EAN:978-1932319675
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Compendium Publishing & Communications
Published in:
Published: September 2008

Share the treasured gift of laughter with your child and you ll create memories that will last a lifetime. This book is well on its way to becoming a celebrated children s classic. It makes a wonderful gift for parents, grandparents and children for almost any occasion baby showers, birthdays, Mother s Day or Father s Day. The best sound in the world is the glorious sound of your children laughing, says author Josie Bissett. Children love playfulness. They love silliness and they LOVE being tickled. Laughing together creates a bond between you and your children like no other. There is no greater gift than the gift of shared laughter and memories. A loveable monster with big puffy mitts has just flown in from Planet Tickle. His mission is to bring joy and laughter to Planet Earth. How? By tickling any child who happens to follow along in this book. Parents read aloud and do the tickling, while their children squirm and giggle with delight.

The RRP for this book is $23.95. You can buy it from Amazon for $11.53

Jan 022011
 

Baby Wombat’s Week

by Jackie French

He sleeps. He eats. He gets bored.

He creates havoc wherever he goes!

He?s Mothball?s baby – and he?s even cuter, naughtier and more determined than his mum.

Created by writer Jackie French and illustrator Bruce Whatley, Baby Wombat?s Week is an irresistible new picture book by the award-winning duo of the international bestseller Diary of a Wombat.

The very long awaited follow up to Diary of a Wombat – the illustrations are as beautiful as ever and the simple story will be adored by young children. Best of all, Mothball herself features in the story. Adults with an appreciation of Australian wildlife and children’s literature will cherish these books as well. Weaver has the obstinate behaviour of wombats down pat but her affection for the animals is very obvious.

Teachers Notes => bit.ly/er2ur5

Buy the book => http://bit.ly/gLXAkj target=”_blank”

Dec 052010
 

www.deanjones.com.au Australian illustrator brings us his new children’s book “All Through The Night” which takes us on a magical journey of awe and wonder through the dreamland of a young boy and his favourite toy train on their way to the morning.

THE BOOK:

All Through the Night
by Dean Jones

Darkness is falling, and weary children everywhere are snuggling under their sheets. A small boy lays his head against his pillow and wakes to find himself rocking and rolling along through the night, onwards towards the morning. Soar with him beneath the stars in a magical journey on the midnight express.

Read more here => http://bit.ly/ecTAVO

Nov 282010
 

How do you wokka wokkaHow Do You Wokka-Wokka?

by Elizabeth Bluemle

Say “HEY!” to your neighbors and get your dance on! Jazzy rhythms, silly rhymes, and welcoming images are guaranteed to entice little readers.

Some days you wake up and you just gotta wokka. Wokka what? Wokka-wokka!

Get more information here (and the book)

If you are buying, you can buy direct from me, or find more information and compare prices at Amazon (It will probably depend on how much you pay for postage)



Oct 022010
 

In the Night Kitchen
Written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak

Sendak’s hero Mickey falls through the dark into the Night Kitchen where three fat bakers are making the morning cake. So begins an intoxicating dream fantasy, described by the artist himself as ‘a fantasy ten feet deep in reality’.

I’m not sure why it was banned, but possibly for nudity. The little boy, Mickey, is naked for part of the book, just as many little children are at that age!