This is a very amusing story for ages 6 and above based on how small children often twist words that they have misheard.
Author Leanne Caune
A most unusual kitchen reference book that provides a baseline for kitchen experimentation; a methodical way to be more intuitive in creating a range of foods rather than having to search out and follow recipes, step by step.
When Dr Voth comes across an old manuscript from 1724, he becomes obsessed with the life of a 12-year-old orphan girl who was sold into servitude and grew to become one of history’s most notorious and wanted transexual thieves.
This is the classic JM Barrie tale of the boy that didn’t grow up, retold in rhyme and illustrated with life-like characters and settings in a classic, old world storybook fashion.
A book positioned beautifully to engage young people with language so that they see how powerful literature can be created out of everyday life, deeply and sensitively observed.
Morris the Mole has a habit of digging haphazardly and unwitting surfacing in all kinds of inopportune settings, causing chaos for the other creatures above ground. Then, one day, it seems as if a barrier has been built to stop him from surfacing. What is he to do?
A simple but delightful picture book for ages 2 – 6, exploring the joy small children have hunting and jumping in puddles and experimenting with language.
A beguiling picture book with beautiful illustrations about Maud, an unconfident member of a clan of dragons who, by their magic, help the world transition from day into night.
A celebration of children everywhere! Explore and discover the cultures and activities of children around the world, from playtime to manners, language, food, family, school and animals.
In the 1700s, Justy Flanagan returns to Manhattan, New York with new evidence in hand to seek the truth of his father’s death, believing his supposed suicide was actually murder.
An Australian couple in their early thirties purchase an old yellow house in the picturesque village of Cordes-sur-Ciel in South-West France and become friends with a couple of ex–pat Brits in this tale of sadness, secrets, hopes and Karma.
An investigative reporter creates a ‘live’ documentary, revealing what she finds as she finds it when she attempts to uncover the truth of a 10-year old murder.
This children’s educational book is one of fascinating facts, telling of the influence of certain colours, pigments and dyes in the history of the world.
The cover and photos in this book are extremely enticing. The recipes are based on…
Ten years ago, six Oxford University friends spend a summer vacation together but it ended in tragedy when the girl next door disappeared. Now her body has been found.
An empowering children’s book that highlights all the special things that mothers do and shows young girls that they are capable of many things just by being everyday people.
A tale told in rhyme of a child who was always compliant and subdued who woke up one morning feeling prickly and confused. He tries to get along with his life but by saying, “No” instead of, “Yes” all the time.
Pirates, monsters, missing friends and tales of the high seas continue the complicated and bizarre life of Arthur Penhaligon when a hospital room fills with water, turning into the menacing Border Sea complete with sailing ships…
Arthur Penhaligon thinks that he has escaped the perils of the other realm and the House, but a call from Dame Primus sends him back to save his family and his world as the villainous Grim Tuesday finds a way to take control of the Lower house.
In his first days at a new school, Arthur Penhaligon is given a magical clock hand, setting him on a surreal adventure and bringing the appearance of the villainous Mister Monday and his henchmen.