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.
Author Leanne Caune
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.
A poignant and respectful collection of titbits of South Australian history pieced together as the author wanders the paths of the West Terrace Cemetery in Adelaide.
A pretty picturebook for ages 4-9 that highlights the special relationship between a grandfather and his grandson as they spend time together building not one, but two sandcastles that are “magnificent.”
The orchestra is scattered all over the world on holidays! The Maestro and his assistant, a yellow bird, must take clues from the musician’s post cards in order to find them in the picture puzzles in time for the concert.
Caroline and Hunter celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary in Mexico, leaving their kids in the hotel room. Between their half hour checkins however, one of them goes missing.
A new nanny insinuates herself into every element of a family’s life, providing loving care whilst playing psychologically damaging and abusive games with the children and then with the mother.
NYPD robbery detective Miles Keller thinks he’s found a good strategy: rip off rich New York criminals and then retire early, before word’s out about his true identity, but someone wants revenge.
An easy to read and informative look at the history and architecture of churches and cathedrals around the world.
The suburban life of a family struggling to maintain appearances while the father becomes a recluse in his own town due to the onset of Bell’s Palsy and its refusal to go away.
Three comedic short adventures for boys 8-13 years oId, particularly good for reluctant readers and those with a taste for comic or cartoon-styled illustrations.
A fascinating insight into perspective, and how we represent and view history through art, propaganda, culture, photography and science.
Colourful and stylised illustrations combine with clear, push-button vocals to teach kids 3 and over to say, “I Love You”, in Spanish, English, Mandarin, French and Japanese.
Denzel, a young man who can see ghosts, is courted by a secret ghost hunting organisation for his skills after being attacked by paranormal beings.
As several characters reveal events to Mr Jones, an intricate mind-game unfolds which includes legal proceedings, country gossip & extraterrestrial occurrences.
A high powered corporate coach finds herself working on an isolated island with the abrupt, self–opinionated CEO of an esteemed Scottish whiskey company.