Naturopath and child nutrition expert Lucinda Miller offers a series of simple positive steps to help your child build a positive relationship with food that will banish fussy eating and have huge benefits for their long-term health and well-being.
Author Leanne Caune
This is the second novel for younger readers by Jaclyn Moriarty and, due to its…
This picture book tells the tale of a group of stranded polar bears who are befriended by Lily at the beach, with an underlying message of acceptance, generosity and the way our community is made up by different cultures.
A philosophy and detailed program to change, one step at a time, to a plant-based (vegan) diet to improve your health and save the planet. OMD: One Meal a Day.
The fascinating story of steam transportation over ten vital decades of transformation in Australia’s history, featuring over 300 exciting images from the superb National Library John Buckland collection of photography, many never seen before.
A well-researched history of the downfall and persecution of the mysterious Knights Templar from 1305 to the burning at the stake of its leaders in 1314.
A reference book that explores onomatopoeia (words that sound like what they mean), exploring everything from Aargh and Eek, to Woops and Yikes and everything in between.
A young rabbit tries desperately to stave off bedtime. The clever rabbit traps the dark and gives it an identity and personality who describes the reasons for the inevitability of darkness and bedtime.
In 1590, a time when Queen Elizabeth I’s rule is on shaky ground and Catholicism is an underground practice, Nicholas Shelby, physician, becomes involved in the case of a young boy who has been murdered, mutilated and thrown into the river.
This is the story of a little girl bravely venturing into the Deep Dark Forest to retrieve her puppy, Tinky, but peril awaits at every turn of the page.
A fun, appealing book for three to six year olds who following directions, looking for a young racoon baddie who is literally tearing through the pages, stealing items, and running from the owners.
A dark fairytale that mixes old world monsters with present day horrors when a book dealer is thrown into a quest that sees him face enchanted forests, trolls, secret islands, haunted graveyards and monsters both real and magical.
A string of brutal killings and decapitations has the local police puzzled, leading armchair detective Gervase Fen to seek answers from a cast of eccentric villagers.
A simple story for ages 4 and above about body image, translated to a giraffe and a turtle who worry about the length of their necks.
A soothingly, illustrated and positive-messaged bedtime story for 4-8 year olds that talks about human connections, with themes of friendship, companionship and meaningful relationship building.
This is a very amusing story for ages 6 and above based on how small children often twist words that they have misheard.
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.