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Meet Taj at the Lighthouse (Aussie Kids) by Maxine Beneba Clarke; Nicki Greenberg (Illustrator)
Hi! I'm Taj. This is my favourite T-shirt. I brought it to Australia from my old home. My family came here after a long journey. It was hard at first, but now I love my new home!
The Tindims of Rubbish Island by Sally Gardner
'What is rubbish today is treasure tomorrow.' A new series that empowers young readers to get creative with their rubbish and save the planet. Join Captain Spoons, Mug, Jug, Brew, Skittle and friends on Rubbish Island: wander through its warren of underwater rooms, including a toothbrush library and a ...Show more
The Best Day Ever (#25 Billie B Brown) by Sally Rippin
Billie is so excited for the school bazaar! There’s only one problem: her friends want to go on the Super-Dooper Snake ride, and Billie isn’t sure she’s brave enough … Celebrating 10 Years of Billie B Brown in 2020!
On TV (#2 Marshmallow Pie the Cat Superstar) by Clara Vulliamy
The second book in the Marshmallow Pie the Cat Superstar series by Clara Vulliamy, the author-illustrator of Dotty Detective. Perfect for fans of Toto the Ninja Cat or The Secret Life of Pets. Told in the hilarious voice of Marshmallow Pie himself, his antics are illustrated throughout in black and whit ...Show more
The Deep End (#17 Billie B Brown) by Sally Rippin
Billie�s class used to swim in the little pool. But this year they�re moving to the big one. Will Billie be too scared to swim in the deep end? No more than 50 words on each page. Word art or illustration on every second page to provide reading breaks.
No Adults Allowed (Super Sidekicks #1) by Gavin Aung Than
I'm Junior Justice, but you can call me JJ, and I think it's time we made our own team. The Super Sidekicks! Are you with me? Being a superhero sidekick isn't as fun as you think. You do all the work, beat the bad guys and save the planet, only for your grown-up partner to get all the credit. Junior J ...Show more
Lorax [50th Anniversary Ed] by Dr Seuss
Category: Early Readers
“Mister! He said with a sawdusty sneeze, I am the Lorax. I speak for the trees.” The Lorax is a timeless classic that has been using humour and rhyme to raise awareness of the destruction of the environment for more than fifty years. Join the long-suffering crusader and help save the planet with this ve ...Show more
Mary Has the Best Pet (#1 School of Monsters) by Sally Rippin
You shouldn't bring a pet to school. But Mary's pet is super cool! You're not supposed to bring your pet to the School of Monsters if you haven't fed them yet. But Mary LOVES her little pet! Surely it will be OK to sneak him inside her hat just for the morning... Welcome to the School of Monsters: the f ...Show more
Pete's Big Feet (#4 School of Monsters) by Sally Rippin
Today it's sports day in the sun. But do you think that Pete can run? Ever since Pete tripped over his long legs and enormous feet, he refuses to run races with the other monsters. But what happens when Jamie Lee gets stuck in the mud down the well? It will take a special someone to help rescue her! We ...Show more
The Pupstars (#3 Puppy Diary) by Yvette Poshoglian
Hi! I'm Archie! I'm a Schnoodle puppy and I love writing about my PAWSOME adventures in my puppy diary! Archie and his friends can't believe it. The world's most famous pup is coming to doggy daycare! But what happens when there's a disaster on set? Will Archie and his pals get the chance to be PUPSTARS ...Show more
Deb and Dot and the Mix-Up Plot (#3 School of Monsters) by Sally Rippin
Some kids are good and some are not... Some look the same, like Deb and Dot! Deb and Dot are twins and complete opposites. Deb is friendly and everyone likes her - but Dot doesn't quite know how to play nicely with the other monsters! Can Teacher Ted help the twins out with a plan? Welcome to the Sc ...Show more