Hope is a perfect family read because anyone can action everything in the book, working together towards a better future is worth it, right.
This little series teach our smallest learners some of the BIGGEST facts about Cooking, the Solar System and Composting.
Four reviews done in haiku, something a little different and a fun way to talk about a book. I am not normally a Haiku writer, it is just for a bit of fun. Enjoy!
How wonderful it was to recently talk to the Eco Rangers, Ebony and Jay after they recently brave as they protected our environment and saved a Pelican in Peril.
This book is gripping, confronting, overwhelming, engaging and perfect for teens and young adults.
Follow Harvey on his journey with his Oragne 430 and how his experience will inspire children think about what they own, and encourage them to consider needs as opposed to getting every whatsydo or thingamajig for no apparent reason.
I have been reading Pamela Allen books for as long as I can remember, her picture books are amazing and she is a favourite author of many Australian children and adults. Her books are engaging and sometimes funny, with familiar titles such as Who Sank the Boat? The Mr McGee books, and the popular (and very funny) Belinda. The newest addition to her collection, A Bag and a Bird features familiar places to children who live in Australia or have visited Sydney.