I love your quiet stories,
songs sung loud in the rain.
No one can hug like you, Mum
or makes me feel the same.Brave mums, playful mums, cuddly mums, quiet mums - every mum is special in her own way. Charming, heartfelt and delightful, There's Only One Mum Like You is a tribute to the unique magic of mums.
Reggie Round has always been afraid of the house next door. He’s sure wild beasts live in the garden – especially when he hears his parents talking about their neighbour’s aga panthers. What kind of feral beasts could they be? Will they invade Reggie’s yard? And is Reggie brave enough to find out?
A captivating story about broadening your horizons – and letting your imagination run wild.
About the Illustrator
Martina grew up in a small fishing village on the Baltic Sea in Germany. Here you could find her mostly galloping through the forests with flying piggy tails on her Shetland pony, drawing or reading. These days she is an illustrator and lives in Australia.
With a passion for colour and textures Martina creates happy images to evoke emotion and thought in young minds.Her works are inspired by nature, people, places, and the moving and silly things she sees out there... magic is everywhere!
Jane grew up in Melbourne in the late 60's and early 70's, and was influenced by the social and political changes of that time - including the peace movement, feminism and the environment movement.
About the Author
In the late 70's, Jane moved to the coast with her partner to live a different life away from the big city and to step more lightly on the planet. They hand-built their house over a year and moved in on a weekend in February 1983, only to lose the house and all their possessions 3 days later in the Ash Wednesday bushfires. This was a defining moment for Jane - she learnt what was important in life and that you could lose all your possessions, even your dream home, and still have everything.
Over the last 40 years, Jane has had a keen interest in community activism against inappropriate development and the destruction of the natural environment. She has a passion for gardening and enjoys long walks with her dog most days.
Jane has one son who was born not long after the fire, two granddaughters, and has been working in publishing for the past 20 years.
Endangered Animals Bingo Learn About 64 Threatened Species That Need Our Help
Follows success of Bird, Bug, Dog, Cat and Ocean Bingo
FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY - everyone will love this traditional game featuring 64 of the world's best loved at-risk creatures to learn about and get inspired to save;
PLAY AND LEARN - this board game comes with a leaflet with interesting information and quirky facts for all the endangered animals featured in the game. Learn about the okapi, the whale shark and the southern sea otter and be inspired to take action.
GREAT GIFT - perfect for animal or conservation lovers of all ages, for families who love playing games, and for families who enjoy spending quality time together;
SOMETHING TO TREASURE - this is a quality product made to last, with beautiful illustrations and attractive packaging;
EXPLORE THE ENTIRE SERIES - this game is part of the bestselling bingo series, a collection of games for nature lovers and enthusiastic board gamers. Other games in the series include Bug Bingo, Cat Bingo, Dog Bingo, Monkey Bingo, Ocean Bingo and Royal Bingo.
By Susanne Gervay, illustrated by Anna Pignataro
On the wings of a mystical white elephant, two children embark on an extraordinary journey to discover pathways to peace and the humanity in all of us.
Windows is an uplifting story of how humanity has pulled together during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Written from Patrick's own experience of having to leave the family home due to his son's Duchenne muscular dystrophy, Windows shows how five kids from different parts of the world connect and draw strength from their communities, all from behind the safety of their own windows.
Heartwarming, hopeful and surprisingly funny, Windows will resonate with families all over the world and become a valuable time capsule of what life was like in 2020.
We’re waiting for our baby.
Wait, wait, wait.
‘When will the baby come, Mum?’
A delightful story that perfectly captures the excitement of waiting for the arrival of a new baby.
By Libby Gleeson and Jedda Robaard