Children jump, slide, stargaze, color, and engage in other forms of play to celebrate the changing of the seasons.
Fabio the dog longs for the companionship of a feisty brother, so when the family brings home an older, sleepier sister, he is not very happy.
Introduces Noni the pony, who is friendly and funny and lives at Waratah Bay, where her best friends are Dave Dog and Coco the cat.
A child’s grandmother travels around the world, buying things in quantities that illustrate counting from one to ten.
As darkness falls parents everywhere try to get their children ready for sleep.
During a geography lesson, a child takes an imaginary journey to each of the seven seas, including the Brown Sea which is made of chocolate, and the Pink Sea which has flamingos.
Humorous illustrations depict fourteen Australian animals, introduced in rhyme, along with the numbers from one to fourteen.
As a child falls asleep, the bedtime train rolls into his room, taking him to a fantastical world of penguins, a gum machine, and a train engineer named Brad.
Simple, rhyming text urges the reader to be happy by making such choices as teasing less and tickling more, or groaning less and giggling more.
Good night sun and other stars, good night Saturn, Venus, Mars. Elsewhere in the world it’s light, it’s morning there, but here it’s night. As the sun sets from east to west, this book takes children on a magical round-the-world journey to bid good night to the world’s natural wonders, from plants and animals to mountains, oceans, and wide desert plains.