This enchantingly illustrated A-Z book captures the range and diversity of our unique and wondrous Australian wildlife, including over 400 native animals of all types. Fully indexed, this bestselling book invites and engages kids (and kid-adults) of all ages to find, discover and learn all the animal names and compare their different types.
Waldorf Games Handbook for the Early Years - Games to Play & Sing with Children aged 3 to 7 offers a handy guide to playing games with young children.
This homeschooling handbook offers resources for parents homeschooling with their children, by a teacher turned home-educator. Anna Dusseau explores the purpose of education, how children learn, the benefits of home education, key questions and activities for homeschooling to get started.
This series has been written for young children (ages 3+) in a way that captures a child’s sense of wonder and learning, encapsulated in fun rhyme and story telling. The stories develop life skills such as friendship and social skills that children can relate to and put into practice in their everyday lives and experiences.
Told in the first person, a young lady follows echidna tracks through grass and under rocks to find a big mob of echidnas. She is helped by her mother to carry them home in a bag, where her family help her to clean and cook them. Book 11 in the Reading Tracks series.