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Why it is important to read to your baby

Amongst the constant rounds of baby related chores it is too easy to get to the end of the day and realise you missed out on reading to your baby. It is pretty important that you somehow find the time: the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child lists access to children’s books […]

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Five tips for living with a early morning waker

Five tips for living with a early morning waker

Baby is calling out to get up but the clock reads an ungodly time starting with a five, or worse, a four. You have entered the world of an early morning waker. To help you deal with the shock of your day starting in these hushed hours, while everyone else is fast asleep now the […]

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The Grug collection

Grug celebrates his 30th birthday this year and there is no better way to celebrate than to read your child, or have them read one of the Australian picture book classics. Grug is a fictional character that is the star of a book series written by Ted Prior. (more…)

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Possum Magic

It is important children learn about Australian culture and the land they live in. Knowing what animals and foods are distinctly Australian is important, and children’s author Mem Fox knew exactly that. (more…)

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Little Golden Books

Little Golden Books have remained at the top of the children’s book list. Although they have changed over time, many classic Golden Books are still in bookstores today and remain highly valued books. (more…)

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The Cat in the Hat

If your child is just starting to read or likes looking at pictures in picture books, then Doctor. Seuss is the author for your child. (more…)

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Picture Books

Before your child can read words, they will learn to recognise pictures. Picture books combine both visual and verbal narratives that allow your child to use their imagination. (more…)

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