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By Cotter, Sacha; Illustrated by Morgan, Josh
"In this lively picture book for children aged 3-7, Dad tells his daughter imaginative stories about the keys on his key ring and what they unlock, from a zippenburger that takes him to work, to a rocket to collect space noodles for lunch, and a paddock with a woolly mammoth that... eats only yellow food"--Publisher's information.Read more
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By Morrison, Yvonne; Illustrated by Bixley, Donovan
Take one traditional fairy tale and one infuriatingly cheeky (albeit knowledgeable) child, and mix with the talented writing of Yvonne Morrison and the funny and creative illustrations of Donovan Bixley and you have a recipe for fall-off- your-chair hilarity!
Follows the succ...ess of their NZ Post Book Awards 2014 Childrenis Choice winner The Three Bears ......Sort Of
- Everyone knows a smart aleck kid like this
- Laugh-out-loud fun iV the words and the pictures are hilarious
- Cleverly illustrated in rich colour by the much-acclaimed Donovan Bixley
- Perfectly suited for a role-playing read-aloudRead more
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By Harper, Glyn; Illustrated by Cooper, Jenny
Dear Jim, Your postcard arrived today. I showed it to the family. Mum misses you... Between December 1914 and August 1915 Tom and Jim write to each other whenever they get a chance. Tom talks about life at home on the farm while Jim writes from Egypt and then from the trenches of... the Gallipoli peninsula. From the author and illustrator of Le Quesnoy comes a moving story of two brothers separated by war. It is based on the thousands of letters sent by and to Anzac soldiers fighting at Gallipoli, one of the most significant campaigns of the First World War. This beautiful hardback depicts life at war and on the home front with exquisite illustrations by Jenny Cooper and fold-out letter inserts.Read more
Illustrated by Tulloch, Scott
I am not a worm... And indeed he's right - he's not a worm. So what is he? And is it a good thing to be? Scott Tulloch has created hilarious dialogue between an unlikely pair, culminating in a dramatic twist at the end!
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