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              Evie and the Lost Three

              Evie and the Lost Three (Paperback)

              By Sue Neudegg and Illustrated by Denise Muzzio

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              Numbers are Evie's very special friends, she counts everything...nothing is left out! When cheeky number three goes missing, how will Evie continue counting? Delightfully illustrated by Denise Muzzio and with a gentle rhyming text, Evie and the Lost Three is a bright and colourfu...l story to be enjoyed by those just learning to read and count, and those teaching children the pleasure they can derive through engaging with numbers. This playful book showcases the joys of discovering the world through counting and bringing numbers to life. It acts as a gentle reminder that if we let go of worrying about what seems determined to hide, sometimes we discover that it is not that far away; just waiting to be found.
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              ISBN 9781922358035
              Published NZ 1 Jun 2020
              Publisher Little Steps Publishing
              Interest Age 2-6 years
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              Grandad's Perfect Picnic

              Grandad's Perfect Picnic (Paperback)

              By Howard White and Illustrated by Katherine Appleby

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              Grandad and Nana want to take a picnic with their grandkids, but everytime they try the weather has other plans!

              ISBN 9781925839685
              Published NZ 1 Aug 2020
              Publisher Little Steps Publishing
              Interest Age 2-6 years
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              The Boy Who Lost His Fun

              The Boy Who Lost His Fun (Paperback)

              By Stephen Lynch and Illustrated by Jelena Jordanovic-Lewis

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              When Henry wakes up one morning, he discovers that he's lost his fun! Join Henry as he discovers the meaning of true happiness.

              ISBN 9781925839661
              Published NZ 1 Jul 2020
              Publisher Little Steps Publishing
              Interest Age 2-6 years
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              My Grandma

              My Grandma (Hardback)

              By Sarah Miegel and Illustrated by Kayla Lee

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              My Grandma is a story about using our imagination. Written from the Granddaughter's point of view, Grandma tells her all the amazing adventures she wants to go on, and the little girl is inspired and wants to be just like her. Mum might think Grandma is a bit crazy, but we know s...he's not! Using simple words and repetition, with brightly coloured illustrations on every page - children, parents and grandparents are bound to fall in love with Grandma's amazing creativity.
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              ISBN 9781925839395
              Published NZ 1 Jun 2020
              Publisher Little Steps Publishing
              Interest Age 2-6 years
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              Flight Attendant Ashlea

              Flight Attendant Ashlea (Hardback)

              By Natasha Mcfarlane and Illustrated by Andrew Mcinstosh

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              Young Ashlea has just come back from her first trip on a plane, and she's enchanted! As she grows up, Ashlea is determined to become a flight attendant and spend her days flying through the clouds. Join her and her friends on their journey as they learn how to work safely on boar...d an aircraft.
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              ISBN 9781922358042
              Published NZ 1 Jul 2020
              Publisher Little Steps Publishing
              Interest Age 2-6 years
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              Basil the Bully and What-To-Do

              Basil the Bully and What-To-Do (Paperback)

              By Maggie Gordon and Illustrated by Valery Vell

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              In the land of 'What-To-Do' there is a dragon who has made such a nuisance of himself that he is known as 'Basil the Bully'! What can be done to stop him from terrorising the kingdom?

              ISBN 9781922358011
              Published NZ 1 Jul 2020
              Publisher Little Steps Publishing
              Interest Age 2-6 years
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              Sam Squirrel has ADHD

              Sam Squirrel has ADHD (Paperback)

              By Selina Lee and Illustrated by Aleksandra Szmidt

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              A beautifully illustrated picture book about ADHD, (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and squirrels. See the significant effects the disorder has on the individual, their family and friends, and how with extra knowledge and understanding, the extremely common and well-kno...wn negative experiences can be changed to positive ones. Fall in love with the extremely cute, fun, creative and energetic Sam Squirrel, as he experiences his frustrating 'roller coaster' journey in life, at school, and at home with his friends and family. Watch how they persistently try to follow the right path and do the right thing, whilst being confronted with life's many hurdles. Have admiration for Sam Squirrel and his parents as they all learn to understand and support each other, through the challenging circumstances they face, through no fault of their own. Have hope in the love that Sam Squirrel and his parents have for each other and join them in their celebrations as their relationships improve for the better.
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              ISBN 9781925839722
              Published NZ 1 Jun 2020
              Publisher Little Steps Publishing
              Interest Age 2-6 years
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              The Underwater Forest

              The Underwater Forest (Paperback)

              By Rebecca Morris and Illustrated by Matt Howorth

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              Oliver is fascinated by the ocean, and every year his mother, who is a marine scientist, takes him scuba diving on his birthday to see the underwater forest. The underwater forest of kelp is a magical place, with colourful sea creatures big and small. But as the weather starts to... change, the underwater forest can't get the nutrients it needs to grow. Lots of sea urchins move out of their crevices and start to eat the underwater forest. Oliver is shocked to see on his next birthday that thousands of hungry urchins have eaten all the kelp. The only way to help the underwater forest is to reduce the number of urchins, but there are too many for marine scientists to collect. When people start fishing the urchins to sell for food, the number of urchins is quickly reduced. Oliver is surprised that people can eat the spiny urchins! With fewer urchins, Oliver's mother can then restore the underwater forest. This educational picture book, based on real-life research, will aid children learning about the environment and what they can do to help. As all the profits from this book will go to the Native Australian Animals Trust Marine Fund at The University of Melbourne to support marine research, readers will be physically and actively supporting research too.
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              ISBN 9781922358028
              Published NZ 1 Jun 2020
              Publisher Little Steps Publishing
              Interest Age 2-6 years
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              Rapunzel's Mother

              Rapunzel's Mother (Paperback)

              By Belinda Lui, Zoe Reddaway & Illustrated by Angelo Rinaldi

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              Rapunzel's Mother is the second book in the Rapunzel's Sister Series, tying together the original Rapunzel story and also as a prequel to Rapunzel's Sister. The story begins in Magnolia Kingdom, where King William and Queen Anastacia are expecting the birth of Princess Eleanor (R...apunzel and Miri's mother). However, during the birth, Queen Anastacia passes away leaving behind a heartbroken King William. He finds comfort riding off into the Forest of Dern. One day in the forest, he is spied upon by Sylvia, of Raven Castle. She lives in the forest with her mother Regina. They possess a magical family heirloom, a bracelet, which Sylvia uses to influence William. Eventually, William proposes to Sylvia, and they marry. In the current time, we see that Princess Eleanor now has two younger step sisters, Laura and Isabel. The sisters, Sylvia and William are a happy family together. The sisters are involved with activities such as singing, tapestry and horse riding. Laura openly admires their singing teacher Theo, and at the same time Eleanor also begins to have secret feelings for him too. One day, the three sisters are out having a horse-riding lesson, when Eleanor's saddle slips and causes her horse to bolt. Eleanor falls off her horse and is knocked unconscious. She is cared for by the maid and her family frequently visit. While she is unconscious, Theo tries to deliver a letter to her but he is deterred by her constant visitors. Eventually, he asks Laura to deliver the letter to Eleanor. Laura secretly reads the letter and realizes Theo must have feelings for Eleanor, as he had written a song for Eleanor. Laura is most distressed but Isabel convinces Laura to return the letter to Eleanor's room. They then find that Eleanor has woken and Laura gives her the letter in person. Soon after, Laura has a singing lesson with Theo so she makes a huge effort with her appearance before going to the lesson. Theo looks at her in confusion instead. Laura sings badly, trips and lands a
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              ISBN 9781925839708
              Published NZ 1 Jun 2020
              Publisher Little Steps Publishing
              Interest Age Children
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              Patrick White

              Patrick White (Paperback)

              By Toni Brisland and Illustrated by Anastasia Popp

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              Patrick White wanted to be a writer when no one thought he should! This remarkable man, remembered for his poetic descriptions of the Australian landscape and people in his many novels and plays, is the only Australian Nobel Prize for Literature winner. Learn all about one of Aus...tralia's greatest novelists in this fully illustrated biography.
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              ISBN 9780648267379
              Published NZ 1 Aug 2020
              Publisher Little Steps Publishing
              Interest Age Children
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