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Children’s Fiction

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    Ian Napier

    Jasmin is a twelve-year-old Adelaide girl of Aboriginal descent. Her parents, both doctors, have volunteered to work in the Middle East for a year, so Jasmin will stay with her aunt and uncle in tropical Darwin for that time. The prospect is both very exciting and saddening, but to help with the sadness of missing her parents, Jasmin will be allowed to get a dog - her very first one. At the local

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  • Cheeky Dragons

    R. McDowall

    When the sun starts to set and the sky gleams pink, What could that be rattling beneath the kitchen sink? As the moon starts to rise and to bed we all go, Under the bed I spy a purple spotted nose

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  • Arrek and the Zolganans

    R.J. Barnes

    This is the second book in the series about a little dragon called Arrek who lives with the Rodley family. We meet him in a poor state after he's been inside the washing machine. His firepower is restored with help from other dragons and his best friend, Alex. She and Arrek develop a very strong bond but he keeps getting into trouble. He causes mayhem in the house and Alex does her best to find excuses for him

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  • The Scritch

    Gigga Black

    Christmas is supposed to be a mystical time of year but Mr Trott never quite realised just how magical it was.   During a walk out in the woods on Boxing Day, Mr Trott suddenly finds himself in an other-worldly adventure when he falls into a gully and meets the Scritch, a strange creature with green, warty skin and burps of purple mist.    Will Mr Trott be abl

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  • The Day Aiden Lost His Ears

    Meaghan Bennett

    Meaghan Bennett has given us a charming tale which will appeal to both children and adults alike.   Aiden, a distracted young boy, unintentionally forgets to ‘switch on' his ears when communing with his family. This results in some dire, though comical and thankfully short lived, consequences. In the end, he appreciates the difficulty it is to go without hearing and takes the cha

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  • Waggletail Ted

    Sue Hampton

    Ted is a small dog with a big personality and a lot of fans. But he doesn't like the look of Jamal, the boy who comes to live next door. Ted isn't afraid of much - just cats, baths and short humans like Jamal.   Jamal loves cats but he's scared of dogs. His new life in a strange country is scary too and hard to understand. What he needs most is a friend.  

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  • The Bee Polisher

    William B. Taylor

    The bees in the kingdom of Bumblonia were doing quite nicely until Malicia, in her glass wellington boots, became the Queen. If being sat on wasn't bad enough, then the idea of being arrested by a friendly local bee collection officer and spending time in a dark, dreary dungeon was certainly a bee's worst nightmare. One misfortune can change life dramatically if it involves little knowled

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  • Wilfred the Worm and the Magic Tools

    Ejay Coffey

    Wilfred the Worm and the Magic Tools follows Mr Greenfinger and his garden friends. Wilfred the Worm gets into trouble in the compost bin, the magical tools enjoy their days in the vegetable patch and we get to meet Tina, a young tortoise who got lost and is hungry for some yummy lettuce leaves! What adventures will they get up to in this charming children's tale?

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  • Mosaic of Life: What are We but a Memory?

    Susan Vinson

    It is death that gives meaning to life.   They sensed each other as they grew in their watery world. They knew their mother's voice; it was a comforting sound, like the music she played for them. Sometimes they moved in unison to the strange sounds, but each day there was less room and now they could only snuggle together and wait. On

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  • Eddie's World

    Stevie-jo Foster

    Eddie is a cheerful, feathery little rooster - even though his bad-tempered owner, Bigfoot, treats him rather badly. But when he discovers that his best friend, Dusty the pug, is going to move away, his whole world is thrown upside down. A chance remark from one of his enemies from the Gully Clan makes Eddie wonder if he could find this mysterious place called ‘a farm' and be happy ther

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  • Alex and Sally See the Galaxy

    Yvette Absalom

    Travel through the galaxy with Alex, Sally and Bear, in their elegant yellow ship! What sights will we see along the way?   Learn about space and stars, black holes and worm holes in a rhyming, illustrated adventure for children.

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  • Feeling Well: Emotional Alchemy For Children

    Emma Tunbridge

    Journey through your body and meet the flavors of your feelings with this introduction to Emotional Alchemy.   Through color, animals, visualization, texture, sound and movement, you can begin to get to know your emotional body.   Gain awareness and begin building a toolkit for healthy emotional expression and regulation, with safety and non-violence at the core.

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