We kicked off our Kids Book Club Infant & Toddler Story Time for 2020 with this amazing, fun picture book! Read more about it here!
The results of our Book Rating project for 2019 – which books and authors do kids in our Kids Book Club love best? Read this article to find out!
Roxaboxen – a beautiful memory of times past! Read more about it here…
Who wouldn’t like to travel the world?! Even better if you can gather ingredients for a delicious apple pie on the way! Join a little girl on her journey!
Flexible Thinking encourages us to look at things another way. In this book, Braden learns to think flexibly and teaches readers to do so too!
A peddler has some caps for sale, but experiences some trouble with a few naughty monkeys. What will he do?
Who doesn’t have an enemy? And who wouldn’t just loooove to feed them something toxic?! But pie? Who would give something as delicious as pie to an enemy?
Clark the Shark is enthusiastic… a little too enthusiastic… will he be able to learn how to control his impulsive behaviour?
What does the little boy see when he takes a walk across the farmyard? An engaging story for littlees!
Our Book Club members met Skippyjon Jones… a cuddly siamese cat with a very wild and vivid imagination! Read more about it here…
Boystown Press presents this wonderful contribution by Julia Cook, that teaches children how to accept NO! for an answer.
What can this box be? Whatever you can imagine! Read a short review about this cleverly designed book for littlees!
A simple picture book containing hilarious illustrations and an important message – Respect is key to healthy behaviour and healthy relationships.
A new take on the classic children’s song – a breath of fresh air!
We had an exciting Book Club Hour with the foundation phase students at Thorntree Prep today. With the intermediates on camp, the little ones somehow had a lot of extra …
Jabari Jumps is a simple picture book that can be used to teach about nervousness, anxiety and fear. Read more about it here…
Little Blue Truck teaches readers a lesson in friendliness and helpfulness!
Reading in other languages is also very important, and can be fun! Read more about what we did at our monthly Kids Book Club meeting today!
Elmer, a multicoloured elephant who loves practical jokes, finds out there is more to him than he knows! A story about difference, diversity and community.
Where could that little pup be? Short review on this interactive book by Eric Hill.