A fun and dynamic look at what life would be like for dinosaurs if they were roaming the Broome coastline today! Reflecting the famous colours of north west Australia and its rugged environment, the textured collage layers of artwork capture the character
The Little Corroborree Frog - Written by Tracey Holton-Ramirez and illustrated by Angela Ramirez, the Little Corroboree Frog is a wonderful children’s story that gently introduces the serious plight of one of Australia’s most endangered species.
This amusing tale takes place on a stormy wet-season night at the Broome lighthouse. Meet Cassius the hermit crab, Jacob the jellyfish, Bruce the bluebone and more sea creatures as they head down the beach and race up the lighthouse staircase to escape
"Steve Goes to Carnival" by Joshua Button & Robyn Wells - Rafflecopter Giveway of a copy of the picture book (Ripper Resources - Rigorous Teaching Resources for Higher Order Thinking)
Young Molly’s imagination knows no bounds when she transforms her Australian backyard into an adventure playground on the high seas. Molly conjures up a pirate ship on her inland horizon and takes her loyal cat and dog along for the ride as she rows across the choppy ocean to the unsuspecting pirates.
Frances and Lindsay Haji-Ali take us counting backwards from fifteen to one on this spectactular journey in the far north of WA. When Frances and Lindsay lived with their family in Broome, they often set out to visit Nana in the tiny outback town of Wyndham over 1,000 km north. These road trips took them across the magnificent Kimberley landscape and inspired this counting story.
The second book in the creative collaboration of storyteller Josie Boyle and illustrator, Fern Martins. A sad lady is inspired by a strange flower in her garden to paint spots on her cups and saucers. This then extends to her kitchen and to all over her house! She is no longer sad and she paints her way into the hearts of her neighbours. A delightful tale of the transformative power of nature - offering a glimpse of how the natural and emotional worlds connect, making the ordinary…
Eleven-year-old Dylan is cursed with an abnormality transforming him into a fully-grown man whenever he gets angry. Always a worry, the ‘curse’ proves to be a blessing in the city when his alter ego attracts the interest of the Broncos during a class excursion to watch the team train. Dylan becomes ‘Deadly D’ – a star player with the fire to rival even the great Prince! But how will he continue to keep the ‘curse’ a secret?
A poignant tribute to the Aboriginal men and women who worked in the pearling industry as ‘free divers’ in the late nineteenth century in Western Australia.
When a group of desert children invite their school teacher, Mrs White, home for dinner to show her why their homework is always grubby, no-one expects what is to come!