Written by a mother and son duo, this brightly illustrated picture book is a jubilant journey through a child's home country that celebrates the joys of nature and emphasizes forming a connection with place. In simple and lyrical prose, this narrative offers an indigenous Australian perspective of life as it connects traditional and contemporary experiences in a ways that children can understand.

Australia - My Country Best-selling author and internationally renowned artist Sally Morgan teams up with Ezekiel Kwaymullina for a story celebrating country. A gorgeous new picture book in simple, lyrical prose and vibrant colour.

A gentle look at the plight of one of Australia's most endangered species.

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.

A collection of poems that provide insight into the lives of contemporary Indigenous children.

A collection of poems that provide insight into the lives of contemporary Indigenous children.

Tells the story of a girl who is taken from her Aboriginal mother.

Fishpond Australia, Stolen Girl by Norma MacDonald (Illustrated ) Trina Saffioti. Buy Books online: Stolen Girl, ISBN Norma MacDonald (Illustrated by) Trina Saffioti

Remembering Lionsville

Remembering Lionsville- Renowned artist Bronwyn Bancroft tells her inspiring story of growing up in country New South Wales. A unique picture book for the whole family.

When Little Star falls off the edge of the Night Sky, he meets Python, Dingo and Kangaroo. Will his new friends be able to help him get home?

When Little Star falls off the edge of the Night Sky, he meets Python, Dingo and Kangaroo. Will his new friends be able to help him get home?

From Dinky the Dingo to Finding My Way Home, Jane Garlil Christophersen an Aboriginal elder from Kakadu in the Northern Territory of Australia presents an engaging collection of stories for young readers. Kakadu Calling reveals the wonders of daily life in the Aboriginal bush, contains cross-cultural morality tales about cooperation and friendship, and includes messages about caring for the enviro

Kakadu Calling by Jane Christophersen, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Early Childhood.  This is the story of a brave chicken on a big adventure. Peggy lives in a small house in a quiet street.  One blustery day a big gust of wind sweeps down and scoops up leaves,twigs and . . . Peggy!  You will need to google "scholastic peggy.doc" for teachers notes.

Peggy: A Brave Chicken on a Big Adventure by Anna Walker. One small chicken. One very large city.

Bush animals

In Australia, Bilby is looking for a home and learns from the other animals why their living spaces are not suitable for him, but with their help he finally find the spot that is just right.

Merindah finds a chick who grows into a large brolga who thinks she is his mother.

Merindah finds a chick who grows into a large brolga who thinks she is his mother.

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