|Awards:||Winner of Australian Independent Booksellers Indie Awards: Children's Book 2011.|
An innovative, two-in-one picture book follows a parallel day in the life of two families: one in a Western city and one in a North African village. (Ages 5-7) Somewhere in Sydney, Australia, a boy and his family wake up, eat breakfast, and head out for a busy day of shopping. Mean... read more
In this wordless, beautifully illustrated picture book from award-winning poet JonArno Lawson, a little girl collects wild flowers while her distracted father pays her - and their surroundings - little attention. Each flower the little girl gathers becomes a gift for a person... read more
A stylish and fresh wordless picture book, this original story about imaginative play brims with visual humour, bold colours, and a parade of cheeky animals! A little boy stands in front of the whitest of white walls. He readies his brush ...and begins to paint. First off, a coat of pi... read more
We hear much about the plight of the bumble bee population and its implications for our planet's future. This picture book makes the story personal and brings a message of hope. A little girl befriends a bee, which takes her on a journey of discovery.
A big book version of this wordless, visually compelling look at our changing environment, featured on a government reading list for schools. A mother and baby look through a window at a view of wilderness and sky as far as the eye can see. With each page, the boy grows and the scene ... read more
A lonely girl draws a magic door on her bedroom wall and through it escapes into a world where wonder, adventure and danger abound. Red marker pen in hand, she creates a boat, a balloon and a flying carpet which carry her on a spectacular journey... who knows where?
A young boy drops his hat as he's rushing out of the house. His faithful friend picks it up and follows and so the adventure begins! Dog On A Train is a wordless picture book beautifully illustrated with pencil drawings. Charming and humorous, it is a book to delight young dog lovers and tired commuters alike.
In this text a mother and baby look through a window at a wilderness. With each page the boy grows and the scene changes, by the time he is 20 the view is of a city. He gets married and has a child and moves to the country, where father and child look through the window at the wilderness outside.
Which came first? No words are necessary in this beautiful, artfully humorous book, in which every turn of the page offers a surprise.
Everyone knows that a tiny acorn grows into a mighty oak and a caterpillar becomes a butterfly. But in this clever, visually enchantin... read more
From award-winning author and illustrator, Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick, comes a stunning wordless picture book that celebrates family, friendship and the power of togetherness. Mummy Owl and her three little owls live happily on their spacious branch. That is, until the bat family mov... read more
Endorsed by Amnesty International.
No. No? No! A little boy sets out to deliver a letter, witnessing acts of war on the way. But when he encounters a bully by the post-box, he decides that enough is enough. Almost wordless, but speaking volumes, No! dramatises conflict and its alternatives i... read more
|Awards:||Shortlisted for Kate Greenaway Medal 2016.|
From award-winning poet JonArno Lawson comes a beautifully illustrated wordless picture book - an ode to the importance of small things, small people and small gestures. Now in paperback! In this wordless, beautifully illustrated picture book from award-winning poet JonAr... read more