Winner of the Dromkeen Medal (1992).
Grandma Poss is up to some of her old bush magic again in this delightful new cookbook for children. With her band of enthusiastic helpers she introduces us to the wonders of Australian party fare, giving us step by step instructions.
<DIV><DIV>Puffling is a baby—small, white, and very hungry. Every day he waits in the burrow while his parents, Big Stripy Beak and Long Black Feather hunt for food. As he grows, Puffling dreams of the day when he will leave his nest and fly away—but he isn’t ready yet, not until he’s tall and brave enough to fend for himself. Every day Puffling asks his parents, but every day they say he must wait until he has grown bigger. Will he ever be ready to head out into the world on his own? This sto
This lively and rhythmic read-aloud about a new puppy will delight young pet lovers.Pendoodle the puppy still hasn’t opened his eyes, much to his young owner’s frustration. Luckily, Uncle Hughie knows just what to do—but can the little girl remember his instructions to wake up her sleepy pup? With engaging illustrations of multicultural characters by Julie Vivas, Malachy Doyle’s story warmly portrays a child’s experience with a new pet. The cadence of nonsense words in SLEEPY PENDOODLE contributes to a rollicking read-aloud.