SEPTEMBER

Seasons in the City

Seasons in the City

By Megan McKean

Do you know springtime in Tokyo is cherry blossom season? Or that on the longest day of summer in St ... Read More

A Trip to the Hospital

A Trip to the Hospital

By Freda Chiu

A children's book that explores all the amazing things that happen inside a children's hospital and ... Read More

Poppy, the Punk Turtle

Poppy, the Punk Turtle

By Aleesah Darlison
Illustrated by Mel Matthews

Poppy is one groovy turtle! Join Poppy the Mary River turtle on an adventure to find a new waterhole ... Read More

Aussie Stem Star: Alan Finkel

Aussie Stem Star: Alan Finkel

By Kim Doherty

Aussie STEM Stars is an inspiring children's series that celebrates Australia's experts in Science, ... Read More

AUGUST

Great White Shark

Great White Shark

By Claire Saxby
Illustrated by Cindy Lane

A stunning addition to the Nature Storybooks series, Great White Shark tells the real story about on ... Read More

We Go Way Back

We Go Way Back

By Idan Ben-Barak
Illustrated by Philip Bunting

An entertaining and scientific exploration of the origin of life on Earth, from the award-winning au ... Read More

Power Up!

Power Up!

By Charles Hope

Power. We need it to light our houses, heat our lounge rooms and make our cars move. Almost everythi ... Read More

One Potoroo

One Potoroo

By Penny Jaye
Illustrated by Alicia Rogerson

A conservation tale of the Gilbert’s Potoroo – Australia’s rarest mammal. When a bushfire destroys P ... Read More

Heroes, Rebels and Innovators

Heroes, Rebels and Innovators

By Karen Wyld
Illustrated by Jaelyn Biumaiwai

Be inspired and amazed by these incredible Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander icons! With colourf ... Read More

Deadly Science - Animal Adaptions

Deadly Science - Animal Adaptions

By Australian Geographic & Edited by Corey Tutt

Living things are fantastically adapted to their environments. In order to survive, animals have dev ... Read More

Space

Space

By Australian Geographic

Zoom into space with this guide to the universe. You’ll learn everything there is to know about our ... Read More

Albert Namatjira

Albert Namatjira

By Vincent Namatjira

Award-winning artist Vincent Namatjira tells the life story of his great-grandfather, Albert Namatji ... Read More

Babies at the Billabong

Babies at the Billabong

By Maura Finn
Illustrated by Cate James

Echidna puggles drumming, Cockatoo chicks eating cake, Green tree froglets tap dancing... What else ... Read More

JULY

The World's Most Pointless Animals

The World's Most Pointless Animals

By Philip Bunting

We share our planet with some truly weird and wonderful creatures, from blobfish to pink fairy armad ... Read More

JUNE

Rachel's War

Rachel's War

By Mark Wilson

Growing up on a farm in country Victoria, all Rachel wants is to help people. When war comes, she tr ... Read More

Coco, the Fish with Hands

Coco, the Fish with Hands

By Aleesah Darlison

Coco is a sweet, tiny fish… with hands!Come on a journey with Coco the spotted handfish as she searc ... Read More

Globetrotters - Japan

Globetrotters - Japan

By Jane Hinchey

Let's Go Globetrotters. We're travelling to Japan home of sushi, samurai and sakura cherry blossoms. ... Read More

Solar Systems

Solar Systems

By John Lesley

Where did our Solar System come from? Is Pluto still a planet? Our Solar System is huge and still fu ... Read More

Earth Is My Home

Earth Is My Home

By John Lesley

For humans and other life on this planet, Earth is the most precious place in the Universe. Have you ... Read More

Globetrotters - New Zealand

Globetrotters - New Zealand

By Jane Hinchey

Let's go Globetrotters. We're travelling to New Zealand to discover the Aotearoa the 'Land of the Lo ... Read More

Kunyi

Kunyi

By Kunyi June Anne McInerney

These are my stories from a dry remote place, where growing up was very different for what children ... Read More

Nestling Cockatoos

Nestling Cockatoos

By Angela Robertson-Buchanan

Have you ever met a sulphur-crested cockatoo? They are as intelligent as a toddler and can live up t ... Read More

The Book of Australian Trees

The Book of Australian Trees

By Inga Simpson
Illustrated by Alicia Rogerson

Trees tell stories about places. Australia has some of the tallest, oldest, fattest and most unusual ... Read More

Me, Microbes and I

Me, Microbes and I

By Philip Bunting

You are covered in microbes – tiny living things so small that you can’t see them without a microsco ... Read More

APRIL

Masters of Disguise

Masters of Disguise

By Marc Martin

A gorgeous hide-and-seek extravaganza that showcases twelve of the most elusive animals on earth tha ... Read More

The Big Book of Festivals

The Big Book of Festivals

By Joan-Maree Hargreaves and Marita Bullock
Illustrated by Liz Rowland

FANTASTIC FESTIVITIES, CRAZY CELEBRATIONS and HOLY HOLIDAYS From tomato-throwing parties to gravesid ... Read More

Bee Detectives

Bee Detectives

By Vanessa Ryan-Rendall
Illustrated by Brenna Quinlan

When Olivia and Hamish see a smoky haze coming from their local park, they're ready to spring into a ... Read More

Wild About Mums

Wild About Mums

By Philip Bunting

Good mums come in many different shapes and species. Get set to meet some of Mother Nature's most ma ... Read More

Earth Matters: Loving Our Planet

Earth Matters: Loving Our Planet

By Carole Wilkinson

The Earth’s climate is changing. It’s getting hotter. In Australia over the past 50 years, maximum t ... Read More

Wombat

Wombat

By Christopher Cheng and Liz Duthie

Burrowing and basking, digging and defending; Wombat is a new Nature Storybook exploring the world o ... Read More

MARCH

Bots and Bods

Bots and Bods

By John Andrews

Bots and Bods explores the differences and the similarities between humans and robots. You'll see th ... Read More

The Amazing Case of Dr Ward

The Amazing Case of Dr Ward

By Jackie Kerin
Illustrated by Tull Suwannakit

Here were plants they had never imagined; from places they would never visit. When you peel a banana ... Read More

The Flying Angel

The Flying Angel

By Vicki Bennett
Illustrated by Tull Suwannakit

World War II. 1945. A group of nurses is handpicked to rescue injured soldiers from the frontline in ... Read More

FEBRUARY

Tupaia, Isaac and Cook

Tupaia, Isaac and Cook

By Mark Wilson

There are as many mistruths as there are truths about James Co ok and his famous first Voyage of dis ... Read More

North And South

North And South

By Sandra Morris

A beautiful non-fiction picture book about animals around the world. This non-fiction picture book t ... Read More

An Amazing Australian Road Trip

An Amazing Australian Road Trip

By Jackie Hosking and Lesley Vamos

A rambunctious romp of a family road trip around Australia looking for the right place to celebrate ... Read More

The Way of the Weedy Seadragon

The Way of the Weedy Seadragon

By Anne Morgan
Illustrated by Lois Bury

Can you imagine a strange and colourful fish that looks like a dragon? It can't fly or breathe fire, ... Read More

Iceberg

Iceberg

By Claire Saxby
Illustrated by Jess Racklyeft

In the final freeze of an Antarctic winter, green tails wave across a star-full sky, as if to farewe ... Read More

Anzac Day

Anzac Day

By Jane Pfeiffer

Australians celebrate or commemorate a number of special days throughout the year. These special day ... Read More