The best books on the bookshelf
Where Is The Green Sheep?, Mem Fox and Judy Horacek, RRP$17.99, Puffin. For ages 0–4. A robust board book with well-crafted rhymes, funny illustrations and an ending that kids will always want to join in with.
Hairy Maclary, Hide And Seek, Lynley Dodd, RRP$17.99, Puffin. For ages 0–4. A wonderful introduction to the magic of Hairy Maclary and Lynley Dodd’s masterful rhymes. Lift-the-flaps never lose their charm!
The Storm Whale, Benji Davies, RRP$18, Simon & Schuster. For ages 3 and up. Featuring frame-worthy illustrations, this is a touching story set in a far-off land, revealing a beautiful dynamic between father and child.
They All Saw A Cat, Brendan Wenzel, RRP$26.95, Chronicle Books. For ages 3–6. An insight into perspectives from different animals. Vibrant, textural illustrations, plus repetition that kids will love.
Mix It Up, Hervé Tullet, RRP$24.99, Chronicle Books. For ages 4–6. Lots of visual and hands-on fun to be had, all while learning about different colours.
Here We Are - Notes for Living on Planet Earth, Oliver Jeffers, RRP$29.99, HarperCollins. For ages 3 and up. A beautiful book about our world, and how we’re all part of it.
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