Congratulations to all those shortlisted for the Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year AwardJuly 10th, 2017
We are delighted that four of our books have been shortlisted for the Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards.
My Magnificent Some people say jelly beans don't grow on trees. Not this little boy ... he believes in magic. He watches his jelly bean tree grow. He feasts on jelly beans and crowns himself the JELLY BEAN KING.
Jelly Bean Tree
Marvin and Marigold: Two mice, Marvin and Marigold, live next door to each other. When Marvin gets a cold, Marigold has to find a cure to save her mouse house. Told in Mark Carthew’s classic lyrical rhyme.
The Big Sneeze
Take Ted InsteadIt’s bedtime for one tired little boy. Why should he go to bed when everyone else in the house is still awake? He has a plan to keep himself wide awake ...
The Great Zoo Hullabaloo"When Jess and Jack open the gates to the zoo ..." Can Jess and Jack discover the mystery of the missing animals?
Congratulations to Mark Carthew, Simon Prescott, Anil Tortop. Maura Finn, Aura Parker, Cassandra Webb and Amanda Francey.
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