Fearne Cotton reads Yoga BabiesWe're the Yoga Babies, look what we can do! The Yoga Babies love to have fun trying new poses. Sometimes life is busy and tricky, but not to worry! Yoga can help everyone chill out. Follow these babies big and small as they practise yoga at home, in the garden and before bedtime, then you can have a go at home, too!May 30th, 2018READ MORE
Heather Gallagher on the inspiration for writing her new title Scaredy Cat and more!Heather Gallagher chats about writing her new book Scaredy Cat, the inspiration behind it, her motivation for writing and her own pets.May 28th, 2018READ MORE
Is It the Way You Giggle? author Nicola Connelly on the importance of celebrating individualityAuthor Nicola Connelly talks about the importance of celebrating individuality and how her new book Is It The Way You Giggle embraces the unique qualities that make everyone special.May 24th, 2018READ MORE
Book Launch: Is It The Way You Giggle?The launch of Nicola Connelly and Annie White’s new book Is It The Way You Giggle? is taking place on Saturday May 26 at 11am at Craigieburn Library in Melbourne.May 15th, 2018READ MORE
Pugs Don’t Wear Pyjamas Book Launch 17th MarchOn the 17th of March, Michelle Worthington will be launching her new book Pug’s Don’t Wear Pyjamas, illustrated by Cecilia Johansson at The Little Gnome Bookstore in Queensland.March 1st, 2018READ MORE
Can You Find Me? selected as a Notable Book for 2018 by the CBCAFebruary 27th, 2018READ MORE
Patrick Shirvington: The Story Behind Can You Find Me?October 6th, 2017READ MORE
Congratulations to all those shortlisted for the Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year AwardFour of our books have been shortlistedJuly 10th, 2017READ MORE
Eve and the Last Dragon shortlisted for The Young Australians Best Book Awards (YABBA)Congratulations to Jess Black on her book, Eve and the Last Dragon being shortlisted for the YABBA Awards.
Eve and the Last Dragon is the fourth book in the Keeper of the Crystals series.
Eve turns up unannounced at her Nan's house with Oscar in tow. It's time to open the wooden box. The one her Nan had warned them was far too dangerous to go near. A crystal dragon figurine thrusts Oscar and Eve into a medieval world of dragon slayers, fire breathing dragons, castles and moats. It's a world at war. Can Eve and Oscar befriend these creatures and help save them from extinction?
You can read more about the series here.June 19th, 2017READ MORE
Book Launch: Rose's Red BootsYou are warmly invited to join author Maura Finn and illustrator Karen Erasmus to celebrate the launch of their new picture book ROSE'S RED BOOTSJune 12th, 2017READ MORE
CBCA shortlist announcedNew Frontier Publishing is delighted to announce that All I Want For Christmas Is Rain, written by Cori Brooke and illustrated by Megan Forward, has been shortlisted for the CBCA awards.
My Perfect Pup, written by Sue Walker and illustrated by Anil Tortop and Take Ted Instead, written by Cassandra Webb and illustrated by Amanda Francey were selected as Notable books for 2017. Huge congratulations to all the authors and illustrators. Their achievements reflect the talent and hard work of the authors and illustrators at New Frontier.May 8th, 2017READ MORE
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2Can You Find Me? selected as a Notable Book for 2018 by the CBCAFebruary 27th, 2018
3Behind the Scenes with Anil Tortop, illustrator of Scaredy CatJune 11th, 2018
4Can You Find Me? Shortlisted for the 2018 Environment Award for Children’s LiteratureJuly 2nd, 2018
5Congratulations to all those shortlisted for the Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year AwardJuly 10th, 2017