JULY

Amazing Structures of the World

Amazing Structures of the World

By Glen Williams

Record-breaking, beautiful, unique or simply amazing – these are the worlds’ most famous structures ... Read More

The Space Race

The Space Race

By Angela Yalda

Since our earliest time on earth, humans have gazed up to the stars and wondered how the universe wo ... Read More

Safety Away From Home

Safety Away From Home

By William Day

Children who ride their bikes to school, walk to the shops by themselves, or take the bus to visit a ... Read More

Safety Online

Safety Online

By William Day

Hackers, trolls and stalkers all represent the ugly side of the Internet. They are everywhere online ... Read More

Safety At School

Safety At School

By William Day

Schools in Australia and around the world all have procedures and rules for keeping children safe. E ... Read More

Safety At Home

Safety At Home

By William Day

Houses and gardens are full of potential dangers for children. Whether in the kitchen, bathroom or s ... Read More

JUNE

Waves

Waves

By Donna Rawlins, Mark Jackson and Heather Potter

Waves is a narrative non-fiction book about the waves of migration to the shores of Australia. Every ... Read More

Nganga

Nganga

By Aunty Fay Muir and Sue Lawson

Nganga is an authoritative and concise collection of words and phrases related to Aboriginal and Tor ... Read More

The Story of Rugby League

The Story of Rugby League

By Andrew Ferguson

Rugby League is known as ‘The Greatest Game of All’. Since 1908, Australian players, clubs and repre ... Read More

How To Be An Engineer

How To Be An Engineer

By DK

Being an engineer isn't just about wearing a hard hat and looking important while holding a clipboar ... Read More

MAY

Science Squad

Science Squad

By DK

The exciting world of science and technology is broken down into fun, digestible chunks in this illu ... Read More

Thailand

Thailand

By Jane Hinchey

Thailand is at the heart of Southeast Asia, and a popular holiday destination for Australians. But w ... Read More

The Bacteria Book

The Bacteria Book

By DK

Meet the bacteria, viruses, and other germs and microbes that are all around, but too small for us t ... Read More

Mr Shaha's Recipes for Wonder

Mr Shaha's Recipes for Wonder

By Alom Shaha

Don’t worry if you don’t know the answers, you soon will! Learn about sound by making wine glasses s ... Read More

APRIL

Dingo

Dingo

By Claire Saxby and Tannya Harricks

The night is young and there is hunting to be done. An exciting new addition to the narrative non-fi ... Read More

Community

Community

By Woody Brambles

Communities can be big or small. From our family members to our friends; from the classroom to the e ... Read More

Bouncing Back

Bouncing Back

By Rohan Cleave
Illustrated by Coral Tulloch

The Eastern Barred Bandicoot is one of Australia’s most threatened species. When their existence cam ... Read More

In The Lamplight

In The Lamplight

By Dianne Wolfer
Illustrated by Brian Simmonds

If you loved the award-winning Lighthouse Girl and Light Horse Boy, you will also love In the Lampli ... Read More

A-Z of Australian Animals

A-Z of Australian Animals

By Jennifer Cossins

A beautifully illustrated hardback anthology of 26 of Australia's most fascinating animals from CBCA ... Read More

MARCH

Shout Out to the Girls

Shout Out to the Girls

By Various

Let's hear it for the Australian women who have shaped our history and are expanding our future! Sho ... Read More

Outdoor Maker Lab

Outdoor Maker Lab

By Robert Winston

Brimming with exciting projects to help budding boffins explore the science of their surroundings. U ... Read More

Up Close Snakes

Up Close Snakes

By Kathy Riley

Snakes are reptiles, which means they are cold-blooded, lay eggs and have scales. All snakes are car ... Read More

Armistice

Armistice

By Ruth Starke
Illustrated by David Kennett

In this companion to the award-winning, My Gallipoli, many voices will recall the day the Great War ... Read More

Australia's Neighbours - China

Australia's Neighbours - China

By Jane Hinchey

China is a country with a rich history and culture, breathtaking scenery, hundreds of modern cities ... Read More

FEBRUARY

Continents of the World: Europe

Continents of the World: Europe

By Charles Hope

The world is a vast and exciting place, with nearly 200 countries spread across seven continents. Eu ... Read More

From Farm to Table - Dairy

From Farm to Table - Dairy

By Woody Brambles

Take an in-depth look at these amazing foodstuffs, and how they get from farms to our table. Dairy i ... Read More

100 Scientists Who Made History

100 Scientists Who Made History

By DK

From brainy biologists and clever chemists to magnificent mathematicians and pioneering physicists, ... Read More

Australia's Neighbours - Indonesia

Australia's Neighbours - Indonesia

By Jane Hinchey

Indonesia is the world's largest island country, with 17,508 islands, of which about 6,000 are inhab ... Read More

This is Australia

This is Australia

By Kevin Pettman

Did you know ... Australia has more beaches than any other country in the world? Over 22 million jar ... Read More