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Little Bird’s Day

Publisher: Magabala Books

Author: Sally Morgan

Illustrator: Johhny Warrkatja Malibirr

Inaugural Kestin Indigenous Illustrator Award WinnerA simple, universal story of a day in the life of Little Bird as she sings the world alive, flies with Cloud, travels with Wind, nestles with Moon and dreams of flying among the stars. Sally’s beautiful words and Johnny’s sensitive artwork combine to make this a beautiful, distinctive publication with global appeal. Johnny infuses his illustrations with his fine art aesthetic, his traditional motifs and a quirky sense of humour.

Sticker World Farm

Publisher: Lonely Planet Kids

Author: Kait Eaton

Illustrator: Aviel Basil

From growing crops and building barns to rounding up herds of sheep and milking cows, this is your chance to create the ultimate farm. Keep bees and make delicious honey, fill your shop with tasty food and drink, and drive a tractor everywhere!

Just add stickers, doodles and lots of colour to bring it all to life.

As the farmer, you’ll have loads of fun activities to do, including:

  • creating a map so visitors can find their way around
  • planting and tending to crops in your fields
  • looking after ducks, geese and chickens
  • milking cows and making delicious ice cream
  • building a climbing frame for goats to play on
  • keeping bird away with a watchful scarecrow, and
  • raising lambs, piglets and calves.

Frankie and Joely

Publisher: University of Queensland Press

Author: Nova Weetman

Frankie and Joely are best friends. They love each other like no one else can. But when a summer break in the country brings fresh distractions, simmering jealousies and festering secrets, can their friendship survive?

It’s the holidays and, together, Frankie and Joely board a train and escape the city and their mums for a week of freedom. But when Joely introduces Frankie to her country cousins, Thommo and Mack, it soon becomes clear that something other than the heat is getting under their skin. As the temperature rises and the annual New Years’ Eve party looms closer, local boy Rory stirs things up even more and secrets start to blister. Suddenly the girls’ summer getaway is not panning out how either of them imagined. Will they still be ‘Frankie and Joely’ by the end of their holiday?