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Sticker World Farm

Author: Kait Eaton

Illustrator: Aviel Basil

Publisher: Lonely Planet Kids

Three copies to give away

Get ready to create the best farm ever! 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.

First Words English

Illustrator: Andy Mansfield and Sebastien Iwohn

Publisher: Lonely Planet Kids

Three copies to give away

Help young children unlock the English language with First Words English. Brought to you by Lonely Planet Kids, an imprint of Lonely Planet, the world’s leading travel guide and phrasebook publisher, this is a beautifully illustrated introduction to the English language. Learn 100 English words – from food and transport, to animals and weather. Each double page features one word with a simple pronunciation guide paired with a bold, fun illustration to give the word context – and help make remembering the new vocabulary easy and fun!

Tilly’s Reef Adventure

Author and Illustrator: Rhonda N Garward

Publisher: NLA publishing

Three copies to give away

Tilly’s Reef Adventure is a delightful lift-the-flap book about a baby green turtle who, against the odds, makes it into the ocean and begins her journey in the seas of the Great Barrier Reef, meeting friends and foe along the way. After surviving some adventures on the reef, she finds herself caught in a plastic bag that she has mistaken for a jellyfish. She is washed up on a beach where she is saved just in time by children who are cleaning up rubbish along the shore. At the back of the book, there is extra information about the reef, including threats to the reef and how you can help keep it, as well as other parts of our environment, healthy and free of rubbish.