Caldecott Medal-winner and #1 New York Times-bestselling author Kevin Henkes explores what it means to be at home in this stunning picture book. Brimming with interactive call-and-response questions, A House is a timeless and irresistible must-have for both very young children and emergent readers-as well as the entire family.
Where is the door to the house? Do you see any clouds? What does the house look like when it is sunny outside? When it is raining? And what will the house turn into whe
'Funny, poignant and wise, with a rich seams of understanding and empathy . . . one of the best children's non-fiction books I've read in long time'
'This book is what I needed as a kid! Empathetic, joyful and beautifully authentic. I loved it!'
Elle McNicoll, author of A Kind of Spark
*The beautiful true story of one girl's journey growing up autistic - and the challenges she faced in the 'normal' world*
I'm not like the other children in my class . . . and that's an actua
Twelve-year-old Hanako and her family, reeling from their confinement in an internment camp, renounce their American citizenship to move to Hiroshima, a city devastated by the atomic bomb dropped by Americans.
Mum won't get out of bed. His best friend has dumped him. And school work is just too difficult. It feels like the world is conspiring against Jayden in this touching and sensitively told story of life as a young carer from beloved author Tony Bradman. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+
Zoe en Zoya is n identiese tweeling. Maar dit is waar die ooreenkoms eindig. Terwyl Zoe gedurig haar neus in 'n boek het, is Zoya meer behep met haar voorkoms en ouens. Wanneer Zoe 'n klomp seuns as proefkonyne gebruik vir 'n ekspo-taak, ruk dinge handuit. Zoe weet sy moet beheer vat. En beslis nie staan en verlief raak op haar sussie se kerel nie!