Book Week will be held 22nd -28th August 2015 in Australia with the theme of Books light up our world. Does this cause stress and panic for parents in their quest to help their kids with a Book Week parade costume? Don’t worry, we are here to help.
Teacher and author, Jayneen Sanders shares her tips on how to help children learn their weekly list of words and build their confidence at the same time.
We've compiled a list of Christmas-themed books for you to borrow or buy for your kids.
As parents know all too well, children love to re-read their favourite books over and over again.
It's the one question every die-hard Andy Griffiths fan wants to ask - just how high can the treehouse go?
Seven divine books by Robert Sabuda for your children, will have them transported straight into these famous stories form the comfort of their bedrooms.
Kids love having stories read to them, but astronauts reading to them from space is even better.
We highlight the seven most common misconceptions about dyslexia.
Sesame Street continues to reflect the world its fans live in by introducing an autistic character, and she's a girl.
Are you stuck for children's book ideas? Look no further.
Take your child on a magically-illustrated, bilingual adventure in Byron Bay, with Sunny and her dragon Sippy.
Whether your child is an expert, an enthusiast or a beginner, they will love this selection of art books for extending their creative expression.
Whether you're about to embark on a world tour, or just want them to experience the wonders of the world from their very own bedrooms, we've got the best travel books for kids.