"This is My Rock", by David Lucas.  This is my rock! proclaims a young goat. It's not yours, he bleats at Eagle. Or yours, he grumbles at Bear. Nor yours! he shouts at the other goats. But standing atop a mountain all day and night can be lonely, especially when you have no one else to play with.

This is My Rock by David Lucas (Flying Eye Books) The Best Book Ever [this week] - April 2015

"Beekle", by Dan Santat - 	An imaginary friend waits a long time to be imagined by a child and given a special name, and finally does the unimaginable - he sets out on a quest to find his perfect match in the real world.

This magical story begins on an island far away, where an imaginary friend is born. He patiently waits his turn to be chosen by a real child, but when he is overlooked time and again, he sets off on an incredible journey to the bustling city, where he fin

"Mr Huff", by Anna Walker.  Bill is having a bad day. Mr Huff is following him around and making everything seem difficult. Bill tries to get rid of him, but Mr Huff just gets bigger and bigger! Then they both stop, and a surprising thing happens ...

Booktopia has Mr. Huff, Winner of the 2016 Early Childhood CBCA by Anna Walker. Buy a discounted Hardcover of Mr. Huff online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

"Can a Skeleton have an X-Ray?", by Kyle Hughes-Odgers.  How does sound taste? Do colours smell? Why do onions make me cry? Who builds the wings for birds to fly?  From the practical to the philosophical, this book is guaranteed to fire young imaginations!

"Can a Skeleton have an X-Ray?", by Kyle Hughes-Odgers. How does sound taste? Do colours smell? Why do onions make me cry? Who builds the wings for birds to fly? From the practical to the philosophical, this book is guaranteed to fire young imaginations!

"Where Bear?", by Sophy Henn.  An exquisitely illustrated picture book about a little boy and his bear and finding a place called home. Told with humour and warmth, this is a story to capture the heart of its reader.

"Where Bear?", by Sophy Henn. An exquisitely illustrated picture book about a little boy and his bear and finding a place called home. Told with humour and warmth, this is a story to capture the heart of its reader.

"Dear Yeti", by James Kwan.  Two young hikers set out to look for Yeti one day, and with the help of a bird friend, they trek further and further into the woods, sending letters to coax the shy creature out of hiding.

"Dear Yeti", by James Kwan. Two young hikers set out to look for Yeti one day, and with the help of a bird friend, they trek further and further into the woods, sending letters to coax the shy creature out of hiding.

"This is NOT a Bedtime Story", by Will Mabbitt and Fred Blunt.  Sophie doesn't want a story time filled with cute kittens and birthday parties, she wants rocket-launching helicopters and a giant robot dinosaur!

"This is NOT a Bedtime Story", by Will Mabbitt and Fred Blunt. Sophie doesn't want a story time filled with cute kittens and birthday parties, she wants rocket-launching helicopters and a giant robot dinosaur!

"Home Tweet Home", by Courtney Dicmas.  Pippi and Burt are tired of sharing their crowded nest with eight noisy little siblings, so off they fly to see the big, wide world and find a new home.

A family of cave swallows decides that its nest is too small.

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