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EVERYTHING BUT THE KITCHEN SINK

author: Joestte Hennessy
illustrator: Lara Sim

ages 3-6

Will Squirt ever understand Dad’s funny way of speaking? In his quest to do so, Squirt may just discover the most powerful language of all — that of the heart. Join a boy and his slang-slinging dad in this fun, rhyming journey through some of Australia’s most popular idioms — best taken with a grain of salt!

Huntingdon Class 2-4 gave this 4 stars
The kids thought this was funny there was a few times when the slang wasn’t understood but made for great laughter when meaning was explained.

they all enjoyed telling me the funny sayings their own dad has.

I HATE RULES!author: Alley Bucci
illustrator: Lauren Mullinderages 3-6

Nicholas loves causing mischief and mayhem for his mother. What does anyone need rules for anyway?  A funny and sweet cautionary tale about why doing as you’re told has its uses (now and again).

Classes k-3 Gave this book 5 stars

the kids were all in unison Rules are Ridiculous, all of them yelled out with a groan

laughter and enjoyment was on the cards with this title, everyone agreed a rule free day is a great idea and wanted to take it home to show their parents. i was told this is definitely a 5 star book

Teachers agreed great book for kids and parents.

THE MOONBOWauthor: Fiona Levings

ages 3-6

Huntington school class 2-4 gave it 4 stars

they loved the idea of a Moonbow and thought the illustrations were fantastic.

and enjoyed the story of how they had different views from the same stump.

Superstar Grandmas

Author: Andrea Gallagher
illustrator: David Clare

ages 3-6
“Grandmas are great,  nannas are fun.  They’re all so different … Who’s your favourite one?” An alphabet in rhyme, based on the true lives and faces of some beloved grandmas, oumas and nonnas!

the kids at preschool gave the book 4 stars

they thought it was great that it was the alphabet, so many different grandmas, each would yell if their grandma did the particular activity.

 

Author Mica Lynnah
age 15+
This story comes from within you and within me…
to be kept close or to pass on with the wind.
A key, some girls and the moon…
International storyteller Evita brings this evocative tale into the world; a wisdom story to empower girls in this age.
Courtney Aged 17 gave it 4 stars
check out her review here
thought it was lovely with a spiritual feeling and the illustrations were stunning

Mystery In Mer

Author: Eugenie Lumbers

Marilla and Jerry are two merfolk who live in the waters of Port Stephens, where they have many friends in the sea and on the shores. Years ago, when she was very small, Marilla’s parents disappeared. Now she only has her grandmother to care for her. On a trip with her dolphin friends up the east coast of Australia, Marilla learns of the mystery of Esmeralda Cove. Convinced it involves the fate of her lost family, she is determined to solve it. Marilla and Jerry embark on a dangerous adventure.

Drew aged 9 gave the book 4.5 stars

He thought the story was a wonderful tale that was impossible to put down.

His favourite part was when Marrack fought Petron, it was an epic battle of evil V’s good

Check out his full review  here

Jack and Mia

Written by: Robert Vescio
Illustrated by: Claire Richards

Jack and Mia are best friends. They stick together like paper and glue.

Then the unthinkable happens … Mia’s family has to move away. How can they prove that distance is no barrier to friendship?

A heartwarming story about loneliness, acceptance and the separation of close friends.

Huntingdon school class k-2 gave it 5 stars

the class thought this was a great book with big bright pictures, they loved the fun things they got up to, and felt sad when Mia moved across the sea, but were happy when they found a way to still play from across the world. “friendship is important” “I love my best friend I have 5”

their favourite part was when the were sick and talked into cans

they recommend this book to kids with best friends

Baby Bear is curious, he goes where Mama said, ‘Don’t!’ He finds himself adrift in a BIG, BIG ocean! Will Mama find him before his piece of pack ice melts?

A story for early childhood and lower primary with themes of risk taking, keeping safe, obeying rules, becoming lost and being found. The book also introduces small children to the idea of protecting our environment, animal habitats, melting of the pack ice and global warming.

Preschool age 3-5 Gave it 5 stars
The children were amazed by the wonderful illustrations and seeing all the different animals, they were captivated throughout the reading, happy the cute cub found his way home.
 
Huntingdon school years k-2  gave it 5 stars
they called the book filled with cuteness
the kids all wanted a baby polar bear for themselves, they were all happy when he got home,
they enjoyed the facts about polar bears and were sad they are endangered.
when asked about there favourite parts
“all of it but especially the Curtness”
see review here

Do Not Open This Book

Andy Lee / Heath McKenzie (Illustrator)
This guy will do anything for you not to open this book!
Threats, bribes, reverse psychology – you name it!
A hilarious new book from radio extraordinaire and all-round funny guy, Andy Lee.
Young readers will love doing everything they’re asked not to!
Phillip AGE 3.5 gave it 5 stars then some
he has told all his friends about “DONT TURN THE PAGE” and is a favourite in his household
Wauchope preschool age 3-5 gave it 5 stars
all the kids were very excited about this book and screamed turn the page all the way through the book, eager to find out what would happen.
Huntingdon school class 3-4 gave it 5 stars
this book was read Twice on reading day as they were all very excited to read it
teachers came in wondering what all the screaming was about and joined in the “TURN THE PAGE”
except they wanted motorbikes and gold not to turn the page.
The Small Fiveauthor: Ralph Johnstone
illustrator: Harriet StanesYou’ve probably heard of Africa’s ‘Big Five’: the lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino and elephant. But did you know there are five little animals who share their names, and can fit in the palm of your hand? See what happens when the ‘Small Five’ go up against their big cousins – in a battle of wit, wills, and some extraordinary skills! A little rhyme with a big heart.

Huntingdon school class k-2 they gave it 4 stars

the kids enjoyed this title they were amazed that little animals share the same name as the big five and asked if they were real animals.

they were happy that the smaller animals won against the bigger and wanted to find out about the lesser known animals.

they recommend it for kids who like animals.

book group age 3-5 gave it 4 stars

this book appealed to the kids with the rhyming text and they thought the pictures were great, happily pointing out the animals they knew while asking about the ones they didn’t.

they thought it was funny that the little animals won and loved the antlion doodlebug.

Muesli on My Brother’s Head

Muesli on my brother’s head, mashed sweet potato on the bed! A series of mischievous messes and accidental calamities from the author of Where Do Teachers Go at Night?

Book group age 3-5 gave the book 4 stars
the children got into the rhyming text  and the mischievous things he got up to in this book. they enjoyed the illustrations,but thought a super hero was meant to be good and not bad and were glad when he wanted to be good.
preschool age 3-5 gave the book 4 stars
the children thoroughly enjoyed the silly things our masked boy got up to, their favourite was coloured sparkles on the loo.
they thought the illustrations were good.
Who is Fitzy Fox?author: Amelia Trompf
illustrator: Jennifer BruceFitzy Fox is feeling befuddled. He always thought he was a dog … but everyone calls him ‘Foxy’. To solve this existential crisis, Fitzy sets out on an expedition that journeys from Melbourne to London, to uncover the truth of his furry identity.

Huntingdon school year k-3 gave the book 5 stars

the kids were extremely intrigued with he adventures of Fitz fox and his quest of discovery, is he a fox? or a dog? the children  debate this throughout the book with each other and their were many I told you so’s at the end.

they enjoyed the illustrations recommend the story to “everyone”

Mrs Dog is a farm dog at the end of her working life. She spends her days shadowing the steps of Tall-One — the farmer. When the pair discover an abandoned lamb one day, Mrs Dog adopts the stray and the lamb becomes her surrogate pup, learning the ways of dogs and life on the farm. Until one day Mrs Dog goes missing. And that’s when everything changes…

This is a story about change, courage and determination. It’s the story about an old farm dog who rescues a lamb, and the lamb who rescues her right back.

Huntingdon school years k-4 gave the book 5 stars
all of the children were fascinated with the baby lamb called Baa-Rah and how  a dog would teach the lamb. They enjoyed the special bond between the animals and were happy she saved the little lamb, and inturn when the lamb saves her.
they thought the name tall one for the humans was funny.
they all thought the illustrations were wonderful and called it a book with love and cuteness.

Australia Illustrated by Tania McCartney

Australia. Big. Beautiful. Diverse. From the First People to washing lines and crocodiles, football and sunshine, koalas and akubras, skyscrapers and beaches that squeak, this 96-page picture book is a glorious tribute to this wide brown land and its rich and varied multicultural communities. Vibrantly illustrated with watercolour, ink and mono-printing, Australia Illustrated not only celebrates the more ‘typical’ Australian flora, fauna and landmarks, it also showcases the everyday quirks and idiosyncrasies that make Australia unique: the many types of rain, Greek street food, Sydney ferries, cattle breeds, the plants of the Daintree. Even the quokka selfie epidemic is featured!

Divided into Australia-wide entries as well as state and territory specific elements, readers will learn more about the endemic plants, animals, foods, landmarks, sports and oddities that make the regions around Australia special. Whimsical, humorous, high in detail, and guaranteed to delight both children and adults, this is a portrait of Australia like you’ve never seen it before. Grab your snorkel. Let’s dive in!
Huntingdon school years 4-6 gave it 5 stars see review here

they were enthralled with what would be in each state and loved sharing if they had been to a particular location.

they thought the illustrations captured Australia’s humour and things important to us.

Aaron age 11 gave it 5 stars SEE REVIEW HERE

he said “this is a really good  book it was fun looking at it with my mum and dad we had fun reading it”

he liked everything about it his favourite part was “all of it”

Dance with Me, by Penny Harrison illustrated by Gwynneth Jones
A ballerina in a music box loves nothing more than to dance. But when the little girl who owns the box grows up, who will dance with the ballerina then? A gorgeous story about treasured possessions and the memories they hold  
 
Huntington school class 2-4 gave it 5 stars.
they enjoyed the story and liked how the pictures went from cartoon to real life.
and all loved the fact she never left the room.
Huntington class k-2 gave It 5 stars
they loved the story and were happy that the ballerina got to dance again.
they thought the pictures were great and loved the, bee and leopard
some of the girls loved it because they have the same box.
Patch and Ruby by Anouska Jones illustrated by Gwynneth Jones
Patch the pony is lonely. Sometimes it feels as if he doesn’t quite fit in on the farm. But one day something happens that changes his life forever. A wonderful tale about friendship and finding out where you belong. 
 
Huntingdon school class k-2 gave it 5 stars see review here
the kids loved this story they were so excited when ruby arrived ” they are going to have a  Baby Pony”
they though the illustrations were fun and beautiful  and had squeals of laughter when she was drawing on her horse’s bottom. and were so happy when ruby arrived ” now he has a friend”
Huntingdon school class 2-4 gave it 4 stars
the kids thought the story was great they loved the chickens, “horse story’s are always the best”
The Great Sock Secret by Susan Whelan illustrated by Gwynneth Jones 
Sarah’s mother is tired of finding odd socks in the laundry basket. Where do all the missing socks go? Sarah knows. But her mother mustn’t find out! A fantastical adventure into an imaginative fairy-filled world. Beautifully presented in a slipcase, these contemporary stories on traditional themes combine to create a modern classic.
Huntingdon school class k-2 gave it 5 + stars see review here
the kids loved this story they all enjoyed finding the location and activity of the fairy’s on each page
they wanted to take the book to show mum  where the socks go!
 
Phillip age 3.5 gave it 5 stars
said “this was the best book the fairy’s are so funny” and  “I hope they come and steal my socks”
he wanted to read it again straight away!

Bird and Bear are the best of friends.

When Bird takes Bear to the park for a very special day, there are so many things to do and see. They discover high and low, short and tall, and even big and small.

But will Bear remember that it is Bird’s birthday?

This early learning picture book looks at opposites, shadow play, and friendship. It is a beautiful follow-up picture book to Bird and Bear by award-winning illustrator Ann James.

play group age 3-5 and mums gave it 5 stars
this was a hit with kids and parents when I read this, the kids loved all the things they did with their shadows and reflections the parents loved the simplicity and called it  a beautiful book.
Huntingdon class k-2 gave it 5 stars see review here
they enjoyed this one and liked all the things that they got up to and that is was his Birdday

‘You’re Different Jemima’ – BY JEDIDAH MORLEY

Jemima likes to sing loud, dance her own moves and use her imagination, but her teacher and the other kids think she’s too ‘different’. When Mrs Chuckles takes over the class, Jemima discovers that being different is WONDERFUL!

A book to make children feel special about what makes them ‘different’.
Huntingdon class 2-4 gave it 5 stars see review here

the kids liked this story they said it was fun and interesting they were all happy when Jemima got to be herself, they all thought her picture of the duck was great so did their teacher!

Mechanica  by Lance Balchin

Welcome to future Earth.

Despite repeated warnings, the environment has become polluted to such an extent that many areas of the globe have become uninhabitable, and wildlife is now extinct.

From the ashes, a new style of ‘wildlife’ is created. Wildlife that will not remain harnessed by humankind.

Welcome to the world of Mechanica.

This beautiful picture book, created by Brisbane-based illustrator and author Lance Balchin, is an encyclopedia of Mechanica creatures with a fictional narrative

Huntingdon school class 5-6 gave it 5 stars
read this to the year 5-6 class they thoroughly enjoyed it. they were amazed at the detail in the illustrations
and the possibility of a realistic futuristic world with mechanical insects  that had jet engines.
Aiden age 11 check out his review here he gave it 5 stars
Aiden said that he loved the book and liked that his dad enjoyed it to he recommends it to anyone to read.
William age 8 check out his review here
he liked how it gave you all the detailed information on each animal.

didn’t want Mrs Cyclopolos to explode. I just wanted a paper round.

My name is Charlie Ian Duncan. I will be 12 on 2 February. I have written this history of my war with the grannies because I need everyone to know that I didn’t mean for Mrs Cyclopolos to blow up. I just wanted a paper round.

When I say ‘my war with the grannies’, I really mean the war I waged alongside my best friend Hils, my second-best-friend Rashid, Peter the Iraqi who isn’t afraid of anything (well apart from one thing), Warren and his magical bike TwelveSpeed and those crazy people we met underground.

The grannies started it when I asked them about a paper round and they sprayed me in the face with rooster brand chilli sauce and made me think that I was dead. Hils and I decided to go to war with them but then I discovered one of the grannies had a glass eye and I wasn’t sure if it was okay to go to war against someone with a glass eye but then I discovered that the granny with the glass eye could pinch bricks in half, turn her snot-covered hankies into deadly throwing weapons and possessed a truly terrible device called the Gnashing Gnet.

It’s all true.

Especially the bit about me not wanting anyone to blow up

William age 8 gave it 4 stars check out his review here
William though it was funny and thought it was a great story
Maxidents Happen flood zone By Michel Deverall

When Max accidentally leaves the bath running upstairs, nothing could prepare him for the chaos that follows. To make matters worse, he and his family have left the house for the morning and won’t be back for several hours.

It’s not until a half-time break at Max’s footy game that he remembers the tap is still running at home. With his parents now at his sister’s netball grand-final, Max has no choice but to take some random kid’s bike from the footy ground, so he can ride home and hopefully bucket out the water before his parents find out.
However, as you’ll soon come to expect from Max, there are always a few disasters along the way.

Will Max make it home in time to save his house from flooding, or will he find himself in serious trouble?

Bryce de Silva check out his review HERE
Bryce gave the book 5 stars and said ” it was so good that I didn’t want to put it down”
Rebecca Age 8 see her review HERE
she gave it 5 stars and recommends anyone to read it as she loved it.
Petunia Paris’s Parrot By Katie Haworth Illustrated by Jo Williamson

Petunia Paris has everything she could possibly want, from a swimming pool to a bicycle with its very own chauffeur.

When she requests a parrot for her fifth birthday, a parrot is what she gets. The problem is, Petunia Paris’s parrot doesn’t do what Petunia Paris wants it to do . . .

A hilarious story with a moral lesson brought to life with classic and witty illustrations by Jo Williamson.

Huntingdon school years 3-4 gave it five stars
they liked how the colour changed on each page, and liked that she didn’t give up trying, they loved that he got to go home to peru.
preschool ages 4-6
they enjoyed the book they gave it 4 stars, they liked all the things she gave the parrot, and loved it when the parrot got to go home and talked.
Audrey Age 8 check out her review here
Audrey enjoyed the book she gave it 3.5 stars

Climb by Caroline Tuohey

I love to climb things when I play,

And yesterday I climbed all day.

See what I climbed …
Playgroup aged 3-6 see review here

children enjoyed the reading of this story with the rhyme and adventure, they were eager for me to read it again

Sasha and Jack see review here

they both liked this story, jack loves to climb was excited to see what he would climb next

A Trip to the Moon by Ann-Marie Finn
Lying in his bed one night, Liam woke up and saw a bright light. It shone through the window and Liam could see, that his room was lit up as bright as could be… Join Liam as he investigates the mysterious bright light and his imagination takes him on an amazing adventure.
Zack aged 7 see review here
he really enjoyed the story as he has a love for space it has become a bedtime favourite for Zack and his dad.
Wauchope preschool
the kids loved the story was about the moon and had a rocket especially the boys, liked finding the alien on the pages. had a great discussion of what could be on the moon.
Oliver’s grumbles by Yvonne Mes and Giuseppe Poli
oliver is a happy little boy, until one day he wakes up with Grumbles in his head…. and Grumbles IN HIS BED!!
The Grumbles dance on Oliver’s chest, tug at his ears and cause all sorts of trouble for him, but when they run away with his snuggle blanket it’s the last straw!
Will Oliver work out a way to tame those terrible Grumbles?
Huntingdon school years K-3 see reviews here they gave it 5 stars
the kids really enjoyed this book they were all very excited to see what the grumbles got up to, they all thought they were really cute.
they all have their own grumbles sometimes
Orrick aged 6
thought the book was really good and loved the grumbles
Was Not Me! By Shannon Horsfall
A very funny book about a cheeky twin brother, ‘Not Me’. Sure to delight pre-schoolers – and their exasperated parents! ‘I have a naughty twin brother who only I see, A cheeky twin brother. His name is Not Me’. From talented debut author-illustrator Shannon Horsfall, comes a playful, funny and charming book about a young boy who escapes getting into trouble with his mother by declaring, ‘No, was Not Me.’
Kindergarten aged 5-6 see review here
The class thought this book was great, and were all excited when reading it to see what would happen next.
quite a few said they say “it was not me” a lot.
Phillip aged 3.5 see review here
Phillip loved this book it has become his new favourite book
By Jacqueline De Rose-Ahern Illustrated By Sophie Norsa
Charlie is off on the first of his adventures with his Family…. to
HAWAII!
with his friend, Kai and his dad ,Amoka, Charlie is set on a discovery of different clues to uncover the spirit of
Aloha!”
 Join Charlie and his family, and follow their adventure across the world on your very own ‘Charlie’s Adventures’ map!
Huntingdon School years k-4 see review here they gave it 4 stars
they really enjoyed the story and enjoyed discovering the countries on the map included.
they thought the words sounded funny
Aiden Age 6 gave it 4 stars
I thought the book was good, I think it would be good if you were going to go to Hawaii cause the words would help me speak to the people there. Q: Have you been to Hawaii. A: no but it looks pretty fun
ELLE & Buddy
By K.D Rausin and Illustrated by Muza Ulasowski
Elle is afraid to ride a Ferris wheel, but after she learns to use a racing wheelchair, it gives her the courage to face her fear.
Huntingdonschool class k-3 see review here. gave it 4 stars
They really enjoyed the book and asked a lot of questions and liked that it was about a real person. they thoroughly enjoyed the pictures especially the lizard and seagulls
Sharia aged 6 see review here
she really enjoyed the book her big cousin is in a wheelchair but not a racing one was going to tell him about it.

Digbys moon mission

By Renee Price Illustrated By Anil Tortop

One night, Digby Fixit wakes to find his room in too much darkness!

Discovering the moon in a frightful state, he plans a clever rescue mission to bring back the light of night.

Huntingdon school Class k-3 see review here they gave it 5 stars
The kids really enjoyed this title they all got excited with the story, they enjoyed telling me which foods they liked and disliked! to feed to the moon.
Phillip aged 3.5
the moon must like peas cause they make you grow big and burp!
Jamie Brown is not rich by Adam Wallace

Jamie Brown and his family have no money. None. Zip. Zilch. Zero. Nada. Nix. Nachos. Then. when a letter from the mysterious Barnaby Von Barnabus arrives, changes everything.the question is…. can the browns handle their new found fourtune? Only time, and mabey the words in this book will tell.

pages: 186

age guide: 6-10

Huntingdon school years 5-6 gave it 5 stars
I read a couple of chapter’s to senior classes,  I had the whole class ask to take the book home and review it they were completely enthralled in the book and loved the humour.
watch this spot for the reviews!!
Nikesh aged 10 gave it 5 stars check out his review here
he said it was funny and he recommends this book for everyone!!
Kyle Age 11 gave it 5 stars check out his review here
he said it was good and funny
Reece aged 12 see review here Gave it 5 stars
This is one of the funniest books I have ever read.
its about a boy named Jamie brown and his family who are really poor but get money I loved it I gave it 5 stars, I couldn’t put it down, I would recommend this book to anyone who likes funny books.
the cover is a hologram which is cool.

I wish my mum was an Octopus By Shona Revie Keenan & Lee Burgemeestre.

Shona Keenan’s son Lachlan at aged four said exactly how she felt- there was not enough of her to go around.
what amazed her was that he gave the tentacles to th4e phone, kitchen, laundry ,work, siblings etc, first.
and tentacle 8 just wanted he and her to be together.
Pages 32
Age group: 4-6

 REVIEWS

Huntingdon school years K-2 see review here

All loved the book  and all though having a mum with tenticals like an octopus was a great idea.

they gave it 4 stars

Phillip Aged 3.5

he wished he could be the octopus to help his mum and dad

Forest Wonder, By Caroline Tuohey, illustrated By Muza Ulasowski

Along the logs, the ferns and trees
are beetles bugs and buzzy bees.
They each have special jobs to do
from morning time, the whole day through.
Then as darkness falls, something remarkable takes place.
A forest wonder
Pages : 32
Age Group: 0-6
Huntingdon school years k-6 see review here they gave it 5 stars
All loved the book the older years thought the illustrations were amazing and liked the rhyming story
the younger years were enthralled all throughout the reading told me I needed more Smiley faces for review “like a Gazillion more”
Wauchope Preschool Caterpillar Room 3-4 Years
 Really enjoyed reading this, they loved naming all the animals that they saw in the Illustrations.
Sarah Aged 5
Thought it was really fun and would like to go outside to find the hidden door!!
Ella Aged 5
 “I want to go to the party I like to go to party’s and this one is dress up”. pictures are pretty.
Huntingdon School Class 3-4 see review here
Loved the book liked that it was about pirates and pigs. Thought it was fun and all enjoyed the Illustrations and the names of the pigs. they gave it 4 stars
A Ferret Named Phil   By William Reimer

It is the story of a small ferret who overcomes a big bully without resorting to violence, told completely in rhyme.Phil is the happiest of ferrets as he sits by the lake with Jane, until the mean Hugo the hawk ruins their picnic! Instead of feeling intimidated, Phil comes up with a cunning way to show the bully that he isn’t afraid to stand up to him.

Pages 32

age Group:  2-6

class at Saint Anthony’s School
overall the kids liked the book, they liked that Phil stood up for himself to save Jane. Gave it 4 stars
Georgie aged 7 check out her review here
Mitchell aged 8 check out his review here
Sophie Age 7 check out her review Here
Charlie Age 7 check out his review here
Beetle Boy
Jacob age 11
Liked the book gave it four stars check out his review here
Marcus aged 12
I really liked this book it was really exciting and I didn’t get bored reading it.
I love beetles and mystery books. see his review here
I gave it 5 stars
The unlikely adventures of Mable Jones
Drew de Silva, age 9 gave it 4.5 stars see review here
Drew enjoyed the book and recommends it for anyone it is funny emotional and serious all at the same time.
Rachel aged 8 gave it 5 stars
I  really like this book, its really funny, there are a few bits that made me laugh so hard.
its about pirates and I like pirates the pictures were great.
Mable Jones is really funny and silly my dad liked it too.
brock aged 10 gave it 4 stars
Its a book about a girl kidnaped by pirates for doing the deed.
It is a really funny book, the narrator has funny comments, and the characters were really good and I enjoyed reading it..
I think anyone would like this book
Space alien at planet dad
Dylan aged 6
I like this book because it had really good pictures and Jake has laser beam eyes.
it was fun
Wauchope Preschool butterflies room ages 4-5
all enjoyed the book, especially the boys they loved the illustrations of aliens, space ships and col stuff.
Harry Aged 6
                                        I liked when the alien came and when the boy put his force field on. I liked the pictures

Phillip Aged 3

liked the pictures and “how the rabbits do the same stuff as me except snow can we go to the snow”

Wauchope preschool joeys room  aged 3-4 read this title.

enjoyed the book it brought up topic of rabbits as some of them own pet rabbits.

Riley Aged 3

I love this book, it has lots of different rabbits. its good how they say goodnight like me.

look how they dig holes

EVERYTHING BUT THE KITCHEN SINK

author: Joestte Hennessy
illustrator: Lara Sim

ages 3-6

Will Squirt ever understand Dad’s funny way of speaking? In his quest to do so, Squirt may just discover the most powerful language of all — that of the heart. Join a boy and his slang-slinging dad in this fun, rhyming journey through some of Australia’s most popular idioms — best taken with a grain of salt!

Huntingdon Class 2-4 gave this 4 stars
The kids thought this was funny there was a few times when the slang wasn’t understood but made for great laughter when meaning was explained.

they all enjoyed telling me the funny sayings their own dad has.

I HATE RULES!author: Alley Bucci
illustrator: Lauren Mullinderages 3-6

Nicholas loves causing mischief and mayhem for his mother. What does anyone need rules for anyway?  A funny and sweet cautionary tale about why doing as you’re told has its uses (now and again).

Classes k-3 Gave this book 5 stars

the kids were all in unison Rules are Ridiculous, all of them yelled out with a groan

laughter and enjoyment was on the cards with this title, everyone agreed a rule free day is a great idea and wanted to take it home to show their parents. i was told this is definitely a 5 star book

Teachers agreed great book for kids and parents.

THE MOONBOWauthor: Fiona Levings

ages 3-6

Huntington school class 2-4 gave it 4 stars

they loved the idea of a Moonbow and thought the illustrations were fantastic.

and enjoyed the story of how they had different views from the same stump.

Superstar Grandmas

Author: Andrea Gallagher
illustrator: David Clare

ages 3-6
“Grandmas are great,  nannas are fun.  They’re all so different … Who’s your favourite one?” An alphabet in rhyme, based on the true lives and faces of some beloved grandmas, oumas and nonnas!

the kids at preschool gave the book 4 stars

they thought it was great that it was the alphabet, so many different grandmas, each would yell if their grandma did the particular activity.

 

Author Mica Lynnah
age 15+
This story comes from within you and within me…
to be kept close or to pass on with the wind.
A key, some girls and the moon…
International storyteller Evita brings this evocative tale into the world; a wisdom story to empower girls in this age.
Courtney Aged 17 gave it 4 stars
check out her review here
thought it was lovely with a spiritual feeling and the illustrations were stunning

Mystery In Mer

Author: Eugenie Lumbers

Marilla and Jerry are two merfolk who live in the waters of Port Stephens, where they have many friends in the sea and on the shores. Years ago, when she was very small, Marilla’s parents disappeared. Now she only has her grandmother to care for her. On a trip with her dolphin friends up the east coast of Australia, Marilla learns of the mystery of Esmeralda Cove. Convinced it involves the fate of her lost family, she is determined to solve it. Marilla and Jerry embark on a dangerous adventure.

Drew aged 9 gave the book 4.5 stars

He thought the story was a wonderful tale that was impossible to put down.

His favourite part was when Marrack fought Petron, it was an epic battle of evil V’s good

Check out his full review  here

Jack and Mia

Written by: Robert Vescio
Illustrated by: Claire Richards

Jack and Mia are best friends. They stick together like paper and glue.

Then the unthinkable happens … Mia’s family has to move away. How can they prove that distance is no barrier to friendship?

A heartwarming story about loneliness, acceptance and the separation of close friends.

Huntingdon school class k-2 gave it 5 stars

the class thought this was a great book with big bright pictures, they loved the fun things they got up to, and felt sad when Mia moved across the sea, but were happy when they found a way to still play from across the world. “friendship is important” “I love my best friend I have 5”

their favourite part was when the were sick and talked into cans

they recommend this book to kids with best friends

Baby Bear is curious, he goes where Mama said, ‘Don’t!’ He finds himself adrift in a BIG, BIG ocean! Will Mama find him before his piece of pack ice melts?

A story for early childhood and lower primary with themes of risk taking, keeping safe, obeying rules, becoming lost and being found. The book also introduces small children to the idea of protecting our environment, animal habitats, melting of the pack ice and global warming.

Preschool age 3-5 Gave it 5 stars
The children were amazed by the wonderful illustrations and seeing all the different animals, they were captivated throughout the reading, happy the cute cub found his way home.
 
Huntingdon school years k-2  gave it 5 stars
they called the book filled with cuteness
the kids all wanted a baby polar bear for themselves, they were all happy when he got home,
they enjoyed the facts about polar bears and were sad they are endangered.
when asked about there favourite parts
“all of it but especially the Curtness”
see review here

Do Not Open This Book

Andy Lee / Heath McKenzie (Illustrator)
This guy will do anything for you not to open this book!
Threats, bribes, reverse psychology – you name it!
A hilarious new book from radio extraordinaire and all-round funny guy, Andy Lee.
Young readers will love doing everything they’re asked not to!
Phillip AGE 3.5 gave it 5 stars then some
he has told all his friends about “DONT TURN THE PAGE” and is a favourite in his household
Wauchope preschool age 3-5 gave it 5 stars
all the kids were very excited about this book and screamed turn the page all the way through the book, eager to find out what would happen.
Huntingdon school class 3-4 gave it 5 stars
this book was read Twice on reading day as they were all very excited to read it
teachers came in wondering what all the screaming was about and joined in the “TURN THE PAGE”
except they wanted motorbikes and gold not to turn the page.
The Small Fiveauthor: Ralph Johnstone
illustrator: Harriet StanesYou’ve probably heard of Africa’s ‘Big Five’: the lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino and elephant. But did you know there are five little animals who share their names, and can fit in the palm of your hand? See what happens when the ‘Small Five’ go up against their big cousins – in a battle of wit, wills, and some extraordinary skills! A little rhyme with a big heart.

Huntingdon school class k-2 they gave it 4 stars

the kids enjoyed this title they were amazed that little animals share the same name as the big five and asked if they were real animals.

they were happy that the smaller animals won against the bigger and wanted to find out about the lesser known animals.

they recommend it for kids who like animals.

book group age 3-5 gave it 4 stars

this book appealed to the kids with the rhyming text and they thought the pictures were great, happily pointing out the animals they knew while asking about the ones they didn’t.

they thought it was funny that the little animals won and loved the antlion doodlebug.

Muesli on My Brother’s Head

Muesli on my brother’s head, mashed sweet potato on the bed! A series of mischievous messes and accidental calamities from the author of Where Do Teachers Go at Night?

Book group age 3-5 gave the book 4 stars
the children got into the rhyming text  and the mischievous things he got up to in this book. they enjoyed the illustrations,but thought a super hero was meant to be good and not bad and were glad when he wanted to be good.
preschool age 3-5 gave the book 4 stars
the children thoroughly enjoyed the silly things our masked boy got up to, their favourite was coloured sparkles on the loo.
they thought the illustrations were good.
Who is Fitzy Fox?author: Amelia Trompf
illustrator: Jennifer BruceFitzy Fox is feeling befuddled. He always thought he was a dog … but everyone calls him ‘Foxy’. To solve this existential crisis, Fitzy sets out on an expedition that journeys from Melbourne to London, to uncover the truth of his furry identity.

Huntingdon school year k-3 gave the book 5 stars

the kids were extremely intrigued with he adventures of Fitz fox and his quest of discovery, is he a fox? or a dog? the children  debate this throughout the book with each other and their were many I told you so’s at the end.

they enjoyed the illustrations recommend the story to “everyone”

Mrs Dog is a farm dog at the end of her working life. She spends her days shadowing the steps of Tall-One — the farmer. When the pair discover an abandoned lamb one day, Mrs Dog adopts the stray and the lamb becomes her surrogate pup, learning the ways of dogs and life on the farm. Until one day Mrs Dog goes missing. And that’s when everything changes…

This is a story about change, courage and determination. It’s the story about an old farm dog who rescues a lamb, and the lamb who rescues her right back.

Huntingdon school years k-4 gave the book 5 stars
all of the children were fascinated with the baby lamb called Baa-Rah and how  a dog would teach the lamb. They enjoyed the special bond between the animals and were happy she saved the little lamb, and inturn when the lamb saves her.
they thought the name tall one for the humans was funny.
they all thought the illustrations were wonderful and called it a book with love and cuteness.

Australia Illustrated by Tania McCartney

Australia. Big. Beautiful. Diverse. From the First People to washing lines and crocodiles, football and sunshine, koalas and akubras, skyscrapers and beaches that squeak, this 96-page picture book is a glorious tribute to this wide brown land and its rich and varied multicultural communities. Vibrantly illustrated with watercolour, ink and mono-printing, Australia Illustrated not only celebrates the more ‘typical’ Australian flora, fauna and landmarks, it also showcases the everyday quirks and idiosyncrasies that make Australia unique: the many types of rain, Greek street food, Sydney ferries, cattle breeds, the plants of the Daintree. Even the quokka selfie epidemic is featured!

Divided into Australia-wide entries as well as state and territory specific elements, readers will learn more about the endemic plants, animals, foods, landmarks, sports and oddities that make the regions around Australia special. Whimsical, humorous, high in detail, and guaranteed to delight both children and adults, this is a portrait of Australia like you’ve never seen it before. Grab your snorkel. Let’s dive in!
Huntingdon school years 4-6 gave it 5 stars see review here

they were enthralled with what would be in each state and loved sharing if they had been to a particular location.

they thought the illustrations captured Australia’s humour and things important to us.

Aaron age 11 gave it 5 stars SEE REVIEW HERE

he said “this is a really good  book it was fun looking at it with my mum and dad we had fun reading it”

he liked everything about it his favourite part was “all of it”

Dance with Me, by Penny Harrison illustrated by Gwynneth Jones
A ballerina in a music box loves nothing more than to dance. But when the little girl who owns the box grows up, who will dance with the ballerina then? A gorgeous story about treasured possessions and the memories they hold  
 
Huntington school class 2-4 gave it 5 stars.
they enjoyed the story and liked how the pictures went from cartoon to real life.
and all loved the fact she never left the room.
Huntington class k-2 gave It 5 stars
they loved the story and were happy that the ballerina got to dance again.
they thought the pictures were great and loved the, bee and leopard
some of the girls loved it because they have the same box.
Patch and Ruby by Anouska Jones illustrated by Gwynneth Jones
Patch the pony is lonely. Sometimes it feels as if he doesn’t quite fit in on the farm. But one day something happens that changes his life forever. A wonderful tale about friendship and finding out where you belong. 
 
Huntingdon school class k-2 gave it 5 stars see review here
the kids loved this story they were so excited when ruby arrived ” they are going to have a  Baby Pony”
they though the illustrations were fun and beautiful  and had squeals of laughter when she was drawing on her horse’s bottom. and were so happy when ruby arrived ” now he has a friend”
Huntingdon school class 2-4 gave it 4 stars
the kids thought the story was great they loved the chickens, “horse story’s are always the best”
The Great Sock Secret by Susan Whelan illustrated by Gwynneth Jones 
Sarah’s mother is tired of finding odd socks in the laundry basket. Where do all the missing socks go? Sarah knows. But her mother mustn’t find out! A fantastical adventure into an imaginative fairy-filled world. Beautifully presented in a slipcase, these contemporary stories on traditional themes combine to create a modern classic.
Huntingdon school class k-2 gave it 5 + stars see review here
the kids loved this story they all enjoyed finding the location and activity of the fairy’s on each page
they wanted to take the book to show mum  where the socks go!
 
Phillip age 3.5 gave it 5 stars
said “this was the best book the fairy’s are so funny” and  “I hope they come and steal my socks”
he wanted to read it again straight away!

Bird and Bear are the best of friends.

When Bird takes Bear to the park for a very special day, there are so many things to do and see. They discover high and low, short and tall, and even big and small.

But will Bear remember that it is Bird’s birthday?

This early learning picture book looks at opposites, shadow play, and friendship. It is a beautiful follow-up picture book to Bird and Bear by award-winning illustrator Ann James.

play group age 3-5 and mums gave it 5 stars
this was a hit with kids and parents when I read this, the kids loved all the things they did with their shadows and reflections the parents loved the simplicity and called it  a beautiful book.
Huntingdon class k-2 gave it 5 stars see review here
they enjoyed this one and liked all the things that they got up to and that is was his Birdday

‘You’re Different Jemima’ – BY JEDIDAH MORLEY

Jemima likes to sing loud, dance her own moves and use her imagination, but her teacher and the other kids think she’s too ‘different’. When Mrs Chuckles takes over the class, Jemima discovers that being different is WONDERFUL!

A book to make children feel special about what makes them ‘different’.
Huntingdon class 2-4 gave it 5 stars see review here

the kids liked this story they said it was fun and interesting they were all happy when Jemima got to be herself, they all thought her picture of the duck was great so did their teacher!

Mechanica  by Lance Balchin

Welcome to future Earth.

Despite repeated warnings, the environment has become polluted to such an extent that many areas of the globe have become uninhabitable, and wildlife is now extinct.

From the ashes, a new style of ‘wildlife’ is created. Wildlife that will not remain harnessed by humankind.

Welcome to the world of Mechanica.

This beautiful picture book, created by Brisbane-based illustrator and author Lance Balchin, is an encyclopedia of Mechanica creatures with a fictional narrative

Huntingdon school class 5-6 gave it 5 stars
read this to the year 5-6 class they thoroughly enjoyed it. they were amazed at the detail in the illustrations
and the possibility of a realistic futuristic world with mechanical insects  that had jet engines.
Aiden age 11 check out his review here he gave it 5 stars
Aiden said that he loved the book and liked that his dad enjoyed it to he recommends it to anyone to read.
William age 8 check out his review here
he liked how it gave you all the detailed information on each animal.

didn’t want Mrs Cyclopolos to explode. I just wanted a paper round.

My name is Charlie Ian Duncan. I will be 12 on 2 February. I have written this history of my war with the grannies because I need everyone to know that I didn’t mean for Mrs Cyclopolos to blow up. I just wanted a paper round.

When I say ‘my war with the grannies’, I really mean the war I waged alongside my best friend Hils, my second-best-friend Rashid, Peter the Iraqi who isn’t afraid of anything (well apart from one thing), Warren and his magical bike TwelveSpeed and those crazy people we met underground.

The grannies started it when I asked them about a paper round and they sprayed me in the face with rooster brand chilli sauce and made me think that I was dead. Hils and I decided to go to war with them but then I discovered one of the grannies had a glass eye and I wasn’t sure if it was okay to go to war against someone with a glass eye but then I discovered that the granny with the glass eye could pinch bricks in half, turn her snot-covered hankies into deadly throwing weapons and possessed a truly terrible device called the Gnashing Gnet.

It’s all true.

Especially the bit about me not wanting anyone to blow up

William age 8 gave it 4 stars check out his review here
William though it was funny and thought it was a great story
Maxidents Happen flood zone By Michel Deverall

When Max accidentally leaves the bath running upstairs, nothing could prepare him for the chaos that follows. To make matters worse, he and his family have left the house for the morning and won’t be back for several hours.

It’s not until a half-time break at Max’s footy game that he remembers the tap is still running at home. With his parents now at his sister’s netball grand-final, Max has no choice but to take some random kid’s bike from the footy ground, so he can ride home and hopefully bucket out the water before his parents find out.
However, as you’ll soon come to expect from Max, there are always a few disasters along the way.

Will Max make it home in time to save his house from flooding, or will he find himself in serious trouble?

Bryce de Silva check out his review HERE
Bryce gave the book 5 stars and said ” it was so good that I didn’t want to put it down”
Rebecca Age 8 see her review HERE
she gave it 5 stars and recommends anyone to read it as she loved it.
Petunia Paris’s Parrot By Katie Haworth Illustrated by Jo Williamson

Petunia Paris has everything she could possibly want, from a swimming pool to a bicycle with its very own chauffeur.

When she requests a parrot for her fifth birthday, a parrot is what she gets. The problem is, Petunia Paris’s parrot doesn’t do what Petunia Paris wants it to do . . .

A hilarious story with a moral lesson brought to life with classic and witty illustrations by Jo Williamson.

Huntingdon school years 3-4 gave it five stars
they liked how the colour changed on each page, and liked that she didn’t give up trying, they loved that he got to go home to peru.
preschool ages 4-6
they enjoyed the book they gave it 4 stars, they liked all the things she gave the parrot, and loved it when the parrot got to go home and talked.
Audrey Age 8 check out her review here
Audrey enjoyed the book she gave it 3.5 stars

Climb by Caroline Tuohey

I love to climb things when I play,

And yesterday I climbed all day.

See what I climbed …
Playgroup aged 3-6 see review here

children enjoyed the reading of this story with the rhyme and adventure, they were eager for me to read it again

Sasha and Jack see review here

they both liked this story, jack loves to climb was excited to see what he would climb next

A Trip to the Moon by Ann-Marie Finn
Lying in his bed one night, Liam woke up and saw a bright light. It shone through the window and Liam could see, that his room was lit up as bright as could be… Join Liam as he investigates the mysterious bright light and his imagination takes him on an amazing adventure.
Zack aged 7 see review here
he really enjoyed the story as he has a love for space it has become a bedtime favourite for Zack and his dad.
Wauchope preschool
the kids loved the story was about the moon and had a rocket especially the boys, liked finding the alien on the pages. had a great discussion of what could be on the moon.
Oliver’s grumbles by Yvonne Mes and Giuseppe Poli
oliver is a happy little boy, until one day he wakes up with Grumbles in his head…. and Grumbles IN HIS BED!!
The Grumbles dance on Oliver’s chest, tug at his ears and cause all sorts of trouble for him, but when they run away with his snuggle blanket it’s the last straw!
Will Oliver work out a way to tame those terrible Grumbles?
Huntingdon school years K-3 see reviews here they gave it 5 stars
the kids really enjoyed this book they were all very excited to see what the grumbles got up to, they all thought they were really cute.
they all have their own grumbles sometimes
Orrick aged 6
thought the book was really good and loved the grumbles
Was Not Me! By Shannon Horsfall
A very funny book about a cheeky twin brother, ‘Not Me’. Sure to delight pre-schoolers – and their exasperated parents! ‘I have a naughty twin brother who only I see, A cheeky twin brother. His name is Not Me’. From talented debut author-illustrator Shannon Horsfall, comes a playful, funny and charming book about a young boy who escapes getting into trouble with his mother by declaring, ‘No, was Not Me.’
Kindergarten aged 5-6 see review here
The class thought this book was great, and were all excited when reading it to see what would happen next.
quite a few said they say “it was not me” a lot.
Phillip aged 3.5 see review here
Phillip loved this book it has become his new favourite book
By Jacqueline De Rose-Ahern Illustrated By Sophie Norsa
Charlie is off on the first of his adventures with his Family…. to
HAWAII!
with his friend, Kai and his dad ,Amoka, Charlie is set on a discovery of different clues to uncover the spirit of
Aloha!”
 Join Charlie and his family, and follow their adventure across the world on your very own ‘Charlie’s Adventures’ map!
Huntingdon School years k-4 see review here they gave it 4 stars
they really enjoyed the story and enjoyed discovering the countries on the map included.
they thought the words sounded funny
Aiden Age 6 gave it 4 stars
I thought the book was good, I think it would be good if you were going to go to Hawaii cause the words would help me speak to the people there. Q: Have you been to Hawaii. A: no but it looks pretty fun
ELLE & Buddy
By K.D Rausin and Illustrated by Muza Ulasowski
Elle is afraid to ride a Ferris wheel, but after she learns to use a racing wheelchair, it gives her the courage to face her fear.
Huntingdonschool class k-3 see review here. gave it 4 stars
They really enjoyed the book and asked a lot of questions and liked that it was about a real person. they thoroughly enjoyed the pictures especially the lizard and seagulls
Sharia aged 6 see review here
she really enjoyed the book her big cousin is in a wheelchair but not a racing one was going to tell him about it.

Digbys moon mission

By Renee Price Illustrated By Anil Tortop

One night, Digby Fixit wakes to find his room in too much darkness!

Discovering the moon in a frightful state, he plans a clever rescue mission to bring back the light of night.

Huntingdon school Class k-3 see review here they gave it 5 stars
The kids really enjoyed this title they all got excited with the story, they enjoyed telling me which foods they liked and disliked! to feed to the moon.
Phillip aged 3.5
the moon must like peas cause they make you grow big and burp!
Jamie Brown is not rich by Adam Wallace

Jamie Brown and his family have no money. None. Zip. Zilch. Zero. Nada. Nix. Nachos. Then. when a letter from the mysterious Barnaby Von Barnabus arrives, changes everything.the question is…. can the browns handle their new found fourtune? Only time, and mabey the words in this book will tell.

pages: 186

age guide: 6-10

Huntingdon school years 5-6 gave it 5 stars
I read a couple of chapter’s to senior classes,  I had the whole class ask to take the book home and review it they were completely enthralled in the book and loved the humour.
watch this spot for the reviews!!
Nikesh aged 10 gave it 5 stars check out his review here
he said it was funny and he recommends this book for everyone!!
Kyle Age 11 gave it 5 stars check out his review here
he said it was good and funny
Reece aged 12 see review here Gave it 5 stars
This is one of the funniest books I have ever read.
its about a boy named Jamie brown and his family who are really poor but get money I loved it I gave it 5 stars, I couldn’t put it down, I would recommend this book to anyone who likes funny books.
the cover is a hologram which is cool.

I wish my mum was an Octopus By Shona Revie Keenan & Lee Burgemeestre.

Shona Keenan’s son Lachlan at aged four said exactly how she felt- there was not enough of her to go around.
what amazed her was that he gave the tentacles to th4e phone, kitchen, laundry ,work, siblings etc, first.
and tentacle 8 just wanted he and her to be together.
Pages 32
Age group: 4-6

 REVIEWS

Huntingdon school years K-2 see review here

All loved the book  and all though having a mum with tenticals like an octopus was a great idea.

they gave it 4 stars

Phillip Aged 3.5

he wished he could be the octopus to help his mum and dad

Forest Wonder, By Caroline Tuohey, illustrated By Muza Ulasowski

Along the logs, the ferns and trees
are beetles bugs and buzzy bees.
They each have special jobs to do
from morning time, the whole day through.
Then as darkness falls, something remarkable takes place.
A forest wonder
Pages : 32
Age Group: 0-6
Huntingdon school years k-6 see review here they gave it 5 stars
All loved the book the older years thought the illustrations were amazing and liked the rhyming story
the younger years were enthralled all throughout the reading told me I needed more Smiley faces for review “like a Gazillion more”
Wauchope Preschool Caterpillar Room 3-4 Years
 Really enjoyed reading this, they loved naming all the animals that they saw in the Illustrations.
Sarah Aged 5
Thought it was really fun and would like to go outside to find the hidden door!!
Ella Aged 5
 “I want to go to the party I like to go to party’s and this one is dress up”. pictures are pretty.
Huntingdon School Class 3-4 see review here
Loved the book liked that it was about pirates and pigs. Thought it was fun and all enjoyed the Illustrations and the names of the pigs. they gave it 4 stars
A Ferret Named Phil   By William Reimer

It is the story of a small ferret who overcomes a big bully without resorting to violence, told completely in rhyme.Phil is the happiest of ferrets as he sits by the lake with Jane, until the mean Hugo the hawk ruins their picnic! Instead of feeling intimidated, Phil comes up with a cunning way to show the bully that he isn’t afraid to stand up to him.

Pages 32

age Group:  2-6

class at Saint Anthony’s School
overall the kids liked the book, they liked that Phil stood up for himself to save Jane. Gave it 4 stars
Georgie aged 7 check out her review here
Mitchell aged 8 check out his review here
Sophie Age 7 check out her review Here
Charlie Age 7 check out his review here
Beetle Boy
Jacob age 11
Liked the book gave it four stars check out his review here
Marcus aged 12
I really liked this book it was really exciting and I didn’t get bored reading it.
I love beetles and mystery books. see his review here
I gave it 5 stars
The unlikely adventures of Mable Jones
Drew de Silva, age 9 gave it 4.5 stars see review here
Drew enjoyed the book and recommends it for anyone it is funny emotional and serious all at the same time.
Rachel aged 8 gave it 5 stars
I  really like this book, its really funny, there are a few bits that made me laugh so hard.
its about pirates and I like pirates the pictures were great.
Mable Jones is really funny and silly my dad liked it too.
brock aged 10 gave it 4 stars
Its a book about a girl kidnaped by pirates for doing the deed.
It is a really funny book, the narrator has funny comments, and the characters were really good and I enjoyed reading it..
I think anyone would like this book
Space alien at planet dad
Dylan aged 6
I like this book because it had really good pictures and Jake has laser beam eyes.
it was fun
Wauchope Preschool butterflies room ages 4-5
all enjoyed the book, especially the boys they loved the illustrations of aliens, space ships and col stuff.
Harry Aged 6
                                        I liked when the alien came and when the boy put his force field on. I liked the pictures

Phillip Aged 3

liked the pictures and “how the rabbits do the same stuff as me except snow can we go to the snow”

Wauchope preschool joeys room  aged 3-4 read this title.

enjoyed the book it brought up topic of rabbits as some of them own pet rabbits.

Riley Aged 3

I love this book, it has lots of different rabbits. its good how they say goodnight like me.

look how they dig holes

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