Featured Storyteller: Rachel Tribout, Author & illustrator of 'The Monsters of Tasmania'
Rachel Tribout is the author and illustrator of the children's book 'The Monsters of Tasmania', inspired by the raw and untouched wilderness of Tasmania. I was so excited to team...Read more
Beyond The Book - Fun Ways To Enjoy Book Week At Home
Encouraging a love of reading from an early age is a wonderful gift to give children. It is a great way for them to develop their imagination and creativity, as...Read more
Featured Storyteller Interview: Caryl Hart, author of children book 'How to Catch a Dragon'
Caryl Hart is a children's book author of many wonderful bestseller books including' How to Grow a Dinosaur' and 'Lunch on a Pirate Ship'. Ever since we read 'How to...Read more
Working with local emerging authors on bringing their stories to life
I met up for a coffee catch up with author and illustrator Rachel Tribout to talk about her wonderful book ‘Monsters of Tasmania’. Rachel's incredible book really builds on imagination...Read more
Under the Sea Storytelling time!
Our storybook & dress up boxes make storytelling fun, interactive and creative by including props such as dress up costumes and cut out themed pictures to use as puppets/props. Each box...Read more
Bringing the pirate story book to life with fun activities
Thinking up fun creative activity ideas for my little ones doesn’t come easy to me. Mainly because I’m run off my feet keeping my two little ones fed & clean,...Read more
Share the magic of imaginative play
Did you know that recent studies have found that pretend play or imaginative play can support early childhood development, including early literacy skills? Imaginative play helps children to act out...Read more