In this leap year, why not take a leap with a slimy, sticky green tree frog and see what words and letters it brings your way.
Delve into your and others’ hearts with this week’s book. Words shape our world, let’s collect and use them wisely, with love and care.
Words can move us in many ways. Saying the right word when someone moves is important too. Enjoy this journey of finding a new home.
Celebrate and learn about the Lunar New Year with Ren. Discover new sweet treats, new family traditions and newsworthy words.
Starting school can be a wild adventure. Words can take you on a wild adventure too. What emotions will accompany you on your journey?
Dream big with Vashti Harrison and learn about the power of words and the emotions they can bring. What are your big dreams?
Mog’s bad memory but big heart combine to make a wonderful story. The combination of bases and affixes make some wonderful words too!
365 days, 52 weeks and countless moments – mornings, movie nights and birthdays. Time flies when you are exploring words!
Activists take action. Artists create. Artivists take action through art. Wordivists share great books that can be used for word inquiry!
Follow the ups and downs of migration in this autobiographical tale that inspires us to find strength in our own stories and in words.
Discover beauty in unexpected places. This book invites you to see past the ordinary, finding wonder in everyday things, including words.
So what might you study this week? How studious can you be? Persevere and we will see you on the other end of your achievements.
Be enlightened about words and Diwali, the ‘Festival of Lights’ as you read the delightful, The Light Within You.
There is much that lies beneath. The same is true for words, letters and the stories they tell. Come look beneath the letters with us!
In a dark, dark town in a dark, dark house lived two skeletons and their dog. And in that dark, dark, town there were some words…
Go walking, singing and resilience-building with Pete the Cat, learning when life throws unexpected things your way ‘it’s all good’.
Julian is creative. Julian is inspired. Julian is also a mermaid. Enjoy exploring words that may inspire you and your creativity.
Embrace the stories behind names and words and unite your community through this week’s text that celebrates identity and connection.
So many things to go deep into in this beautiful fact-filled reference book. Why not go deep with word inquiry too? So much to explore!
Does trying something new leave you shaking, trembling or even sobbing? Pascaline the bat feels the same in this ‘first-day jitters’ tale.