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Ginnie & Pinney A story about FAIRNESS

Author(s): Penny Harris, Winnie Zhou (click on the author's name for more titles)

Playing hide and seek is Ginnie's favourite game. But Ginnie has a problem. She is very bad at hiding and is always found before anyone esle. So when Ginnie disappears and can't be found, everyone is worried. Where could Ginnie be? Can the friends find Ginnie? How will Ginnie solve her "hide and seek" problem?

The Ginnie & Pinney multiplatform program is aimed for children, 3-8, to stimulate and enhance emotional intelligence, empathy and ethical decision-making. It includes an eight book set, eight animatic videos and a teacher resource.

Open-ended questions at the back of each book, created in consultation with Australian academics, aim to encourage lively discussion and ethical decision-making.

Each book is a 36 page full colour paperback.

The program is based on the Australian National Framework for Values Education and the Early Years Learning Framework for Australia.

Scan the QR Code on the back of the book and watch the story come to life in an on-screen animation!

Teaching Notes also available.

A set of fair trade character finger puppets can be purchased separately to encourage dramatic play with the story.

This book is part of a set; buy one book or the whole set for $125 in its own carrying case.

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RRP $17.95

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A Bedtime Story
Ginnie & Pinney A story about SHARING

Author(s): Penny Harris, Winnie Zhou (click on the author's name for more titles)

Ginnie & Pinney are excited. They have invited Dodo to his first sleepover but Dodo won't share or help. Is Dodo being a bad guest or is there a reason for Dodo's behaviour? When Dodo finally tells his friends the truth, they agree to share with him. But has Dodo learnt to share with them?

The Ginnie & Pinney multiplatform program is aimed for children, 3-8, to stimulate and enhance emotional intelligence, empathy and ethical decision-making. It includes an eight book set, eight animatic videos and a teacher resource.

Open-ended questions at the back of each book, created in consultation with Australian academics, aim to encourage lively discussion and ethical decision-making.

Each book is a 36 page full colour paperback.

The program is based on the Australian National Framework for Values Education and the Early Years Learning Framework for Australia.

Scan the QR Code on the back of the book and watch the story come to life in an on-screen animation!

Teaching Notes also available.

A set of fair trade character finger puppets can be purchased separately to encourage dramatic play with the story.

This book is part of a set; buy one book or the whole set for $125 in its own carrying case.

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RRP $17.95

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A Brand New Band
Ginnie & Pinney A story about INCLUSIVENESS

Author(s): Penny Harris, Winnie Zhou (click on the author's name for more titles)

Pinney is excited about putting on a concert with his friends. But when Lulu is excluded from joining in and the concert isn't going well, Pinney realises Lulu might have something to offer after all. Will Lulu forgive her friends and save the concert? And what will Pinney have to give up if she does?

The Ginnie & Pinney multiplatform program is aimed for children, 3-8, to stimulate and enhance emotional intelligence, empathy and ethical decision-making. It includes an eight book set, eight animatic videos and a teacher resource.

Open-ended questions at the back of each book, created in consultation with Australian academics, aim to encourage lively discussion and ethical decision-making.

Each book is a 36 page full colour paperback.

The program is based on the Australian National Framework for Values Education and the Early Years Learning Framework for Australia.

Scan the QR Code on the back of the book and watch the story come to life in an on-screen animation!

Teaching Notes also available.

A set of fair trade character finger puppets can be purchased separately to encourage dramatic play with the story.

This book is part of a set; buy one book or the whole set for $125 in its own carrying case.

More information

RRP $17.95

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A Sense of Wonder
Science in Early Childhood Education

Author(s): Jenny Aitken, Jan Hunt, Elizabeth Roy, Bess Sajfar (click on the author's name for more titles)

A Sense of Wonder explores the possibilities for experiencing science in early childhood settings, together with practical ideas to inspire early childhood educators and pre-service students.

The book outlines an early childhood science framework divided into four learning areas: biological science, physical science, earth science and environmental science. The framework also includes the science learning areas identified in the Australian Curriculum for Primary School: biological science, physical science, chemical science, and earth and space science.

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RRP $49.95

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A to Z of Special Needs
A Practical Resource for Early Childhood and Primary Teachers

Author(s): Anne Vize (click on the author's name for more titles)

This indispensable reference covers 50 disabilities in easily accessible double-page spreads including autism, asthma, ADHD, coeliac disease, cerebral palsy, developmental delay, dyslexia, epilepsy, obesity, muscular dystrophy, visual processing disorders, and many others.

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RRP $39.95

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Adults and Children Learning Together

Author(s): Pam Hanna (click on the author's name for more titles)

Through the use of many colourful and interesting stories and examples, this book makes a very persuasive case for looking carefully and listening sensitively to children as a basis for planning. Relevant to both centre-based and family day care settings, in both Australia and New Zealand, it gives new meaning to the idea of 'starting with the child'.
Written for educators who are focussed on, and proactive about extending young children's learning.

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RRP $39.95

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Are These Your Glasses?

Author(s): Gavin McCormack (click on the author's name for more titles)

Are These Your Glasses? tells the tale of, Sergio, a lonely penguin who is faced with many hurdles as he grows up. Sergio is a champion against bullying. With his father as a guide, he learns some valuable lessons.These lessons help him to show great determination and strength as he tries to find true friendship.

The book has been designed to inspire deep conversations within the classroom and home about what it feels like to be excluded. It explains how we can overcome bullying with care and love.

The story of Sergio has the potential to educate children on a variety of levels. It inspires deep conversations about what it feels like to be excluded from a group and teaches children that the gift of kindness is the greatest gift of all.

As Sergio embarks on his quest for love, the sky ‘Aurora Australis’ changes its colour depending on his emotional state. This should allow those children who find it difficult to express their emotions in words to relate to Sergio’s situation. The book has a strong moral focus with many fine details and inferential clues within the beautiful illustrations which can be great discussion starters with children. And to top it all off, it has a beautiful ending.

The book is supported by detailed guides for parents and educators to assist them to extend the learning with the children in their care.

About the author
Gavin McCormack is a primary school teacher based in Sydney Australia who wants to make a difference. As a child, he was bullied at school. The feeling of the bullying he faced stayed with him well into his adult life. After working with children for almost 20 years, he has seen patterns emerging, especially in those children who are socially excluded. He decided to write this book to eradicate social exclusion in primary schools and to educate young people about the long-term effects of bullying and exclusion.

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RRP $29.95

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Assessment for Learning
Documentation and Planning for the EYLF

Author(s): Bridie Raban (click on the author's name for more titles)

Planning and observation are at the heart of any early years setting, and this straight-to-the-point guide gives a wealth of clear instructions on best practice in planning for young children’s learning, and observing their development.

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RRP $39.95

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At the Beach with Lizzie and Luke

Endorsed by Surf Life Saving Australia, and based on two young lifesavers, "At the Beach with Lizzie and Luke" focuses on the adventures of Lizzie and Luke as they perform their monthly surf patrol at Paradise Beach. The book contains vibrant, coloured illustrations and targets young readers, 3-7 years of age, providing an entertaining story but at the same time reinforcing important safety information. Learning to educate children early, on how to be safe while enjoying our beautiful beaches, can only serve to help enhance their personal safety. Each book contains general safety information at the rear of the book.

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RRP $16.50

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Authentic Inclusions of Aboriginal Cultures - Book and CD

Author(s): Mary Jacobs , Les Bursill, Catherine Lee, Peter Morgan (click on the author's name for more titles)

Authentic Inclusions of Aboriginal Cultures was coauthored by Mary Jacobs Early Childhood Lecturer (TAFE), Les Bursill Aboriginal Knowledge Holder and Dharawal Elder, Catherine Lee Early Childhood Educator at The Point Preschool which has ‘a best practice’ reputation, and Peter Morgan Professional Musician and Educator.

'This book has developed in me an awareness of the need for our young children to have a shared knowledge of this rich and unique Aboriginal culture. Not through a puzzle or a book but through meaningful interactions with Elders, staff, families and community. Children will learn through interactive hands on exploration and investigation on a daily basis, with guidance and permission from Aboriginal Elders and knowledge holders'.

'I see this book as an invaluable resource, guiding educators, step by step, through each process of the journey which will both teach and inspire you to learn more'.
Susanne McGilivray- student now Educator

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RRP $35.00

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Before 9 After 3
A Handbook for Outside School Hours Care

Author(s): Alison Jones, Sue Tarrant (click on the author's name for more titles)

A comprehensive and practical Australian guide to setting up and providing quality care in Outside School Hours Care programs. Designed for trained and untrained child carers, TAFE students and teachers, and community members or parents in management committees.

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RRP $34.95

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Children's Resilience / OUT OF PRINT
Working with the Early Years Learning Framework

Author(s): Pam Linke, Judy Radich (click on the author's name for more titles)

It is generally understood as the capacity to recover or bounce back from setbacks in life. The scientific understanding of resilience is specifically developed in relation to young children who have experienced setbacks and is about what adults can do to help them make the most of their lives. Resilience provides the underpinning for all children to succeed in their education and in the rest of their lives.

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RRP $15.95

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Children's Rights Learning Book

Author(s): Deborah Harcourt (click on the author's name for more titles)

Children’s Rights Learning Book is the first book written by young children for young children and teachers about rights.

'… the need to take a more active stance on children’s participatory rights is particularly important when there are significant changes in early childhood education and care, including the implementation of the Early Years Learning Framework which seeks to embody these rights in educators’ daily practice'.

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RRP $18.95

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Children’s Imagination
Creativity Under Our Noses

Author(s): Ursula Kolbe (click on the author's name for more titles)

Is today’s pressure on parents and teachers sidelining children’s play?
Artist and educator Ursula Kolbe opens our eyes and ears to what’s happening ‘under our noses’ when children play—with anything from seedpods to felt-tip pens or even an iPad. Kolbe’s stories reveal that unstructured and unhurried play—as neuroscientists, psychologists and educators have long said—encourages children to become imaginative and inventive thinkers.

By looking at children’s responses to the unexpected in play, Children’s Imagination: Creativity Under Our Noses uncovers valuable clues to what sparks creativity in us all.

For all who live and work with children 1.5–10 years.

‘A lovely, lovely book—well and truly loveable! A cracker.’
Janet Robertson, educational consultant and teacher, Mia-Mia Child and Family Study Centre, Macquarie University, Sydney

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RRP $29.95

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Dance, Shaba, Dance and Other Puppet Stories

Author(s): Yvonne Winer (click on the author's name for more titles)

This beautiful book, illustrated in full colour, is the first in a series of companion books to Stories for Telling. Rhymes, Puppets, Drama. The stories in this book, are written for participation, reading aloud, puppet telling, felt and magnetic boards, and sand trays. Many are invitations to dramatise, to dance, or create music. Most of the stories are illustrated with puppets constructed from a diverse range of materials.

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RRP $20.00

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