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  1. Learning to ride a bike is one of the most important milestones of childhood, and no one captures the emotional ups and downs of the experience better than Chris Raschka, who won the 2012 Caldecott Medal for A Ball for Daisy. In this simple yet emotionally rich "guide," a father takes his daughter through all the steps in the process-from choosing the perfect bicycle to that triumphant first successful ride. Using very few words and lots of expressive pictures, here is a picture book that not only shows kids how to learn to ride, but captures what it feels like to fall . . . get up . . . fall again . . . and finally "by luck, grace, and determination" ride a bicycle!
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  2. ′Mulga Bill′s Bicycle′ was written by Banjo Paterson in 1896. It was written at a time when cycling was a relatively new and popular social activity. Cycles were ridden everywhere, including in the outback by shearers and other workers who needed to travel cheaply. It tells the hilarious story of Mulga Bill, who thinks he′s much better at cycling than he turns out to be. A resounding crash sends him back to his original mode of transport - his trusty horse. Kilmeny and Deborah Niland′s delightful illustrations catch the mood and humour of Paterson′s verse with great spirit, and this book has become an enduring classic.About the AuthorAndrew Barton Paterson (1864-1941) was an Australian folk poet popularly known as "Banjo" Paterson from his pen name, "The Banjo." His swinging rhythms captured the atmosphere of the land, life, and humor of Australia's people.
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  3. Age range 4 – 8 What should I eat in space today? Something that won’t float away! Food that sticks onto a spoon Is best when dining on the moon. Learn all about the pioneering dog-stronauts and how technology created for space affects our life on earth. Each section tops off with activities and kick-starting questions that expand a child’s understanding of the subject matter and how it applies to the wider world and his or her daily life. Make it personal, make it fun, and science will captivate young readers
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  4. Harry crash-lands his flying bicycle on a desert island with nothing but a pocket knife, axe, saw and cat. Each illustrated page has dialogue and numbered boxes which take the reader through diagrams of Harry’s various adventures and inventions.
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  5. Monkey has found a bicycle. Luckily giraffe knows how to ride it... sort of! But when a tentative tiger, three mischievous monkeys and a very flappy flamingo join in the fun, things start getting a little crowded. And with a whole host of other...
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  6. Monkey has found a bicycle. Luckily giraffe knows how to ride it... sort of! But when a tentative tiger, three mischievous monkeys and a very flappy flamingo join in the fun, things start getting a little crowded. And with a whole host of other...
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  7. Find out all you need to know about getting started with cycling with ‘My First Bicycle Book’. All the basics are covered, from choosing which kind of bicycle is right for you to all the equipment and clothes you’ll need to be comfortable and stay safe.
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  8. A magical selection of short stories including The Wish That Came True, He Bought a Secret and Silly-One and the Jewels. Each tale contains charming and loveable characters and there is always a moral to the story! Children will fall in love with Enid Blyton’s comforting creations, illustrated with detailed black and white line drawings.
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  9. Celebrating 40 years in print this is a new edition of the classic children’s poem by Australia’s favourite poet, A.B. ‘Banjo’ Paterson ‘Mulga Bill’s Bicycle’ was written by Banjo Paterson in 1896. It was written at a time when cycling was a relatively new and popular social activity. Cycles were ridden everywhere, including in the outback by shearers and other workers who needed to travel cheaply. It tells the hilarious story of Mulga Bill, who thinks he’s much better at cycling than he turns out to be. A resounding crash sends him back to his original mode of transport – his trusty horse. Kilmeny and Deborah Niland’s delightful illustrations catch the mood and humour of Paterson’s verse with great spirit, and this book has become an enduring classic. Ages 8+
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  10. Learning to ride a bike is one of the most important milestones of childhood, and no one captures the emotional ups and downs of the experience better than Chris Raschka, who won the 2012 Caldecott Medal for A Ball for Daisy. In this simple yet emotionally rich ““guide,”“ a father takes his daughter through all the steps in the process-from choosing the perfect bicycle to that triumphant first successful ride. Using very few words and lots of expressive pictures, here is a picture book that not only shows kids how to learn to ride, but captures what it feels like to fall . . . get up . . . fall again . . . and finally ““by luck, grace, and determination”“ ride a bicycle!
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  11. A stunning picture book featuring the works of fourteen internationally acclaimed illustrators, including Quentin Blake, Shaun Tan, Freya Blackwood and Tony Ross. All royalties from sales of THE BICYCLE will be donated to Save the Children. In 2008, Colin thompson visited Cambodia with Save the Children. Struck by the way the humble bicycle was central to so many people lives, he was inspired to create tHE BICYCLE, his second picture book for the charity. tHE BICYCLE features separate illustrations from internationally acclaimed artists – including Quentin Blake, Shaun tan, tony Ross and Freya Blackwood – which celebrate the liberating joy of two wheels. Sprinkled throughout are delightful quotes from famous people, as well as quotes from Cambodian children such as 14-year-old Dany, who describes his bicycle as his ‘best friend’. All royalties from the sale of tHE BICYCLE will go to Save the Children, an organisation that works to improve the quality of children’s lives around the world. Ages: 3+ ‘today I read this book and it changed my life. Lots of people have told me that we are a very lucky world but when I read this book I discovered I was way more luckier than I thought I was. I didn’t know that there was a country that was slowly dissolving happiness’ – Gretta Ray, 9, writing about DUSt, our first book for Save the Children. ‘this book is not just a great fund-raiser, it’s also a stunning collection of art from some of the world’s best illustrators and an important window into the lives of less-privileged children.’ – Sunday Age
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  12. What should I eat in space today? Something that won't float away! Food that sticks onto a spoon Is best when dining on the moon. Learn all about the pioneering dog-stronauts and how technology created for space affects our life on earth. Each section tops off with activities and kick-starting questions that expand a child's understanding of the subject matter and how it applies to the wider world and his or her daily life. Make it personal, make it fun, and science will captivate young readers.
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  13. Dreamer. Rebel. Hero. Wadjda has one simple wish – to race her friend Abdullah on her very own bicycle. But in Saudi Arabia, it is considered improper for girls to ride bikes and her parents forbid her from having one. Sick of playing by the rules, Wadjda schemes different ways to make money and buy the bike herself. But freedom comes at a high price . . . Set against the shifting social attitudes of the Middle East, The Green Bicycle explores gender roles, conformity, and the importance of family, all with wit and irresistible heart.
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  14. Harry crash-lands his flying bicycle on a desert island with nothing but a pocket knife, axe, saw and cat. Each illustrated page has dialogue and numbered boxes which take the reader through diagrams of Harry's various adventures and inventions.
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