Books we love for Father’s Day


I Love My Dad Because

Pan Macmillan Australia. By Petra James, Illustrated by Alissa Dinallo

This book is for you and your dad. Draw, decorate, colour in, count, play noughts and crosses, make a fish (or two) and then present the book to your dad for any special occasion: birthday, Christmas, Father’s Day … or just

An interactive picture book to personalise for your dad.

RRP: $14.99

How to Build the Perfect Cubby House

Scholastic. By Heath McKenzie

Ollie is building THE PERFECT CUBBY HOUSE! Everyone has some great ideas, and pretty soon, the whole family is involved! A fun and funny story about the importance of family and togetherness—and always having a plan!

RRP: $17.99

A Dinosaur Ate Dad’s Hair

Scholastic. By Trent Roberts, Illustrated by Chrissie Krebs

Dad doesn’t have any hair. At least not on his head. He said it got eaten by a Ty-eat-your-hair-us Rex. But his last explanation is the most ridiculous one of all! A silly, crazy, tearing your hair tale… that will leave you baldly laughing.

RRP: $17.99

How Not to Annoy Dad

Scholastic. By Dave Hughes and Holly Ife, Illustrated by Heath McKenzie

‘Look, Dad! I made you porridge and coffee… together!’ Follow Dad as he spends the day with his kids and enjoy all the hilarious things they say and do!

RRP: $17.99

Going to the Footie

Magabala Books. By Debbie Coombes

In this quintessentially Australian title, Going to the Footy combines richly textured and striking illustrations of iconic Australian modes of transport, with some gentle humour. This strikingly beautiful book for Early Childhood will captivate young children and older readers alike. The highly original artwork of Debbie Coombes in a vibrant Tiwi style, will showcase many different ways to get ‘to the footy’. Whether you go to the footy in a tinny, a troopy or on a barge, this book is unforgettable.

RRP: $19.99


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