Fabulous book packs from EK Books

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4 fabulous picture book packs to be won, from our friends at Hunter Valley-based publisher EK Books.

Children will want to read these beautifully crafted Australian picture books again and again.

Each pack contains: 1 x copy of Anzac Ted ($14.99) by Belinda Landsberry, the unforgettable story of a teddy bear who went to war and returned an unsung hero, plus one of the following books.
• See Hear (RRP$19.99), by Tania McCartney and Jess Racklyeft. In this beginner’s book of senses Piglet, Bunny and Cat return in a sensory adventure as we open our eyes and ears to the everyday magic that surrounds us!
• Smile Cry (RRP$19.99), by Tania McCartney and Jess Racklyeft, a beginner’s books of feelings and winner of the Crystal Kite Award in 2017.
• The Art Garden($24.99), by Penny Harrison and Penelope Pratley, an inspiring story about finding our creative flair.
• Grace and Katie ($19.99) by Susanne Merritt and Liz Anelli, an imaginative story about twins, art, creativity, sisterhood and individuality.

More information about these and other books with messages that matter visit ekbooks.org

 

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