Early Readers

Early Readers (5-8 year olds)
 (A) in front of the link indicates an Australian book.
  
(A) A Day To Remember by Jackie French & Mark Wilson
(A) Andy G, Terry D, the Brave Tea Lady and the Evil Bee by Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton
Archie & Archie by Ruth Rendell

(A) The Bad Guys: Episode One by Aaron Blabey

(A) The Bad Guys: Episode Two by Aaron Blabey
(A) The Bad Guys: Episode Three by Aaron Blabey
(A) The Bad Guys: Episode Four by Aaron Blabey
(A) Big Fat Cows by Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton
(A) Billie B Brown The Soccer Star by Sally Rippin
(A) Brave Dave by Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton

(A) The Cat and the Rat and the Baseball Bat by Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton

(A) The Cat with the Coloured Tail by Gillian Mears
Catherine Certitude by Patrick Modiano
(A) The Cleo Stories by Libby Gleeson & Freya Blackwood

(A) Ed and Ted and Ted's Dog Fred by Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton

(A) EJ12 In The Dark by Susanne McFarlane 

Fortunately, The Milk... by Neil Gaiman


(A) Harriet Clare #6 Christmas Fair by Louise Park

(A) Jandamarra by Mark Greenwood & Terry Denton


(A) Lightning Jack by Glenda Millard & Patricia Mullins

(A) Lyrebird by Jackie Kerin

Mercy Watson by Kate DiCamillo


A Palace Full of Princesses by Sally Gardner
(A) The Perplexing Pineapple The Cryptic Casebook of Coco Carlomagno by Ursula Dubosarsky

The Princess in Black by Shannon and Dean Hale
The Princess in Black & the Perfect Princess Party by Shannon and Dean Hale

(A) Rivertime by Trace Balla
(A) Ruby Red Shoes by Kate Knapp

(A) Ruby Red Shoes Goes to Paris by Kate Knapp
(A) Ruby Red Shoes Goes to London by Kate Knapp
Runny Babbit by Shel Silverstein

(A) The Simple Things by Bill Condon
(A) Sophie Scott Goes South by Alison Lester


(A) Tanglewood by Margaret Wild & Vivienne Goodman
(A) Thing by Robin Klein

(A) Thingnapped by Robin Klein

(A) Very Very Pearlie by Wendy Harmer

(A) Violet Mackerel's Brilliant Plot by Anna Branford
(A) Violet Mackerel's Possible Friend by Anna Branford

Yours Sincerely, Giraffe by Megumi Iwasa

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