Freebie bonanza

Class sets of bookmarks and activities for all our latest titles are available now, just in time for Book Week. There’s plenty to do and explore, so make sure to get your order in while stocks last.

To order class sets of our free merchandise, send an email to with your name, your school’s postal address, which items you want and how many you require.

Bookmarks are available for Swimming on the Lawn by Yasmin Hamid, To the Lighthouse by Cristy Burne, Cyclones and Shadows by Darlene Oxenham and Laura, Pat and Sabrina Dudgeon, The Spectacular Spencer Gray by Deb Fitzpatrick and Dungzilla by James Foley.

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Upper primary to lower secondary
Learn about Sudanese food and drink with a set of recipe cards for Swimming on the Lawn by Yasmin Hamid. Each card features one of five different dishes, including breakfast fuul, karkadeh and Sudanese mint tea. There is room on the back for students to describe their favourite food or drink, including its origins and how to make it.


Featuring art by illustrator Andrew Frazer, this new activity unites art and positive thinking – inviting kids to experiment with typography to change a negative statement into a positive statement


Middle to upper primary school
Do you know your Australian mammals? Learn how to tell the difference between some of Australia’s most endangered species with this fascinating activity for The Spectacular Spencer Gray by Deb Fitzpatrick. This activity was put together with the help of the Gilbert’s Potoroo Action Group.


Design-your-own holiday adventure! Imagine your perfect island destination and all the daring-do that happens there. This activity is for Cristy Burne’s latest book, To the Lighthouse, which is set on Rottnest Island.


Learn about the Australian night sky by making your own constellation projector in this fun activity for Looking Up by Sally Murphy.


What animal would you most like to enlarge? A fun new activity has been created for Dungzilla by James Foley.


Pre-primary to lower primary
We are all different, but together we colour our world amazing. So begins the book Colour Me, written by Ezekiel Kwaymullina, which celebrates our uniqueness and diversity. This fun activity features artwork from award-winning illustrator Moira Court. Pick an image and colour it in with the colour that best represents you!


Help green-up the classroom with this fun activity for One Thousand Trees by Kyle Hughes-Odgers.



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