The Book Cow is proud to support local Canberra author Krys Saclier and her fantastic books for kids.
You can find out more about her books, what is coming up and buy your own personally signed copy that we can ship out to you.
The students of Mount Mayhem primary school are back!!
But this time they are on their school trip to Canberra.
Their teacher, Ms Sparks, says they will visit places of national significance and learn about Australian history and government.
Who knew Canberra could be so interesting! Join them as they explore many of the city’s attractions, including Parliament House, the Royal Mint, the Aboriginal Tent Embassy and the National Art Gallery.
Camp Canberra a explores Australia’s capital city and the places that tell us something about who we are and where we have come from.
Nova’s brother thinks she gets away with everything, until he finds out what she is really up to. And it’s out of this world…
Will he keep her secret?
Super Nova tells the story of the most powerful force in the universe – a little sister.
Super Nova is a picture book for children aged three to eight.
The students of Mount Mayhem primary school are fed up. Their uniform is hideous, the tuckshop sells only healthy food, and the sports cupboard is empty.
It’s time to find a leader who will speak on their behalf. But who will it be? They need an election!
Fortunately Ms Sparks is an expert on preferential voting. Voting has never been so much fun.
Vote 4 Me is perfect for upper primary school students.
When you check out on our website add who you want the book dedicated to in the order notes.
We will get Krys to sign the book for you and post it out to you faster than a super nova....
Super Nova is a clever and original, highly imaginative yet also immensely relatable. It is so refreshing to see a young female character shine star bright – today’s kids need more stories that celebrate courageous, resourceful and inventive young girls.’ Sue Whiting
‘See? It’s not that difficult.’
‘Perfect information for future voters and a must-have for the Australian classroom.’ Ged Kearney, Member of Parliament
How do Australian children learn about politics, democracy and currency?
They go to Canberra: our nation’s capital city. Join the students of Mount Mayhem Primary School as they travel from the National Gallery to Questacon, through engaging collage illustrations.
Krys has always loved children’s books.
She is an experienced educator, qualified teacher, and has written for television, radio, press and the Kids Only podcast, which features original short stories for children.
She lives with her lovely family and a non-stop Burmese cat in a house full of – what else – books!
Dhawura nguna, dhawura Ngunnawal. Yanggu ngalawiri, dhunimanyin Ngunnawalwari dhawurawari. Nginggada Dindi dhawura Ngunnawalbun yindjumaralidjinyin.
We acknowledge to the traditional owners and custodians of the land we work and live on, the Ngunnawal people, and pay respect to their elders past, present and emerging. We value their continuing contribution and the contribution of other First Nations peoples to the life and culture of our city and country.
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