Leave it to Leslie stocks a wide range of books and talking books fro children, including favourite titles You & Me Murrawee, Let’s Eat, Wombat stew, Slinki Malinki talking books and lots, lots more.
Listening Centre allows up to eight children to work simultaneously, it is lightweight and portable. Features individual volume control and 0.60cm and 0.30cm connectors. Cord length is 150cm. Stereo sound. Includes eight headphones and storage case. Measures 13 H x 13cm W
This product encourages imagination, communication & develops listening skills.
Excellent for talking books! IE: Wombat Stew! ( see Talking book category)
Ages 3 – 7 years
here’s a book of giggly, wiggly, squiggly poems. You can munch them for breakfast you can crunch them for lunch you can gobble them for dinner BUT most of all – you can read them out loud and share them with your friends again and again….
Written and illustrated by Meredith Costain and Pamela Allen.
Do you like the way you look? Would you rather look like someone else? Maybe you are tall and large and your best friend is shorter and thinner. Maybe you have a round face or a short neck and a friend has a square face or a long neck. Maybe you wear glasses. Or use a wheelchair to get around. This delightful lift – the -flap book shows that no matter how we look on the outside, under the skin we are all the same AND everyone is special.
Everyone fears something at some time. This delightful lift-the- flap book deals with all kinds of fears – from fear of spiders,bugs and the dark, to fear of trying new things, going to new places, staying overnight, being criticised, being different, being bullied – and many more. It says that it’s OK to have fears, to talk about them and to try to understand them.
A disabled boy and his best friend pretend they’re pirates on a ship, mountain climbers, astronauts, explorers and olympic sprinters. But even when they’re not playing make-believe, they have a great time together doing everyday things. After all, they’re best friends!!!
Dad decided to build a shack for us by the beach at La Perouse. The shack was made of bits of tin from rubbish tips and had a dirt floor. It was hot in summer and cold in winter, but to us it was great.And we had the biggest backyard in the world!
Written by : Elaine Russell