One Handed Cooks
Allie Gaunt, Jessica Beaton and Sarah Buckle
When her first child, Harry, started solids, Allie Gaunt found herself preparing food with a baby on one hip. New to being a ‘one-handed cook’, she was keen to connect with other parents and share her experiences. So began the One-handed Cooks blog. In their debt book, the team behind the eponymous blog share simple, clever recipes, nutrition info and professional advice.
$39.99 from Viking
What could it be?
This concept book for kids is all about unleashing creativity, thinking outside the square and opening the mind to possibility. Part picture book, part artistic inspiration, this book is an interactive adventure for kids aged 3-12, focusing on shapes. Sally Fawcett draws on her teaching background to produce the book and the wealth of teacher’s notes and materials that can be used in lesson planning.
$24.99 from Exisle Publishing
50 Flatpack Hacks
Elyse Major and Charlotte Rivers
You spend your life standing out from the crowd – so why should your furniture be any different? Boring shelves, tables and cupboards are a thing of the past. Now, assembling flatpack furniture can be an exercise in creativity. Armed with 50 Flatpack Hacks, you can transform your living space without spending thousands on high-end brands. This book gives you info on personalising, customising and repurposing your flatpack furniture.
$29.99 from Murdoch Books
Sapacoot Ate My Boot
Sapacoot is a bat who represents curiosity in tactile exploration. He is a mischievous, lonesome creature who eats so much junk it makes him fat. Nothing was a feat – Sapacoot just wanted to eat! This is a fun children’s book with imaginative, bright and colourful illustrations that your children will love. Each page offers loads of detail and plenty of opportunities for interactivity and question asking between reader and listener.
$19.95 from www.sarinathompson.com