Monkey Blue and Monkey Red just don’t feel like
going to bed... So they decide to have a wild midnight
feast instead! How much mess can two monkeys make, and
will Chameleon show his true colours?
A rumpus of colour, food and fun with two frisky monkeys
and one very mischievous chameleon.
Monkey Red, Monkey Blue will be published by
Allen and Unwin in December 2010, and is written and illustrated
by Nicki Greenberg.
Budding investigative reporter Antonia Cutlass isn't
Her bedroom has been overrun with unsavoury guests from
the visiting carnival, her career as a journalist seems
to have ended before it has even begun and, since ex-best
friend Kat started hanging out with the popular Sock sisters,
she doesn't have any friends.
When a school project leads to a surprising discovery
inside a weasel ball, Ant thinks she is onto the scoop
of the century. But someone else knows what Ant has discovered
and they are willing to do just about anything to get
their property back.
Ant has to quickly unravel the mystery of Operation Weasel
Ball - but who can she trust? It seems like everyone is
in on the heist - even her mum!
Operation Weasel Ball is published by Pan Macmillan.
and is written and illustrated by Nicki Greenberg.
Antonia's mum runs the world's most embarrassing theatre
At Clams & Cutlasses the food is horrible, the show
and the cockroaches are taking over.
Even worse, in just two weeks Captain Jack - Ant's mum
- is going to ruin Ant's life.
With the help of a rubber octopus, a handful of stinky
prawns and an unsuspecting health inspector, Ant sets
out to close the doors of Clams & Cutlasses for good.
But just how far is Ant willing to go to avoid total credibility
Will Gutless Cutlass follow through? Will it end in disaster?
And who will really walk the plank?
Antonia Cutlass Walks the Plank is published by
Pan Macmillan, and is written and illustrated by Nicki
Praise for Antonia Cutlass Walks the Plank:
'Funny and original
a laugh-out-loud success'
Have you ever opened a coconut and found an octopus inside?
Ever been hypnotised by a cuttlefish or squirted by a
squid? Dive in and discover why octopuses have smart arms
and blue blood, which squid always wears pyjamas and why
squid scientists love to play with whale vomit. Look into
the biggest eye on the planet, and learn how to make an
octopus blush. But watch out - these creatures really
It's True! Squids Suck was short-listed for the
2006 Royal Society / Aventis Prize for science books (Junior
division), and for the 2006 Wilderness Society's Environment
Award for Children's Literature.
It's True! Squids Suck is part of the It's True!
series published by Allen & Unwin. For more information,
go to www.itstrue.com.au.
It is published in North America by Annick Press as It's
True! An Octopus Has Deadly Spit.