Ahoy, wild things! National Bookshop Day’s over and the Ekka’s been and gone – but August still has some treats up its sleeve. We’ve got three ripper events lined up at Wild Things over the next couple of weeks, so book yourself a spot before they’re all gone!
Launch: Dave Hackett’s Time for Bed, Daddy (book here!)
This hilarious picture book about the perils of bedtime makes the perfect present for dad this Father’s Day. How can a little girl put her daddy to bed when he doesn’t want to go? In every household with children, from the moment that bedtime is announced until the light is finally switched off, bedtime is full of fun and frustration, puns and procrastination. Time for Bed, Daddy flips the fun on bedtime, celebrating the special relationship that fathers share with their children.
A gripping YA action thriller that’s great for fans of Cherub and The Last Thirteen. Fero isn’t a spy. But he looks exactly like someone who is: Troy Maschenov, a ruthless enemy agent. But what starts as a case of mistaken identity quickly turns into a complicated and dangerous plan. Fero is recruited to fight for his country. He will have to impersonate Troy, enter enemy territory, hunt down a missing agent and bring her home in time to prevent a devastating terror attack.
Another fantastic Father’s Day gift, this gorgeous picture book by a Brisbane author tells a heartwarming tale of creativity, imagination and friendship, and celebrates the endless adventures a little boy has with his dad.
And here’s last week’s top 10 bestsellers:
- The 65-Storey Treehouse by Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton
- Ugly by Robert Hoge
- Star of Deltora 1: Shadows of the Master by Emily Rodda
- The 13-Storey Treehouse by Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton
- In My Heart by Jo Witek
- Kissed by the Moon by Alison Lester
- Two Wolves by Tristan Bancks
- 1001 Knights & Castles to Spot by Hazel Maskell
- Possum Magic by Mem Fox
- Island of Dr Libris by Chris Grabenstein