We have just launched the latest book addition to the range, our adventure story book. Discover how our friends become kid entrepreneurs. What businesses do they start? How do they go about it? Who is successful and learns to earn? How they react, think and feel. Find out what they learn so you can have a go too. Get it here.
What does this mean? Why are Leo and Kemba thinking about a pig with a dollar sign on it? Is it a piggy bank?
What can kids do when they have empty pockets?
A clue from our upcoming book! Launching in the coming days. What could it be representing?
What does a polar bear and ice cream have in common?
Have a guess in the comments section. We'd love to hear from you.
We have 2 new books launching in the coming weeks. Keep an eye out. We will be giving you clues over the next few days.
What could this sign saying "Market Day" be suggesting?
Could it be a Kid's Market?
Could have lots of market stalls or little service businesses?
What do you see?
Bananas, apples, grapes, a watermelon and a mango.
This one-off drawing is part of our Kid Food Explorer series to engage with children to immerse themselves in the world of food, cuisines, cooking and culture.
In our Kid Food Explorer book, we investigate where food comes from, sometimes in more humorous situations. Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
Chickens are fun pets but like any animal can be spooked especially near their eggs. You need to be careful when collecting the eggs.
This one-off drawing is looks different to our regular illustrations as it is hand coloured using colored pens and markers.
In our Tips and Tricks series, we use an example of a kid cleaning service to learn about scheduling, how personal traits can play into a business selection and inspiring some specific services.
Does a kids cleaning business suit you? Do you have a keen eye for attention to detail and know what good hygiene is?
Have you had lots of practice vacuuming the floors or washing dishes?
Do you know how long raking a leaves of a front yard would take?
A page from our Best Seller Kid Food Explorer. One important step in exploring food is understanding where food comes from as well as how it can brings people together by bridging differences.
Leo, Lucy and Suzy are all in the garden picking fresh fruit and vegetables. This is a fun way to get kids outdoors, involved and connected to the food they eat.
Later that day, Leo brings around some home rolled sushi he made, while Lucy prepares a salad. It shows, food doesn't always need to be cooked, rather prepared. This can make it safer for kids to get involved.
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