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THERE are many great chil­dren’s au­thors who have writ­ten lots of en­ter­tain­ing reads.

With your news­pa­per’s Great Aus­tralian Sto­ry­book Col­lec­tion, you can col­lect 15 books start­ing with a free copy of Pos­sum Magic and col­lec­tor’s case. Plant the seed and help them read by con­tin­u­ing to col­lect all the ti­tles in the col­lec­tion from July 23 to Au­gust 6

I Went Walk­ing

SUE Wil­liams’ pic­ture book, I Went Walk­ing, beau­ti­fully il­lus­trated by Julie Vi­vas, presents a repet­i­tive rhyme and vis­ual guess­ing game ideal for young read­ers. The story fol­lows a child who dis­cov­ers a pa­rade of an­i­mals on a walk through the coun­try.

Time for Bed

THIS book is an­other of ac­claimed au­thor Mem Fox's favourite pic­ture books.

The rhyming text ac­com­pa­nied by il­lus­tra­tions by Jane Dyer, shows the baby an­i­mals set­tling down for a good night's sleep, mak­ing it per­fect for read­ing to lit­tle ones at bed­time.

Wil­fred Gor­don McDon­ald Par­tridge

THIS pic­ture sto­ry­book about a boy called Wil­fred who tries to dis­cover the mean­ing of ‘mem­ory’ so he can re­store that of his el­derly friend, is a tale thought­fully told by Mem Fox and il­lus­trated with hu­mour and un­der­stand­ing by Julie Vi­vas.

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