SAPACOOT ATE MY BOOT

Haven Magazine - - Upfront - Sa­rina Thomp­son El­yse Ma­jor and Char­lotte Rivers

Sapacoot is a bat who rep­re­sents cu­rios­ity in tac­tile ex­plo­ration. He is a mis­chievous, lone­some crea­ture who eats so much junk it just wanted to eat! This is a fun chil­dren’s book with imag­i­na­tive, bright and colour­ful il­lus­tra­tions that your chil­dren will love. Each op­por­tu­ni­ties for in­ter­ac­tiv­ity and ques­tion ask­ing be­tween reader and lis­tener. $19.95 from www.sar­i­nath­omp­son.com Read more about Sa­rina's story on page 41.

50 FLATPACK HACKS

You spend your life stand­ing out from the crowd - so why should your fur­ni­ture and cup­boards are a thing of the past. 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 $29.99 from Mur­doch Books

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