16 books written by Australian authors Anna & Barbara Fienberg.
In the 1st book of the much-adored Tashi series, children are introduced to Jack’s extraordinary imaginary friend Tashi, a gnome-like character from a place far away.
Tashi’s adventures continue in this 2nd book in the series. The stories that Tashi tells to his friend Jack are always filled with anticipation and excitement.
This collection comprises 16 books that draw on a wide range of traditional tales from all over the world while managing a typical Australian cheekiness.
This 3rd installment in the Tashi series is a spooky tale of ghost monsters lurking in the forest.
Adventurous little Tashi is granted three wishes after encountering a sly genie hiding in an old bowl, in this 4th installment of the Tashi series.
The 5th book in the series finds Tashi sharing a wild tale about Baba Yaga, a witch whose house stands on chicken legs and who likes eating children baked in pies.
Tashi's wild exploits continue in this 6th installment of the Tashi series when he runs into a couple of nasty demons and must use the secret of the Dragon’s Blood Tree to escape from trouble.
Tashi's first yarn of a giant with a mooching brother-in-law whose after-bean-eating explosions give the book its name, is the 7th book in the Tashi series.
The 14th book in the ever-popular Tashi series provides great motivational reading for beginners and ideal read-aloud material for teachers, parents, and librarians.
In this the 8th instalment, Tashi encounters magic shoes and confronts Uncle Tiki Pu’s sneaky plan at the Emperor’s court.
Tashi uses his quick wit and keen bravery to drive the villainous monster Bluebeard from the castle and save the village once again, in this the 12th instalment.
In this the 16th instalment of the Tashi series, the Baron's cruel nephew Bang-Bang is trying to take over Wise-as-an-Owl's fresh water spring.
There is something unique in this soil, which despite many obstacles has...
Anyone who has never make a mistake has never tried anything new.
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Where can we go find God if we cannot see Him in our own hearts and in...
If you want to shine like a sun. First burn like a sun.