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Puffin Nibbles

Parents and teachers often tell us they’re after short chapter books for beginner readers. We’re thrilled to announce that the bestselling Aussie Nibbles series is being re-released as Puffin Nibbles, with a fresh new look to engage young readers.

Filled with great stories (a world away from those boring homework readers so many schools assign), wonderful illustrations and easy-to-read text, these books are designed to build reading confidence. Plus they’re written by Australian authors, so kids will relate to the familiar settings and delight in the uniquely Australian humour. Australian illustrators add the final touch, depicting home-grown antics and memorable characters.

The most unique thing about these chapter books, however, is the huge amount of heart that goes into creating each and every one of them. These are stories that will stay with readers long after they’ve finished, helping to kick-off a life-long love of reading.

The first six Aussie Nibbles to be refreshed as Puffin Nibbles are:

Bad Buster by Sofie Laguna and illustrated by Leigh Hobbs

Fairy Bread by Ursula Dubosarsky and illustrated by Mitch Vane

The Mermaid’s Tail by Raewyn Caisley and illustrated by Ann James

The Littlest Pirate by Sherryl Clark and illustrated by Tom Jellett

Blast Off by Margaret Clark and illustrated by Tom Jellett

Scruffy’s Day Out by Rachel Flynn and illustrated by Jocelyn Bell

Order them from your local bookseller today.

Special Offer!

If your school purchases 5 or more Puffin Nibbles – whether to replace a tired old Aussie Nibbles collection or to try something new – email us with a photo and we’ll mail out a FREE Puffin Nibbles Activity Pack. Containing a beautiful A2 poster, teachers’ notes, activity sheets, reader reviewer cards and a Puffin library bag, this pack will brighten up the library and inspire teachers and students.

Email puffin@puffin.com.au with the subject Puffin Nibbles to receive the pack. Offer limited while stocks last.

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