Download a colouring page, watch a read aloud video or discover a new favourite book.
If you're in need of some activities to keep little ones entertained from the comfort of home, look no further!
Download a colouring in page
A full suite of 17 colouring pages from Bluey, Peppa Pig, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Hairy Maclary and more.
Download activity packs
Mazes, crafts, word searches, mad libs, crosswords, drawing challenges and more.
Watch a read aloud video
Be entertained by some of Australia's best authors and celebrities as they read you a picture book.
- Watch the read aloud videos from 2021 so far (featuring Matt Preston, Zoë Foster Blake, and more)
- Watch the full collection of read aloud videos from 2020 (featuring Julia Gillard, Jamila Rizvi, Hamish Blake, Kathy Lette, Andrew Daddo and more)
- Watch through the whole playlist on Penguin Books Australia YouTube channel
Discover a new series
Series of books can keep kids hooked for a long time, and help them to easily decide what title to choose next. (Hint: the next in the series!)
Bluey and Bingo need the help of your colouring pencils!
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