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.
Stephanie Wood explores the pitfalls of love in an age of fakery.
In Bowraville, Dan Box learns the burden of the community’s trust: keep fighting.
In Use It or Lose It, Paul McIntyre asks, ‘what if exercise were medicine?’
Lisa Nicol shares the experience of writing what she describes as her most special book, and pays tribute to her friend and co-creator.
In The Yield, Tara June Winch explores how every word is embedded with stories.
To celebrate thirty years of The Power of One our staff and authors reflect on what Bryce Courtenay's novel means to them.
Lee Constable talks World Environment Day and how saving the whole stinkin' planet can be a family affair.
Patrice Newell explores humanity’s relationship with the earth itself.
From Use It or Lose It, Paul McIntyre details the benefits of sleep.
Kathryn Hind reflects on winning the inaugural Penguin Literary Prize and her journey to becoming a published author.
Celebrating 30 years of Bryce Courtenay’s magnificent debut – The Power of One.
Thirty years since publication, The Power of One continues to inspire.
Warm recommendations from the readers at Penguin Random House Australia.
Overcome these common obstacles and unlock your financial potential.
Love Song author Sasha Wasley takes us through six love songs that she is besotted with.
A Lifetime of Impossible Days author, Tabitha Bird, pens letters to her five, fifteen and twenty-five-year-old selves.
Four books that left their mark on A Lifetime of Impossible Days author Tabitha Bird.
Tabitha Bird celebrates the magical healing powers of writing.
To celebrate Bee Awareness Week, gain some insight on what it takes to be a beekeper, from DK's A Slice of Organic Life.