Treehouse Favourites - August

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Ways to Grow Love

Renee Watson 

Ryan Hart and her family are back in another instalment of stories about a Black girl finding her way and her voice as she grows through change and challenges. In this book, Ryan finds herself waiting on lots of things -- like for her new sister to be born healthy, for her new recipes to turn out right, for that summer camp trip to go better than she fears! And of course Ryan is facing these new challenges and new experiences in her classic style -- with a bright outlook and plenty of spirit!

Recommended age 7+

Delightfully Different Dilly

by Elizabeth Dale 

When Dilly is born, her parents think she is perfect - from the top of her head to the bottom of her foot. The other babies notice that Dilly is different but soon accept her and love her different ways of doing things. The adults aren't sure though - they love how all the penguins are the same.

Can the younger generation convince their parents that there's space for Dilly? And maybe that positive change can be a good thing? A charming and touching story - Dilly is a delightful character with a strong voice and a great tale of acceptance and change.

Recommended age 3+

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100 Adventures to Have Before you Grow Up

by Anna McNuff

 

Discover a life outdoors with this exuberant guide packed with 100 different big and small adventures. From building a den, to going on a skateboard journey, visiting a lighthouse and telling midnight ghost stories, every adventure will inspire you to get outdoors and go exploring. Created by adventurer Anna McNuff, this book will encourage everyone to fly by the seat of their adventure pants, no matter where they live!
 

The Genius Square

 

Roll The Dice & Race Your Opponent To Complete The Square!

The aim of each of the 62,208 possible puzzles is to complete the square using the nine coloured shapes, once the seven ‘blockers’ have been positioned. There may be times when it seems impossible, but there will ALWAYS be at least one solution… and that’s why it’s called The Genius Square! An all-around fun multiplayer game for the family to race against each other and determine the true genius. The Genius Square can be played as a single player too, whether to gain practice, enjoy your own company, or to educate on spatial awareness.

Recommended Age 6+

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