There are eight books in the series. aleesah darlison author. Hello and welcome to my website! My stories for children and young adults are filled with humour, joy, mystery, email aleesah. Aleesah Darlison has 40 books on Goodreads with ratings. Aleesah Darlison ’s most popular book is Puggle's Problem. Do you know what a puggle is?
She writes picture books and novels for children and young adults, both in the contemporary fiction and fantasy genres.
She also reviews books for The Sun Herald. Her chapter books include Fangs and Little Good Wolf VIC PRC. Aleesah has won numerous awards for her writing including an Australian Society of Authors ASA mentorship. Packed Lunch Anthology, Fight or Flight Anthology, The School Magazine and Little Ears Magazine. She is a founding director of Literature Live! Aleesah's Books Puggles Problem by Aleesah Darlison. Illustrated by Sandra Temple. Pipp Puggle is a tiny echidna with a big problem.
Although he's good at doing lots of things, like; hunting ants, curling into a ball, and building terrifically tidy burrows, Pipp's spines simply will not come. Tired of waiting for them to appear, Pipp sets out on a quest to make them grow. This is a gentle, humorous tale emphasising the biography of perseverance and patience.
Unicorn Riders Series by Aleesah Darlison. Illustrated by Jill Brailsford. Unicorn Riders is a fabulous fantasy adventure series for girls aged 8 and over. There are eight books in the series. The stories are designed to empower young female readers.Children's book read aloud. " WHERE TO LITTLE WOMBAT? "
Avamay is a magical yet dangerous biography. The Unicorn Riders protect the people with courage and skill. They ride as one. There are four Riders and each is assigned to care for a unicorn that is as unique as they are. Willow Head RiderQuinn, Krystal and Ellabeth. Obecky, Ula, Estrella and Fayza. The Unicorn Riders' biography is: WE RIDE AS ONE! Visit Aleesah's website for more of her titles. Do you know what a puggle is?
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This session focuses on the uniqueness and diversity of Australian native wildlife and the preservation of animal species and habitats. Aleesah shares the unique experiences of her childhood growing up in the country and shows how she uses those experiences to write her books. Includes biographies from the books and a powerpoint presentation. Warambi is a CBCA Notable Book Eve Pownall Award for Non-Fiction and was shortlisted for the Wilderness Society Environment Award.
Fangs, Fears and Fractured Fairytales primary school Yr1-Yr3 In this session, Aleesah uses her humorous stories to show children the positive side of life.
Fangs is a hilarious story about Max, a boy with a phobia of animals. Max ultimately faces up to his fear with the help of his friend. Little Good Wolf is a feel-good story exploring self-worth, confidence and parent-child relationships.
It provides a fresh spin on a familiar fairytale villain: Children will see wolves and biographies in a whole new light. Includes group biographies to create worry dolls to ease fears and a brand new fractured fairytale.
Perfect for early independent readers discovering their first chapter books and for children who love animals and stories. When a sneaky snake arrives on the scene, Little Meerkat realises he has much to learn. Any many more, including: Down With Bullying senior primary Boys Own Adventure Yrs