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  1. Agnes and Her Amazing Orchid: How Vanda Miss Joaquim Became Singapore’s National Flower

    • A historical story all Singaporean children should know • 2018 is the 125th anniversary of the naming of the Vanda Miss Joaquim (Singapore Post and Mint to commemorate) • Highlights Singapore history, Armenians’ important role in history and the birth of the National Flower Learn More

    $15.94
  2. Race to Rio

    David Seow is a well-known children’s book writer and a staple on the Singapore literary scene. He is an award-winning children’s book author of 42 well-received children’s books, including The Sam, Sebbie and Di-Di-Di series (12 books), which feature his young niece and nephews as the main characters. Other titles include Alexander's Adventure Machine and The Littlest Emperor. His latest books are There's Soup on My Fly!, Blow A Kiss, If I Were a Blue Kangaroo and Emma’s Elephant. Learn More

    $15.94
  3. Lion Boy and Drummer Girl

    Pauline Loh is an award-winning writer with 30 years of writing experience. She has published 11 adult non-fiction books, three youth books and seven children’s storybooks. She is a winner of the First Time Writers and Illustrators Publishing Initiative 2009 and first runner-up for the Scholastic Asian Book Award 2012. Her books have been shortlisted for the Hedwig Anuar Book Award 2015,the Samsung KidsTime Author’s Award 2015 and the Singapore Book Awards 2016. Learn More

    $18.08
  4. Sisters & Senang: The Island Plays

    Jean Tay’s stage plays have been performed in Singapore, the US, the UK and Italy, and include The Shape of a Bird (2016), It Won’t Be Too Long: The Cemetery—Dusk (2015), Senang (2014), Sisters (2013), Boom (2008, 2009, 2012), Everything but the Brain (2005, 2007, 2013), Plunge (2000), The Knot (1999) and Water from the Well (1998). In addition, she has written the books for the musicals The Great Wall: One Woman’s Journey (2017), The Admiral’s Odyssey (2005), the NUS Centennial musical Man of Letters (2006), and children’s musical Pinocchio (2010). Learn More

    $14.87
  5. The Incredible Basket

    Quek Hong Shin is a freelance illustrator who has illustrated several picture books including The Amazing Sarong, Lolly's Secret and the Ahoy, Navy! series for RSN's 50th anniversary. The Amazing Sarong–the first book he wrote and illustrated–was shortlisted for Best Children's Title at the Singapore Book Awards 2016. Learn More

    $15.94
  6. The Riot Act

    The Riot Act is now available for preorder! Orders will only be fulfilled in late April/early May 2018. Learn More

    $26.64
  7. 9th of August

    Andre Yeo is a deputy news editor at The New Paper, where he works with reporters and edits commentaries. He has been a journalist for 21 years. Learn More

    $26.64
  8. Annabelle Thong (New Cover)

    Imran Hashim fell in love with France a little late in life (in his teens) but made up for it by studying French with a vengeance at the National University of Singapore. Learn More

    $20.22
  9. The Trampolines That Nadia Built

    Darren Ong is an academic from Kuching, Sarawak. He holds a PhD in mathematics from Rice University in Houston, USA. He is now an associate professor at Xiamen University Malaysia. He wrote this book whilst in the US as a lecturer to help a friend, who was struggling through a difficult doctorate programme. Learn More

    $15.94
  10. Timothy and the Phubbers

    Ken Kwek is a screenwriter, film director and playwright. He spent his childhood watching movies on an ancient machine called a VHS player. Ken studied literature at the University of Cambridge and dramatic writing at New York University. He worked as a journalist and a cook for a few years, then wrote and directed several movies that (unfortunately) cannot be viewed on a VHS player. Timothy and the Phubbers is his first children’s novel. Learn More

    $13.80