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  1. The Last Immigrant

    Lau Siew Mei was born and raised in Singapore. She is the author of two novels, Playing Madame Mao and The Dispeller of Worries, and a children’s illustrated middle grade book, Yin’s Magic Dragon. Learn More

  2. The Phantom of Oxley Castle

    Liana Gurung is a recent graduate of the National University of Singapore. She has published a short story in The Ayam Curtain anthology (Math Paper Press) in 2012, and served in various capacities as English teacher, peer tutor and editor. The Phantom of Oxley Castle is her first children's picture book. Learn More

  3. Fearless Frosty - The Mighty Story of Mountain Runner Anna Frost

    Fearless Frosty tells the tale of New Zealander Anna Frost and how she chased her dream to become a professional mountain runner.

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  4. The Virtues Series

    Ken casts authentic young characters into everyday situations that reveal the meaning of virtues such as reliability, compassion, co-operation, forgiveness, confidence, courage, creativity, thankfulness, diligence, patience, honesty and a sense of justice. Learn More

  5. The Great Singapore Poo Sale and Other Beastly Business

    Full of whimsy, this funny and fun-loving caper celebrates the wildlife of Singapore. Learn More

  6. The Ranger Anne Series

    Ranger Anne has one of the best jobs in the world—she takes care of animals and plays with them! How amazing is that? Learn More

  7. Tiny Thoughts On... (Collection 1)

    Tiny Thoughts On… is a collection of stories on values and virtues, each told from a child’s perspective, encouraging kids to work out their problems by thinking about possible solutions on their own. Learn More

  8. Nature Playtime Series

    Emma and her grandmother, Popo, are best friends. Back in Popo's day, children played with whatever they could find around them. As Popo relives the old ways of play, new worlds are opened for Emma and love is passed on from generation to generation. (Suitable for 3-7 years old) Learn More

  9. Ordinary Oliver Series

    A total of three books for children to be entertained and inspired. The author knows with absolute certainty that every child is created a superhero, born with an amazing gift for an extraordinary purposes. And, like Oliver, it's our responsibility to make the most of what we've been given. (Suitable for 7-9 years old) Learn More

  10. Where Are All the Birds?: The Extraordinary Mind of Dr Goh Keng Swee

    Darel is a visual storyteller who illustrates the tales of the natural world through his unique brand of wry wit and whimsy. He works across a range of styles and media, especially enjoying digital and printmaking methods, to bring his creations to life. He is currently based in sunny Singapore. Learn More