ISBN 978-1-922803-75-7

Rainbow Stew

Rainbow Stew is all about a pot of vegetable and fruit stew which sets off a Rainbow of bursting colours. There are lots of bears, fruit, vegetables and rainbows in this playful book.

Suitable for all early learning ages, from toddlers up to grades prep, one and two.

ISBN 978-1-922629-34-0


This book is about trees; their varieties and what they do for us and the planet. With playful and rhyming words, children will learn all about the fascinating world of trees. For all ages up to 8 years.

ISBN 978-1-922722-16-4


This book shows how water is used in areas of our life. Illustrated with fun and water colour, children will learn how wonderful and important water is. For all ages up to 8 years.

ISBN 978-1-922629-18-0


Celebrate is about life. How amazing it is to feel and enjoy all the incredible things our body is able to do! Do you want to celebrate with us? For all ages up to 8 years.

ISBN 978-1-922629-60-9


Smile is a book about children noticing all different parts of their body, in an uplifting and positive way. With rhyming words and a lot of fun, you can’t help but smile. All ages up to 8 years old. 
ISBN 978-1-922527-04-2

Tic Tac and Jackson the Cat

Based on a true story of Tic Tac and Jackson two cats that connect after a life changing experience. Jackson finally learns to accept the new arrival of Tic Tac into their home and family.

Brightly illustrated with rhyming pages, this book will keep children captivated to the end with its lesson of acceptance.

ISBN 978-1-922629-61-6

Coconut the Cat

This book is based on a true story about a very loved, family cat called Coconut.. He is a ‘rescue cat’ from Melbourne. This story is a take on his energetic, playful nature. The imaginative part of this story has Coconut the Cat riding his bike, collecting Nature’s items to impress his adoring owners. For all ages up to 8 years old.

About the Author

Connie Knight started writing Children’s books 25 years ago when she was a single mum with three very young daughters Olimpia, Candice and Sabrina.

Watching her girls play and listening to their imagination inspired her to write 7 childrens books that the girls loved. Twenty-five years later Connie has started to write again back to creating fun short stories that rhyme and bring joy and learning for children.