Read with Ursula

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Auslan Translation

**NEW** The Terrible Plop (Auslan)

The Terrible Plop is one of the most-loved picture books by our Australian Children’s Laureate Ursula Dubosarsky. Now even more children can enjoy this story. New on our website is a gorgeous Auslan Translation with thanks to Yeerongpilly Early Childhood Development Program. 

Ursula Dubosarsky & Andrew Joyner

Published by Penguin Random House

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The Little Cat (Auslan)

Ursula Dubosarsky wrote "The Little Cat" for children everywhere to provide a message of reassurance and hope during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Ursula Dubosarsky & Andrew Joyner

Video production by ACLF

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Too Many Elephants in this House (Auslan)

We hope you enjoy this very special Auslan translation of Ursula Dubosarsky's Join much loved book,

"Too Many Elephants in This House". 

Ursula Dubosarsky & Andrew Joyner

Published by Penguin Random House

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English

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The Terrible Plop

Children's Laureate and master storyteller Ursula Dubosarsky shares her award-winning picture book 'The Terrible Plop'.

Ursula Dubosarsky & Andrew Joyner

Published by Penguin Random House

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Too Many Elephants in this House

Join The Australian Children's Laureate Ursula Dubosarsky as she takes you inside her much loved book, 'Too Many Elephants in This House'. 

Ursula Dubosarsky & Andrew Joyner

Published by Penguin Random House

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Midnight at the Library

Join The Australian Children's Laureate Ursula Dubosarsky as she takes you inside her much loved book, 'Midnight at the Library'. 

Ursula Dubosarsky & Ron Brooks

Published by National Library Australia

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Multilingual

(Spanish Translation)

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Midnight at the Library

We hope you enjoy this Spanish translation of the much loved "Midnight at the Library", written by The Australian Children's Laureate Ursula Dubosarsky.

Spanish translation by Maria Barahona, with thanks from Lost in Books.

Ursula Dubosarsky & Ron Brooks

Published by National Library Australia