Come Over To My House – Auslan Translated Book

$25.00 incl GST

This engaging and inclusive children’s book comes with a QR-code link to an Auslan translation.

The translation is performed by an expert in Auslan linguistics and story-telling – a native Auslan signer from a 4-generation Deaf family.

Such books are a great way to expose Deaf children or Auslan students to rich authentic Auslan.

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Come Over To My House is a delightful picture book that explores the home lives of children and parents who are Deaf or disabled. Co-written by disability advocate Eliza Hull and Australian Children’s Laureate Sally Rippin, the inclusive rhyming text authentically explores the characters’ various disabilities.

A cast of friendly characters invite friends over for a play – there’s fun to be had, food to eat and families to meet!

Come over to my house. Come over and play!
I’ll show you around, you can stay the whole day.
We’ll swing on the swing-set and splash in the pool.
Then I’ll race you inside where my bedroom is cool.

Featuring a gorgeous die-cut cover, bright illustrations and a diverse cast, this is a must-read for all families.

  • Winner of the for the inaugural DANZ Award for Picture Books (Diversity in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand)
  • 2023 Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA) Notable Book for Early Childhood
  • Best Picture Book of the Year (2022) as voted by Readings Staff
  • A ‘Best Conversation Starter’ Winner in the 2023 Bookstagang Picture Book Awards

Author: Eliza Hull & Sally Rippin
Illustrator: Daniel Gray-Barnett
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 32pp
Dimensions: 270mm x 220mm

Published by Hardie Grant 2022

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