All You Can Eat 5-12 (2019)


Fourteen new books, hand-picked from the best in the world, delivered to your door

A Gecko Press All You Can Eat book subscription is designed for schools, a book-filled present drawer, and large, book hungry families.

You receive all the books we publish in 2019 for this age group in the week they are released, direct to your mailbox. We offer you the Gecko Press guarantee of quality, value and consistency, with books adults and children will want to read again and again.

Because you are subscribing to books before they are published, occasionally a book or a price may change but the subscription will remain for a total value over $365.



A breathtaking journey along the world’s most important rivers, from the author of international bestseller Timeline. A non fiction book for children and all ages.


Where Dani Goes, Happy Follows

A stand-alone follow-up to the acclaimed chapter books that began with New York Times Notable Book My Happy Life.

Read the first chapter here:

Everyone Walks Away

Everyone Walks Away

A beautiful, multi-layered children's book about loneliness, exclusion and belonging.


I Am So Clever

The big bad wolf is back, all dressed up in Grandma’s nightie—but it’s not having quite the effect he was hoping for.

Encyclopedia of Grannies

A funny, funky book full of word play, answering all your questions about grandmas—especially the ones you never thought to ask.

Harsu and the Werestoat

Fairytale, time travel and adventure for middle readers.


Simon discovers girls—and nits—in the new story in this bestselling series.


Song of the River

In this quintessential Joy Cowley story, Cam follows the river’s journey from its source in the mountains all the way to the sea.


An uplifting, warmhearted early chapter book about a crow, who proves you can move mountains (or even dromedaries) and perform truly heroic deeds if you believe in yourself.

The Runaways

Grandpa’s in the hospital and hating it. He swears at the nurses and makes trouble for everyone. Dad finds it too stressful to visit, but Gottfried Junior visits Grandpa as often as he’s allowed, and when he’s not allowed, he goes anyway.

Grandpa thinks only of the place he was happiest—the island where he lived with Grandma. He wants to go back one last time, but they won’t let him out of the hospital.

Gottfried Junior and Grandpa take things into their own hands. If running away is the only way to the island, then they’ll be runaways.

Otto Goes North

A cosy story about friendship, travel and knitting.

Cornelia and the Jungle Machine

A picture book that takes the young reader into the jungle and immerses them in a filmic universe of mechanical wonders.

The Gobbledegook Book: A Joy Cowley Anthology

Joy Cowley’s favourite stories, poems and nonsense rhymes collected and reillustrated in a hardback gift volume for the family to treasure.