Review: A Hundred Thousand Welcomes

A Hundred Thousand Welcomes is a story, a poem, about peace and friendship. It’s about welcoming people, whatever their background, and sharing culture. The welcome might be for new friends or neighbours, and it might be for people who speak […]

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Review: Click

Everyone questions their sense of place and belonging at some point in their lives. For the young, school can be a minefield of self-doubt and friendship conundrums that threaten ones esteem and self-assuredness. Click is Kayla Miller’s pert interpretation of […]

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Review: Born to Run

Born to Run is the picture book edition of Cathy Freeman’s autobiography of the same name. It traces Cathy’s life, beginning as a young girl growing up in Queensland. That’s where she spent time with her family and spent a […]

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Review: Dragon Mountain

Do you like adventure and magic? Perhaps flying on dragons is your cup of tea? If so, you’re going to love this book. Set in the mountains in China, the story starts with the mysterious line, ‘Mountains always have secrets’. […]

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