Giveaway: Old Fellow

Renowned Australian creators, Christopher Cheng and Liz Anelli, have combined forces to produce a touching and tender picture book about the joy that can be found in companionship and community. An old man and an old dog look after each other […]

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Review: Boogie Woogie Bird

Aside from the groovy sounding title, the thing that strikes you first about debut author, Alision Stegert’s Boogie Woogie Bird, is the jaw dropping detail of Sandra Severgnini’s illustrations. I have known and lived with curlews, notably, the Bush stone […]

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Review: Blogfish

You may be familiar with the humble blobfish – the animal that has been deemed by some as the ‘Ugliest Animal in the World’ (a harsh and cruel title, at that).  But what you might not know about blobfish is […]

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Video: Author Interview with Lynette Noni

Our avid well-read junior reviewer, Lily Weigl took time out from her busy school schedule to video interview the delightful, Lynette Noni, author of the enthralling Medoran Chronicles.  Today they discuss characterisation, writing for your audience and the inspiration behind […]

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Review: Super Duper

At first glance this book appears to be deceptively simple, but inside its pages this title packs a lot of punch within its weight range!  One of the truly delightful things about this book is that every idea is inspired […]

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Review: Seal Child

Seal Child is a book about a child who gets lost after a bad storm, and goes on a long journey, but manages to find a friend along the way. This small child, the protagonist of the story, lives a […]

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