Monday, 21 May 2018
Guest Post: Melanie H Fortin Review: Love
Unlike some of the young adult and picture books he (Matt de la Pena) has previously written, we are not following a young Mexican boy. Inst...
Review: Blast Off!
Blast Off! is a super-fun whirlwind of fact and fiction by super-duper talented Shelly Unwin and Ben Wood. In Blast Off!, two kids a...
Sunday, 20 May 2018
Review: Kookaburras love to laugh
Laura and Philip Bunting, creators of Koalas Eat Gum Leaves , have released a new page turning, witty and amusing story about Australia...
Saturday, 19 May 2018
Review: The Yark
What is the Yark? It has been likened to the Gruffalo. He is a big and hairy beast, has jagged teeth and long fangs, and loves to eat chi...
Friday, 18 May 2018
Review: Cloud Conductor
Inspiring and full of positive messages, this exquisite book carries themes of strength, courage, patience, hope and the healing power ...
Review: Take Three Girls
Three successful and talented Australian YA authors have combined their awesomeness to produce a novel which deserves all the accolades an...
Thursday, 17 May 2018
Review: An Indian Beach
Welcome to the magical, ever-bustling world of an Indian beach. Seen through the eyes of French artist Joelle Jolivet, at Chennai, in...
Meet the Illustrator: Kathy Creamer
Describe your illustration style in ten words or less. My style is varied, from colourful cartoon to semi realistic. What items are ...
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Review: The Girl who Drank the Moon
This is a magical and haunting novel that will stay with you with you long after you have closed the cover. It is an enchanting modern fai...
Review: Spot Goes to the Swimming Pool
Eric Hill delivers another delightful first experience story about our favourite yellow dog with brown spots. Spot the dog is back in a br...
Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Review: Red Alert!
The International Union for Conservation of Nature(IUCN) Red List has been compiled by scientists from around the globe that have colle...
12 Curly Questions with author Charles Hope
1. Tell us something hardly anyone knows about you. I was a talented ballroom dancer as a child. It began when mum and I were waiti...
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