There is no one quite like Juno Jones, she doesn’t like reading, is writing a book, she’s got ninja moves and is usually up to some sort of mischief…or at least thinking about it.
Join me in congratulating Serena Geddes on the launch of her first Author/Illustrated book, Rosie and Rasmus
Hello Garage made me smile the instant that I saw it, and I only loved it more after opening it and reading the story about Ludo, lifting the flaps, and touch and feel elements.
I believe this is a must have book for all Australians to read, not just because the royalties go to charity, but because it shows that our young people are thinking of the future, are overcoming the odds to advocate for positive social change.
A Great Escape is a story of courage, resilience and bravery during a time of uncertainty. Felice Arena has again written about a difficult topic in a way that keeps the reader invested in the story.
Trouble comes to Tea Tree Bend! Brother and Sister Cam and Ellie and their friends Billy and Louisa have had enough of the town signs not having apostrophes. They develop a posse and take it into their own hands to fix things.
“Lottie has a secret…Only Lottie knew that a shark was hiding in the swimming pool.” Each week at Swimming lesson Lottie just sits and watches, making sure the shark doesn’t eat her. It is not until one week that Lottie makes a new friend Walter, that she begins to find her bravery.
It’s 1914 and Evie was experiencing a life of goodness and happiness until her sweetheart, Tom, leaves for the war. In a different time, 2017, we have story of strong-willed Lizzie who is changing, rejecting friends and what she believes to be right.