As a not so good cook, I need all the help I can get! Justine’s The Weeknight Cookbook takes all the stress out of dinnertime.
Community invites the reader to connect with people through food. This book isn’t just about cooking and eating; it is a celebration of cooking and coming together to share it.
Peppa and her friends learn about Chinese New Year at school where Madame Gazelle teaches them about this celebration.
With so much bullying in the world – not just in our schools – it is refreshing to see a book that celebrates the importance of you. What could be more giving than the words, You have a space here and You are Welcome here
The main reason why I am looking forward to attending this festival, is that it brings people together from across Australia who have a love for the creative arts, to celebrate books, writing, reading, poetry, illustrations and all of their creators.
Clare Atkins, thank you for writing this book and for giving me insight into a world in which I had previously little knowledge about. It is raw, compelling and challenging and for that I am grateful.
There is so much to love about this book especially if you want to learn how to say “I love you” in English, Spanish, Japanese, Mandarin, and French. With some words on each page and buttons to press to hear the pronunciation of “I Love You”, this book has the right combination to engage your child in languages by site and sound.
When looking through books to add to the Aussie Animals Smarty Arty experience I found a lot of indigenous books. These books engage children in aspects of Aboriginal culture, beautiful art work and stories of Australian Animals. The library I borrowed them from had such a good variety of indigenous themed books that I found it hard to chose, but these are some which I thought would be fun to pair with the art experience.