There are some books that you move your hands over, admiring every inch and you know there is something special about the book inside and out. This book captured my attention and it was indeed something wonderful.
I think all of us have a bit of Moonfish in us both before and after his time of self-discovery, thank you Graeme Base for reminding us that we are all wonderful and have a place of belonging.
This has to be one of the best colour recognition books that I have seen in a while. The meerkats are cute, the words flow easily, and it is one of those books that are playfully engaging.
Four reviews done in haiku, something a little different and a fun way to talk about a book. I am not normally a Haiku writer, it is just for a bit of fun. Enjoy!
Detention was a privilege to read. It was confronting, powerful, emotional filled and an important story to tell. It reminded me that not all Australians live equally
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.
“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.