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Some resources prepared by The National Centre for Australian Children’s Literature Inc. Starting School and School Days — Experiences we remember Remember your school days? Who can forget the angst, fear, anticipation, dread, and excitement experienced over so many years? Australian authors and

A Big Trip Around Australia Written by Jessica and Stephen Parry-Valentine Illustrated by Ashlee Spink Reviewed by Mia Macrossan The authors have a  passion for filmmaking and photography, they are well-known for their YouTube travel series: Flying the Nest is a popular travel channel

By Kunyi June Anne McInerney  Reviewed by Lara Cain Gray  Kunyi June Anne McInerney is a Yankunytjatjara woman, born on a station near Oodnadatta in South Australia in 1950. When she was four years old, she was taken with three of her

Written by Inda Ahmad Zahri Illustrated by Nabila Adani Reviewed by Mia Macrossan According to Twins Research Australia multiple birth numbers have remained relatively consistent in Australia over the last ten years with about 4,248 multiple births last year. That's a lot of

Written by Terri Owbridge Illustrated by Emma Stuart Reviewed by Margarite Igras Terri, a proclaimed introvert, in her debut picture book shares her valuable life lesson, that social interaction can be fun. The colourful, lively Illustrations  by Emma Stuart add emotional depth to

By Jordan Collins and Phil Lesnie Reviewed by Lara Cain Gray The first spread of this thought-provoking new release shows a child with their woollen hat pulled down over their ears. The words ‘Where are you from?’ pulse around them – Where?

By Idan Ben-Barak Illustrated by Philip Bunting Reviewed by Sandhya Parappukkaran  The Very Hard Book is the second book collaboration by the compelling partnership of Idan Ben-Barak and Philip Bunting. This book explores big concepts such as meta-cognition and philosophy of the mind

By Carl Merrison, Hakea Hustler and Samantha Campbell Reviewed by Lara Cain Gray ‘Clothes maketh the man’ is an old-fashioned proverb, but a sentiment that plenty still embrace. It suggests that people judge you by your clothes, but also that wearing certain

By Libby Gleeson and Hannah Sommerville Reviewed by Lara Cain Gray Charlie’s Whale is the latest release from multi award winning Australian author Libby Gleeson, brought to life by illustrator Hannah Sommerville with delicate seascapes and nuanced characterisation. The narrative focus is young Charlie, who

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