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By Larissa Ferenchuk and Prue Pittock Reviewed by Lara Cain Gray Unusually for a picture book, Two Rabbits comes with a subtitle: Even best friends argue sometimes. It sets itself up quickly as a book for the earlier cohort of picture book

By Jeannie Baker Reviewed by Mia Macrossan Jeannie Baker's work is renowned her miniature collage constructions impressive for their accuracy and  detail. Her ground- breaking innovative approach has won numerous awards.  Her many books, each a visual feast,  include Where the Forest

By Megan Daley & Max Hamilton Reviewed by Mia Macrossan Megan is well known in the children's literary and librarian world for her advocacy of children's reading. Her publications include Raising Readers, about how to nurture a child's love of books, and Teacher,

By Alex Johnston & Gregg Dreise Reviewed by Margarite Igras This picture book written by South Sydney Rabbitohs star Alex Johnston and illustrated by  First Nations artist, storyteller and musician, Gregg Dreise will appeal to all those children interested in the various

By Katrina Germein and Cheryl Orsini Reviewed by Lara Cain Gray Katrina Germein and Cheryl Orsini are prolific contributors to Australia’s picture book industry, with a reputation for humorous and heartwarming stories for young readers. Little Book Baby explores the social and

By John Williamson Illustrated by Andrea Innocent & Jonathan Chong Reviewed by Mia Macrossan John Williamson is an  Australian singer songwriter who has had two of his popular songs produced as picture books Old Man Emu and Christmas in Australia. Voice of the Sea

By Angela Casabene & Michelle Conn Reviewed by Mia Macrossan This love letter to children everywhere is Angela's first picture book inspired by her own two daughters. Michelle lives in Victoria and works in both traditional and digital media to illustrate characters

By Heath McKenzie Reviewed by Mia Macrossan Heath McKenzie is a  Melbourne-based author and illustrator who specialises in stylised digital illustrations (aiming to make them look as non-digital as possible). He has written and or illustrated over 40 books. This one, Zoo

By Victoria Carless Reviewed by Mia Macrossan Brisbane based Victoria Carless's previous novels include the YA novel The Dream Walker and the middle grade Gus and the Starlight, reviewed in StoryLinks. Lani and the Universe is another charming adventure for middle grade readers. Lani is

By Christelle Dabos Reviewed by Lucille Rose Christelle Dabos is the author of The Mirror Visitor, which won the Gallimard Jeunesse-RTL-Télérama First Novel Competition. Here and Only Here,  is an immediately engaging novel depicting the ups, downs and strange in-betweens of high school. Four

By Jordan Collins and Myo Yim Reviewed by Margarite Igras Jordan Collins was born in Chicago, Illinois and moved to Australia when they were eight years old. Their heritage is African-American Greek-Australian. They have also written Where?, reviewed in StoryLinks by Lara Cain

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