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Written by Michael Gerard Bauer Illustrated by Chrissie Krebs Reviewed by Mia Macrossan Michael Gerard Bauer is the multi-award-winning author of The Running Man and Don’t Call Me Ishmael . His…

Story and sculptures by] Tjanpi Desert Weavers ; Pitjantjatjara text by Tjunkaya Tapaya and Imuna Kenta ; based on stories by Akitiya Angkuna Tjitayi, Imuna Kenta and Anne Karatjari Ward…

By Andy Fackrell Reviewed by Barbara Braxton Have you heard of a flamboyance of flamingos?  Perhaps a bloat of hippos or even an implausibility of gnus? Wilbur is on a…

By Sarah Armstrong Reviewed by Mia Macrossan Sarah has published several books for adults included the Miles Franklin shortlisted Salt Rain. Big Magic is her first novel for children, with…

By Tim Harris and illustrated by James Hart Reviewed by Sarah Custance Tim Harris is the much beloved author of the Exploding Endings series as well as the Toffle Towers…

By Katherine Battersby Reviewed by Sarah Custance Katherine Battersby is an Australian author/illustrator now living in Canada with her family. Before heading into the world of children’s literature she worked…

By Phillip Gwynne and illustrated by Liz Anelli Reviewed by Sarah Custance Phillip Gwynne is an Australian author with over 20 books to his name, spanning from picture books to…

by Tristan Bancks Reviewed by Mia Macrossan Tristan Bancks has written books for children and teens which include the thrillers Two Wolves, The Fall and Detention. He has won many…

by David Walliams Illustrated by Adam Stower Reviewed by Mia Macrossan David Walliams needs no introduction as he has been a popular fixture in the children’s book world for many…

By Kiah Thomas Reviewed by Mia Macrossan There are so many middle grade stories where the protagonist has a special power that sets him/her apart from the rest of his…

By Christopher Cheng Illustrated by Lucia Masciullo Reviewed by Mia Macrossan Christopher Cheng has written more than 40 books for children.  The recently released – Wombat, Bear and Rat, and The…

We are delighted to announce that the Bibliography discussed by Dr Robyn Sheahan-Bright in the Book Links Narelle Oliver Lecture in Children’s Literature is now available and free for you…

by Petr Horàcek Reviewed by Barbara Braxton Black Bear is feeling lonely, so he decides to look for a friend. Luckily, he meets Brown Bear, who is in the same…

By Anh Do Illustrated by David Atze Reviewed by Sarah Custance Vietnamese-Australian author Anh Do has written some of the bestselling children’s book series over the last decade and created…

Written and illustrated by Rebecca Timmis Reviewed by Sandy Driessens Squibbering squids! The bright colours of the coral reef and creatures are disappearing from Cockleshell Cove! Sandy Starfish and her…

Written and illustrated by Maria Speyer Reviewed by Sandy Driessens “Are you there?  It’s so lonely in the dark!” The lights are off, it’s bedtime and a little girl calls…

Meet the Creatures Who Inspire Our Homes and Cities Written by Christiane Dorion Illustrated by Yeji Yun Reviewed by Sandy Driessens Humans think they can build anything, but the fact…

By Terri Libenson Reviewed by Sarah Custance Terri Libenson is an American graphic novelist; Remarkably Ruby is the 6th book (7th if you count a journal with some short stories…

By Kaye Baillie and illustrated by Shane McG Reviewed by Sarah Custance Australian author Kaye Baillie is a writer of both fiction and non-fiction picture books, one of her books,…

Written by Jaclyn Crupi Illustrated by Cheryl Orsini Reviewed by Margarite Igras This delightful and informative picture book is aimed at young children and packed with ideas and activities on…

By Kathryn Lefroy 2022  Reviewed by Zewlan Moor Alex and the Alpacas Ride Again is a fast-paced sequel to Alex and the Alpacas Save the World, although it can be…

By Helenka Stachera Reviewed by Sarah Custance UK author Helenka Stachera grew up with her British mother and Polish father, surrounded by legends and fairy tales. The Ice Whisperers is…

By Polly Faber and illustrated by Clara Vulliamy Reviewed by Sarah Custance British author Polly Faber is an author of both picture books and early readers novels. She writes about…

By Robert Vescio and illustrated by Anna Pignataro Reviewed by Sarah Custance Sydney based author Robert Vescio has written over a dozen picture books and has achieved international success with…

By Karys McEwen Reviewed by Sarah Custance In her spare time, Australian author Karys McEwen is the president of the CBCA (Children’s Book Council of Australia) Victorian branch, a school…

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