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By Emma Gourlay Illustrated by Kate Moon Reviewed by Mia Macrossan Like Kip, debut author Emma Gourlay grew up with a black dad and a white mum. She now lives…

By Zewlan Moor and Simon O’Carrigan Reviewed by Lara Cain Gray The Bill Dup is the second picture book release for author Zewlan Moor and one of many for illustrator…

By Sandra Severgnini Reviewed by Sandhya Parappukkaran Sandra Severgnini’s newest picture book, Meet Mim, has a cover that exudes mystery. The murky sea blue-green background, curious wide-eyed fish and drops…

By Tom Taylor and Jon Sommariva Reviewed by Sarah Custance Tom Taylor and Jon Sommariva are both well-known powerhouses in the Australian comic/graphic novel scenes. Together they wrote and illustrated…

By Rebecca Fraser Reviewed by Sarah Custance Rebecca Fraser is a Melbourne based author and editor who has written three middle-grade novels, a speculative short story collection, as well as…

by Alice Pung and Sher Rill Ng Reviewed by Charlotte Barkla Millie Mak is a creative and industrious nine-year-old who turns everyday objects into something new. Through her ingenuity, she…

By Reece Carter Reviewed by Helen Gearing Nutritionist-turned-children’s-author Reece Carter burst onto the Australian kidlit scene in 2022 with his debut novel, A Girl Called Corpse, also reviewed in StoryLinks,…

By Kate Mayes & Tamsin Ainslie Reviewed by Mia Macrossan Kate Mayes has written quite a few picture books including Daddy Cuddle and Mummy Cuddle, and my favourites The Bum…

By Melissa Greenwood Reviewed by Mia Macrossan Melissa Greenwood was born on her Gumbaynggirr jagun (homelands) in Coffs Harbour and raised between both Gumbaynggirr and Bundjalung nations. On Melissa’s matriarchal side,…

By Laura Steven Reviewed by Lucille Rose Reading Every Exquisite Thing by Laura Steven is like taking a shot of espresso—deliciously dark and so strong that it takes over your…

Written by Dave Lowe Reviewed by Annaleise Byrd Dave Lowe is a British-born, Brisbane-based author whose previous works include the My Hamster Is a Genius series, The Incredible Dadventure series,…

Written and illustrated by Emily Snape Reviewed by Annaleise Byrd Emily Snape is a London-based author and illustrator whose many previous titles include the Motor Mix series, The Little Monster’s…

By Garth Nix Reviewed by Ayesha Uddin Garth Nix, author of the Old Kingdom, Seventh Tower, and Keys to the Kingdom series, needs no introduction. In The Sinister Booksellers of Bath, second book in…

By Sara Shepard Reviewed by Charlotte Barkla Oh, how I wish Penny Draws a School Play was around when I was a kid. Penny Lowry is in 5th grade and…

By David Lawrence. Illustrated by Cherie Dignam Reviewed by Helen Gearing Short chapters, lots of dialogue, larger-than-life characters, cartoon-style illustrations and a wallop of fun make David Lawrence’s latest middle-grade…

By Hayley Rawsthorne. Illustrated by Briony Stewart Reviewed by Helen Gearing ‘These little ears, so tender and dear. The songs they will love, the noises they’ll fear.’ As all book…

Reviewed by Lucille Rose Not Here to Make You Comfortable, written by the women of Penguin Random House Australia, is a collection of fifty women’s stories from across the globe.…

By Ash Barty Reviewed by Mia Macrossan This is the Younger Reader edition of Ash Barty’s official autobiography. She says It’s a tennis story. It’s a family story. It’s a teamwork…

By Ashleigh Barton and Martina Heiduczek Reviewed by Mia Macrossan There are many different ways to greet and say hello to people.  Language uses both speech and the body to…

By Andrea Portes Reviewed by Melissa Salisbury Andrea Portes is the author of two adult novels and a number of young adult novels, including Anatomy of a Misfit. In this…

By Leigh Hobbs Reviewed by Mia Macrossan Leigh Hobbs is an Australian artist and author. He is best known for the humorous children’s books which he has written and illustrated,…

Written and illustrated by Dr Seuss Reviewed by Mia Macrossan Theodor Seuss Geisel – better known to millions of his fans as Dr. Seuss wrote more than 40 children’s books…

  Karajia and Environment Awards for Children’s Literature The Wilderness Society’s annual celebration of the best new nature-themed children’s books are definitely worth a look at any time of the…

By Sally Soweol Han Reviewed by Sandhya Parappukkaran Australian-Korean author and illustrator Sally Soweol Han, who won the 2023 Children’s Book Council of Australia New Illustrator award for her beautiful…

By Fiona Lloyd Reviewed by Zewlan Moor  Jimmy Baxter starts the story as Jimmy Branthwaite, a boy in Year 6. He and his mother are being driven to a safe…

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