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Writing and Creating Space (a post in which I rave about a desk - oh yes I do) I have now signed up as an affiliate...

Review of ‘The Worm Who Knew Karate’ Written by Jill Lever. Illustrated by Terry Denton. Publisher: Penguin Group Australia Age Range: Early Childhood – Lower...

Humour in Children’s Literature My most recent 612ABC radio 'Bookworms' half hour was about the books that make our young people, and the adults who...

Book People: Rebecca Johnson I feel like I've known Rebecca for the longest time and I cannot believe I've not featured her sooner in one...

Love is Love “Love is love,” declared Barack Obama, in the aftermath of the supreme court’s landmark decision on gay marriage on Friday,  “and this ruling...

Book People: Meg McKinlay I really, really love the writing of Meg McKinlay, and when I started these Book People posts she was one of...

Creating and Crafting Books (Alternate Title – Megan Daley has a Meltdown on her Blog About School Lunches) School holidays are approaching and I could not...

Review of ‘This is a Ball’ Written and illustrated by Beck and Matt Stanton Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Age Range: Early Childhood – Lower Primary Themes: I don’t really...