Book People: Sarah Davis I’ve been online stalking Sarah Davis for some time now – in the nicest possible way! I have adored her illustrations ever since I purchased ‘Fearless’ some years ago now. I...

It is my very great pleasure and immense honour, to introduce you today to Will Kostakis. Will is without a doubt one of my favourite YA authors of the last few years and he...

Book People: Ananda Braxton-Smith I have read and very much enjoyed Ananda Braxton-Smiths young adult series, 'The Secrets of Carrick'. I do so love it when an accomplished YA writers turns their talent to our...

Yesterday I had Matt Stanton come to school as a visiting author/illustrator, thanks to Where the Wild Things Are/Avid Reader.  I bring as many authors to my school library as is possible as it...

Book People: Janeen Brian I have long loved the work of Janeen Brian and can never quite believe how diverse her writing style is. I often double check covers to see it really is Janeen's name...

Book People: Allison Rushby I first came across Allison Rushby when I met her mother, Pamela Rushby, who I featured here some time back. I was chatting to Pamela at a literary function (I see her...

Book Links Queensland, the Centre for Children's Literature, is one of my favourite literary groups and the work that is done by this passionate and committed group of volunteers is remarkable.They have recently announced Jackie...

Book People: David Mackintosh I have loved the work of David Mackintosh for the longest time and I am so excited to be featuring him here today - I rather loved what he said about his...

I am asked a least once a week for a 'scary' book by young library visitors. 'Goosebumps' remain ever-popular but there is not much else on offer for 8-11 year old readers who want...

'The Book that Made Me' has been my constant breakfast companion for some months now. I like nothing more than taking ten minutes to read over breakfast and it's always a non-fiction title which...