Holiday Reading and Writing Journals

Holiday Reading and Writing Journals Recently I found one of my old holiday journals. It is full of glued in Christmas cards, bus tickets, movie tickets, whinges and reflections on a family holiday, letters from...

Christmas Reading Tent

Christmas Reading Tent PudStar broke her arm last week following an incident with a NYC snow dome. Perfect timing…just in time for summer swimming and lots of parties involving jumping castles! Unfortunately it also happens...

Children’s Book Council of Australia | Children’s Book of the Year Awards

Children’s Book Council of Australia | Children’s Book of the Year Awards   Book Week 2013 | Read Across the Universe | August 17th – August 23rd Book Week is a nationwide celebration of books, reading...
10 things you need to know about Deborah Abela

Book People: Deborah Abela

Deborah Abela is one of the most popular authors in Australian children's literature – and you only need to read one of her books or see one of her school presentations to know why children...
Hetty Feather by Jacqueline Wilson reviewed by a kid book blogger

Jazzy’s Bookshelf: Hetty Feather

The lovely Jazzy is back this week with a brand-new review for your reading pleasure! Megan loves sharing her blog with young reviewers, and Jazzy is one of her favourites. This week, she's reviewing...

Eco Books on Sale!

Eco Books and Products on Sale! Public service announcement! Biome has 25% off ‘almost’ everything for two days. Discolosure: I am an affiliate for them, meaning  the CBD site gets a small commission to fund...
The story behind A Most Magical Girl by Karen Foxlee

The story behind the book: Karen Foxlee’s ‘A Most Magical Girl’

*Please see the end of this article for a special message Karen Foxlee's 'A Most Magical Girl' is having a well-deserved most magical run in 2017. Not only has A Most Magical Girl won the...

Children’s Literature Quotes

Children's Literature Quotes You'd never believe it I know...but I adore all things children literature and I am particularly in awe of the authors, illustrators and publishers who create such amazing works. This is one of...

Jazzy’s Bookshelf: Raymie Nightingale

Tween book blogger Jazzy is back, this time with a review of Raymie Nightingale by Kate DiCamillo. You can read Jazzy’s complete bio here, see her blog homepage here and ‘like’ her Facebook page,...

New and Old Favourites: Children’s Books for Christmas

2017 is a year I am keen to see end for obvious reasons. And yet STILL I cannot believe that it is time to start the whole Christmas thing - which is going to...