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WIN! A Pre-Release Copy of the NEW Klassen and Barnett Book

As a teeny tiny thank you for the enormous outpouring of support we have received these last few weeks, I have one giveaway starting this Monday, and one starting next Monday - and they...

2017 CBCA Children’s Book Week: Escape to Everywhere

As schools start back, the excitement begins to build for Book Week (if you're already thinking about costume ideas you'll find lots here! Here, Trisha Buckley introduces us to the theme for 2017 CBCA...
6 Aussie picture books to hug tight | childrensbooksdaily.com

Six Aussie Picture Books to Hug Tight

Today's guest post is from the wonderful Sandy Fussell, an award-winning, bestselling Australian children's author, who is also the in-schools Literary Festival Co-ordinator at The Story Crowd, children’s book reviewer for the Sunday Telegraph Funday supplement...
Jacqueline Harvey meets Belinda Murrell to talk about Pippa's Island

Book people: Belinda Murrell

For this week's Book People post, we asked the fabulous Jacqueline Harvey to catch up with Belinda Murrell about her new series Pippa's Island. Fortunately for us, they agreed! Take it away Jacqueline... TMB There’s...
Book review: The Fall by Tristan Bancks

Review: ‘The Fall’ by Tristan Bancks

Megan describes herself as 'an avid fan' of Australian kids/YA author Tristan Bancks (you can read her Book People interview with him here). Given that her 'mind was blown' by Tristan's novel Two Wolves,...

Book Party: Alice in Wonderland

In one of those really weird online/offline worlds collide moments...I ordered a gorgeous organic cotton nightie for Pud from online company Nightie Night Lane a few years ago and noted that one of...
Belinda Murrell interviews Oliver Phommavanh

Book people: Oliver Phommavanh

We hope you are enjoying our series of Book People posts for CBD! This week, bestselling author Belinda Murrell is back with another terrific interview with hilarious children's author Oliver Phommavanh. You might remember...
Book review: We Are Okay by Nina LaCour - for older teens

Review: ‘We Are Okay’ by Nina LaCour

Thoughtful, trustworthy book reviews are the backbone of Children's Books Daily and TMB is working hard to keep them coming for you! Today, Trisha Buckley from Trish Talks Text, who Megan describes as 'the...
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...
An oral history of Begin End Begin: A #LoveOZYA anthology

Begin, End, Begin: (The Making of) A #LoveOzYA Anthology

This week, TMB is excited to be highlighting a shiny new YA release. Begin, End, Begin: A #LoveOzYA anthology showcases some of the brightest stars on the Australian YA scene, and makes the perfect gift...