Friday Favourites :: 11 March

Now I know it is hardly original, but we are absolutely loving Greek Myths right now. I mean, they are having a moment, right?Our daughter recently spotted an ad for an exhibition at the National Museum of Australia about the Ancient Greeks and was keen to check it out, which we told her we could […]

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Friday Favourites :: 4 February

Happy Friday! How many guesses do you need to figure out what’s on my favourites list this week? Haha! Look, it’s not that I’m ever busting for school to go back. In fact, I’m a bit the opposite – I always feel like the holidays whizz past so quickly, and end up wishing we had […]

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BOOK STACK :: Keeping the kids entertained

Now that the excitement of Christmas is starting to settle (although, full disclosure, I like to keep it going for the full 12 days through to 6 Jan!) we’re starting to think about settling into school holidays. Like many people around the country – and the world I guess – we’re laying pretty low right […]

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Christmassy :: Q&A :: Karen Ginnane

One of my favourite #LoveOzYA books this year was Karen Ginnane’s debut novel When Days Tilt, the first part of her Time Catchers duology. This historical fantasy fiction novel hit just the right spot for me – as you can see from my review. Today I’m delighted to have Karen here to talk a bit […]

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Christmassy :: Q&A :: Samone Amba

I feel like there has been some really outstanding Aussie middlegrade coming out this year, and one of the titles I have on my TBR that looks fantastic is Samone Amba’s debut novel The Good Times of Pelican Rise: Save the Joeys. This one looks like perfect school holiday reading for kids heading into or […]

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Christmassy :: Q&A :: Eva Amores and Matt Cosgrove

Justin Chase is having the WORST WEEK EVER!His Mum has just married a vampire.His Dad is driving a giant toilet on wheels.His cat has probably been abducted by aliens.A psychotic bully is making his first day at a new school miserable.And right now, he’s hanging off the edge of a 10-metre-high diving tower in front […]

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