There is pressure (often unspoken) to be normal. Our current bullying epidemic is evidence of this.
A Walk in the Bush (by Gwyn Perkins) tells us the story of Little Iggy, who is taken on a journey of discovery in the great outdoors by Grandad.
Champions of Change: Shelter NSW, Community Activism and Transforming NSW’s Housing System
Cicada tell story.
Story good. Story simple.
Story even human can understand.
Tok Tok Tok!
Google “roadies” and you will probably find reference to the American television series.
Shortlisted for Picture Book of the Year 2018 by the Children’s Book Council of Australia, this book is fun and a high-quality and timeless addition to any bookshelf.
What quickly becomes clear from these stories is the incredible diversity and remarkable resilience of Indigenous people.
Lynn Jenkins wrote her book, Lessons of a LAC, to help anxious children learn a new way to approach life.
Oliver Jeffers is my favourite children’s author and illustrator of all time.
Tom and Mark’s book was a delight. They managed to avoid the obvious pitfalls of causing despair or inducing guilt.