Author Archives: PTC

New books for Secondary School – November 2014

Atlantia AUTHOR: ALLY CONDIE Published:06/11/2014 Rio dreams of leaving the underwater city of Atlantia and living in the world Above. But all Rio’s hopes for the future are shattered when her twin sister, Bay, makes an unexpected choice, leaving Rio stranded … Continue reading

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New books for Primary School – November 2014

Tim and Ed AUTHOR: URSULA DUBOSARSKY/ ILLUSTRATOR: ANDREW JOYNER By the much-loved storyteller Ursula Dubosarsky comes this bouncing story about two cheeky koalas brought to life by Andrew Joyner’s classic artwork. Here is Tim. And here is Ed. Same ears, same eyes, … Continue reading

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Stuff Happens – Student Reviews

  Our brand new series Stuff Happens has been a huge hit with parents and teachers who are looking for contemporary reads that have the added bonus of subtly teaching emotional literacy and empathy. With four titles in the series … Continue reading

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Student Reviews

We love hearing what our readers think here at Penguin Teachers’ Academy and we are delighted to share with you the latest student reviews below. Percy Jackson and the Greek Gods – Rick Riordan In Percy Jackson and the Greek Gods, … Continue reading

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Off the Shelf September 2014 – OUT NOW!

                                Just in time for a weekend read, we are delighted to bring you our very latest edition of Off the Shelf! Its a bumper edition … Continue reading

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Picture Books – October 2014

A brand new month approaches and we have some of our most anticipated picture books for 2014 to share with you! Written and illustrated by some of Australia’s most talented creators, we are letting the covers do all the talking. To … Continue reading

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Can you help Lyka?

We know many of you have embraced Lyka, our little robot scientist with the big heart, and taken her and her message into your homes, libraries and classrooms. After her whirlwind Australian tour, where Lyka visited with hundreds of students … Continue reading

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