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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Froi of the Exiles by Melina Marchetta Blood sings to blood, Froi . . . Those born last will make the first . . . For Charyn will be barren no more. Three years after the curse on Lumatere was … Continue reading
The Artist Who Painted a Blue Horse by Eric Carle ‘I am an artist…’ begins Eric Carle’s vibrant tribute to the creative life. And just like an imaginative child, this is one artist who paints the world as he sees … Continue reading
25 years ago, Art Spiegelman published the ground-breaking graphic novel Maus. A complex, personal and raw account of the relationship between a father and son, Maus is also considered to be one of the difinitive narratives on the Holocaust and … Continue reading
Teachers’ notes are now available for Jen Storer’s delightful The Accidental Princess. Download them here. Inside the lilac hedge, two sets of glittering emerald eyes observed Matilda through the heart-shaped leaves. ‘It is the princess!’ whispered a tiny voice . … Continue reading
Danielle Binks is a graduate of the RMIT Professional Writing and Editing program and has spent three years as a book reviewer for major Australian publishers. You can find Danielle’s blog at alphareader.blogspot.com. Dystopia – an imagined place or state … Continue reading