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Your V.I.P Invitation from Isobelle Carmody

Penguin Teachers’ Academy is delighted to extend to you on behalf of Isobelle Carmody, a special VIP invitation to Librarians and Teachers who would like to buy copies of the last book in the Obernewtyn Chronicles – The Red Queen, at a High Tea on … Continue reading

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Island Home by Tim Winton – Unit of Work available now

In Island Home – a landscape memoir, Tim Winton explores the story of how his relationship with the Australian landscape came to be, and how it has determined his ideas, his writing and his life. It is also a passionate … Continue reading

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Australia’s Second Chance by George Megalogenis

Are you teaching Civics and Citizenship in a secondary classroom? We have the perfect book for you. George Megalogenis, bestselling author of The Australian Moment, delivers a brand new book that covers almost every content description area in the Year 9 and 10 Australian Curriculum.  Most nations don’t … Continue reading

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid Old School Read-a-thon Challenge

How would you like a trip to Sydney to meet Wimpy Kid creator Jeff Kinney? This awesome once-in-a-lifetime opportunity is the grand prize in the 2015 Diary of a Wimpy Kid Read-a-thon Challenge. Plus, you can get a Wimpy Kid yo-yo … Continue reading

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Your unique chance to experience Matilda the Musical!

Matilda is the captivating musical masterpiece from the Royal Shakespeare Company that revels in the anarchy of childhood, the power of imagination and the inspiring story of a girl who dares to change her destiny. Inspired by the genius of … Continue reading

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Roald Dahl’s Twit or Miss App

In Twit or Miss, two of Roald Dahl’s most disgustingly memorable characters have made the journey from book shop to app store for the very first time – but Mr Twit’s eating habits are just as horrible as ever, and … Continue reading

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School Holiday Reads

Almost all the educators and librarians we encounter or converse with are avid readers. As former teacher librarians ourselves we know exactly how much reading is a requirement of the job. We understand that among all the books educators and … Continue reading

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