Beautiful Mess by Claire Christian is a thought provoking read dealing with some hefty, young adult issues and is recommended for our Senior Fiction readers (15+). Graphic Book Review Claire Christian talks about Beautiful Mess Slider image: Kintsugi: the
Take Three Girls is a thought-provoking read about female friendship for our Senior Fiction readers (15+). Collaboratively written by three friends and award-winning novelists Cath Crowley, Simmone Howell and Fiona Wood, this is a coming of age story dealing with
Daughter of Nomads by Rosanne Hawke is an historical fantasy set in the 17th century Mughal Empire. Told in a traditional old storytelling style, it will delight readers from ages 10 – 18 years. Graphic Book Review
The 2017 Book of the Year winners, Honour books and Crichton winner have been announced as part of Book Week celebrations around Australia. The entries are judged, among other things, on their literary quality. The awards are aimed at promoting
Our Book of the Week, The Wrong Train by Jeremy de Quidt, is a series of short stories that is sure to be appeal to middle years’ readers who enjoy scary, creepy tales. Are you brave enough to read them?
These are the Top 10 novels that have been borrowed this semester. If you are looking for your next read, pick any from the list and see what everyone else is enjoying. Make sure you write a review on the
Jane Harper’s debut novel, The Dry, is a thrilling, page-turner for grown up readers of crime fiction. Take a look at our graphic book review below and recommend this #greatread to your friends. You won’t be disappointed! Graphic Book
Tru & Nelle by G Neri is a fictionalised reimagination of the childhood friendship and adventures of Truman Capote and Harper Lee. This gentle novel is highly recommended as a magical read for ages 9+ Graphic Book Review