Read Like a Girl Father Daughter Event Attention Dads of students in Year 7 & 8. We invite you to play a part in your daughter’s reading journey. You can do this by participating in our Read Like a Girl
I’m Australian Too by Mem Fox and illustrated by Ronojoy Ghosh is one of the 2018 CBCA shortlisted picture books for Book of the Year: Early Childhood. Celebrating our multicultural heritage, this story illustrates the richness we find in diversity
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
What is it like to grow up Aboriginal in Australia? Edited by Anita Heiss, this anthology of 52 unique and diverse stories articulates what it has been like for people on the ground who have grown up Aboriginal in Australia.
Our Book of the Week is If I Tell You by Alicia Tuckerman, a leading voice for young LGBTQA+ voices in Australia. It is a contemporary, heart-wrenching romance and debut novel about identity, love, loss and being brave enough to
YA Author Ellie Marney says her novel White Night “revolves around the question of how teenagers find their ethical path if the adults around them are modelling dysfunction.” Drawing on her own experiences of growing up in a community steeped in
Between Us by Clare Atkins is a heart-breaking teenage love story set against the grim reality of life for asylum seekers in an Australian detention centre. It is recommended for YA readers and adults alike and will expand your world views
Living on Hope Street, by Turkish-Australian author Demet Divaroren, is a portrait of contemporary Australian urban life. Everyone living on Hope Street in a multicultural Australia has a story, and their diversity is portrayed as a strength, not a threat.
The Wonderling by Mira Bartok is a delightful read for younger readers 9 yrs +. It’s an illustrated book, an adventure fantasy, and a coming of age story. You’ll fall in love with Arthur, the one eared groundling, and his
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