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2022 Aussie Authors Reading Challenge Completed – Emu

I completed this challenge in about February but have only just managed to sit down and write this post amidst all my other reviewing. As usual, I started on the Kangaroo level, and progressed to Emu, and well beyond that. My reasoning for doing this is because even though I always know I’ll have as… Continue reading 2022 Aussie Authors Reading Challenge Completed – Emu

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My Reading Journey February 2022

In February I read thirty books and have almost completed my reading challenges. I’ve hit my target for the Aussie Author Reading Challenge. There are only a few books I haven’t reviewed – mostly books I have had to read for my work as a quiz writer haven’t been reviewed. I’ve read a variety of… Continue reading My Reading Journey February 2022

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The Girls Who Changed the World: Ming and Flo Fight for the Future by Jackie French

Title: Ming and Flo Fight for the Future Author: Jackie French Genre: Historical Fiction/Time Slip Publisher: HarperCollins Australia Published: 2nd March 2022 Format: Paperback Pages: 288 Price: $16.99 Synopsis: An empowering and exhilarating look at the girls who went before us, and the way they shaped the world. Twelve-year-old Ming Qong is convinced that girls must have… Continue reading The Girls Who Changed the World: Ming and Flo Fight for the Future by Jackie French