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May 2022 Reading Round-Up

In May, I managed to read 26 books. All were review books, and most were Australian, and twenty-three were  by women. I have almost completed all my chosen challenges – with one category in the Dymocks Reading Challenge and one in the QBD Reading Challenge left. Some reviews are scheduled for June and July as… Continue reading May 2022 Reading Round-Up

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Australian Children’s Laureate 2018-2019: Morris Gleitzman

In 2008, The Australia Children's Literature Alliance was formed as an independent and not-for-profit organisation that champions and promotes "the transformational power of reading in the lives of young Australians." The ACLA is inclusive, representing the spectrum of the field of children's and young adult literature. The vision and mission of the ACLA is: ACLA's… Continue reading Australian Children’s Laureate 2018-2019: Morris Gleitzman