A few Australian children’s books to finish off AusReading Month 2022

Accidentally Kelly St illustrated by Briony Stewart with lyrics by Tim O’Connor from Frente! For people of a certain age, or perhaps people who had young children in 1992/93, you will remember the bubbly, joyful, effervescent pop group Frente! bouncing around our screens in colourful clothes, hair rollers and pearls. Accidentally Kelly Street was the … Continue reading A few Australian children’s books to finish off AusReading Month 2022

That’s a Wrap #AusReadingMonth2021

Bravo! And thank you one and all for all your stellar reading, reviewing and commenting throughout November. We’ve had well over 50 books read and reviewed, with many of you cleverly combining events by reading Australian novellas and Australian non-fiction. I’m afraid that my grand ideas for reading a BINGO card fell through once again. … Continue reading That’s a Wrap #AusReadingMonth2021

AusReading Month – Celebration

AusReadingMonth has three ways to share your love of Australian literature – celebration, anticipation and promotion. You can combine all three in one post or spread them out over three separate posts. Celebration is all about what you’ve read this year. Simply list, collage and/or discuss the Australian books you’ve read since last AusReading Month. … Continue reading AusReading Month – Celebration

AusReading Month – Celebration, Anticipation & Promotion

Back in 2013, I was struck by a desire to celebrate and promote Australian literature. I chose the month of November to coincide with Triple J’s annual AusMusic Month. Now in it’s 8th year, AusReading Month has grown from a few bloggers sharing their latest Aussie book reviews to include a host of bloggers around … Continue reading AusReading Month – Celebration, Anticipation & Promotion