In The Vexatious Haunting of Lily Griffin, Lily works to solve the mysteries surrounding her family in this three part book packed full of adventure, magic and a little bit of history. This Word Find activity sheet fosters and builds word recognition skills, visual cues, spelling and improves concentration. For more teaching activities, download the […]
In Alex and the Alpacas Ride Again by Kathryn Lefroy, Alex, Leeui and Grandpa Jacob work together to transcribe an ancient language and crack the code in order to save the day. This code breaker activity sheet is designed for kids to create their code and write a message to a loved one. For more […]
Fremantle Press is delighted to partner with the City of Cockburn’s Success Library to bring you the 2022 Fremantle Press Great Big Book Club on Saturday 23 July. Spend the afternoon among friends and fellow booklovers to discover your new favourite story and meet the author who wrote it. Hosted by Fogarty Award winner Brooke […]
Michael Burrows joins fellow debut writers Diana Reid and Ella Baxter as this year’s Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Australian Novelists. As reported in SMH’s Spectrum, the judges felt the three novelists stood out from the many other entrants for their ‘strong narrative voices, memorable characters and sharp writing – they’ll make you laugh, cry […]
Listen to Portland Jones speak about her new novel, Only Birds Above, at the Old Midland Court House. Portland will be discussing her novels and the process of writing literary historical fiction, and her book will be available to purchase on the night from Dymocks Midland. Only Birds Above is the story of two wars […]
Join travel writer Tim Richards for a virtual event as he talks about his book, Heading South, and his 7000 km rail journey around Australia, from Far North Queensland to southwest WA. An epic train journey around Australia in 2018, starting at the remote town of Normanton, in crocodile country, and ending in Bunbury, where […]
Join Emily Sun for a virtual event as part of Bassendean Library’s Literary Salons in the Library series, as she discusses her debut collection of poetry, Vociferate | 詠, and talks about her work. Inspired by diasporic-Asian feminist writers, Emily resists Orientalist tropes as she explores the complexities of national and transnational identities, reflects upon […]
The Light series by Dianne Wolfer and illustrated by Brian Simmonds includes The Last Light Horse, In the Lamplight, Light Horse Boy and Lighthouse Girl. These four books each look at some of the historical figures who played a part in World War I and are suitable for children to read as they learn about […]
Join David Whish-Wilson as he celebrates the launch of his latest novel, The Sawdust House. Hosted by New Edition, the book will be available to be purchased and signed on the night. Entry is free, light food will be provided and drinks will be available to be purchased from the bar. Bookings are essential and […]
Join acclaimed artist and author / illustrator Kyle Hughes-Odgers as he launches his first board book, Everything You Want to See at Rabble Books. There will be a reading of Kyle’s new book, art activities suitable for kids and adults, stickers and hopefully some ripe watermelon from the Rabble garden!
Join Koorliny Arts Centre for their first Stories on Stage event for 2022 as Karen Herbert, author of The River Mouth, takes to the stage with fellow crime writer Michael Trant, in-conversation with Monique Mulligan. Enjoy supper as you listen to the authors talk about their new crime releases, book deals, and more!
Meet local authors Portland Jones and Dianne Wolfer as they share a conversation about their lives amongst animals and their shared passion for the Light Horse regiment. Copies of their most recent books, Only Birds Above and The Last Light Horse, will be available to purchase on the night from Typeface Books.