NAIDOC Week is an opportunity to celebrate the histories, cultures and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

This term we asked some of our favourite writers to send us their top storytelling tips and tricks with a couple of writing exercises to boot. Take a look below and don’t forget to download your free poster for the classroom or order it from admin@fremantlepress.com.au.

In the lead-up to summer holidays, keep children engaged in the classroom with our free activity sheets and teaching notes. We’ve also got a selection of bookmarks to give away – just email admin@fremantlepress.com.au to get your hands on them.

NAIDOC Week is an opportunity to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Would you like some free classroom activities, stickers or bookmarks? Here’s a selection of the latest.

Goldfields Girl by Elaine Forrestal is a historical novel for middle readers featuring real-life nineteenth-century teenager Clara Saunders. In this blog post, Elaine takes us into the exciting, dusty, fly-ridden world of a gold rush.

I’m Elaine Forrestal and Goldfields Girl is my latest historical fiction for students, teachers and history buffs of any age. My fiction, in various genres, has been published since 1983. This is my third historical fiction novel. In this blog post I will share my top tips for using your local, state or national library […]

Anzac Day marks the anniversary of Australia’s first major military action, and is also a national day of remembrance that commemorates all Australians and New Zealanders who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations.

Helen Milroy, and her friend Honey the brush tail possum, have a special message for everyone spending extra time at home this week. They say that the best way to enjoy your time is to read some books about native Australian animals.

Classes might be homeward bound, and book launches may be cancelled, but booksellers, publishers and writers will keep on keeping on. Here are eight happenings, or potential happenings, coming to a virtual world near you. If you know of any others you’d like us to share – please keep us informed!

Whether they are in the classroom, the virtual classroom or just hanging out at home, there are plenty of free and fun activities to keep the youngest members of our community engaged.

The Lost Stone of SkyCity has been shortlisted in the 2019 Aurealis Awards for speculative fiction. The awards, which accept novels, novellas, anthologies, graphic novels and short stories, are given for works of outstanding literary merit and originality that make a significant contribution to the genre of speculative fiction.

It’s the last freebie frenzy of the year and we’ve got lots of amazing classroom resources and activities for you to get your hands on.

Music, magic, morality and masculinity form the basis of the exciting new books we have available this term, and there’s a bundle of fabulous freebies to go with them.

It’s all about the great outdoors this term, with animals, adventures and tropical islands galore.

From teaching notes to activity sheets, sample chapters to bookmarks, the Fremantle Press Classroom Express has a whole range of resources ready to help you make the most of our books in the classroom.

There are lots of exciting freebies to get your hands on for extra-fun sessions in the classroom this term. So check out what’s available below and grab some activity sheets to inspire creativity and learning in the classroom. All of the activity sheets and posters are available for download, just click on the image, download […]

We’re sure by now you’ll have fallen in love with the Fremantle Press books being serialised in The West Australian.

Grab all the latest bookmarks and activity sheets for the new releases from Fremantle Press.

This term’s freebies are a colourful bunch, with bookmarks, teaching notes and activity sheets available for our new August title for middle readers, Off the Track by Cristy Burne and our upcoming YA anthology Meet Me at the Intersection edited by Rebecca Lim and Ambelin Kwaymullina.

As Fremantle Press gets ready to publish YA anthology Meet Me at the Intersection, one of the book’s editors, Rebecca Lim, offers six tips for how to reflect diversity in class materials and discussions.

In Your Dreams by Sally Morgan and Bronwyn Bancroft is the book that will launch Story Box Library’s Indigenous Story Time. To celebrate, Fremantle Press and Story Box Library are each offering a 15% discount on their products and services.

Get hold of the latest free teaching activities and bookmarks for our upcoming titles Off the Track and Bush and Beyond.

We’ve just taken delivery of a whole bunch of bright new bookmarks and fun activity sheets to coincide with our latest titles. There’s lots to enjoy, so grab yours now while stocks last.