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Australia Remembers presents a detailed explanation of the origins and traditions of Anzac Day and Remembrance Day, exploring both their connections and significance to young Australians today. The colourful traditions and symbols of these special days are described in language that is easily accessible to younger readers, helping them to understand what these mean and how important it is to remember those Australians who have fought for their country and those who keep us safe today. Australia Remembers is designed to ensure that the next generation shares the history and traditions of these important occasions. (ages 6-12)

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Granny’s Place captures both the past and the present and brings them together in a touching tale of family ties, sense of place and childhood adventures. The blend of accessible narrative with an historical period in Granny’s Place enriches both understanding of the time and of Australian identity while bringing the past to life. The targeted early childhood audience will enjoy opportunities to share in the delight of adventure while gently be encouraged to accept that grief and change come with the rhythms of life (ages 6-12)
Shearing Time
As the sun peeks over the horizon we are ready to start the working day all over again… I love shearing time! From sunrise to sunset the shed rumbles with the racket of busy shearers, cranky sheep and clever dogs. Motorbikes zoom across the paddocks while the warmth of homely baking wafts from the farmhouse kitchen. Shearing time is the best time of the year! This charming and evocative story captures delightful childhood memories and brings the past to life! All in the delight of a country kid! (ages 6-12)

 

 

Anzac Sons - the compelling true story of the Marlow brothers, compiled from a collection of over 500 letters sent from the Western Front.
Anzac Sons – the compelling true story of the Marlow brothers, compiled from a collection of over 500 letters sent from the Western Front. (adult)
The children's version of Anzac Sons to be released in April.
The children’s version of Anzac Sons, longlisted 2016 ABIA Awards
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