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Tag Archives: Environment Award for Children’s Literature
blog 112: In which the end of the year is in sight.
It’s been a bit over two months since my last post and these are my sins as always, it seems quite a bit has happened. A few days ago I completed my last school visit/author event for 2018. Yay! This … Continue reading
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blog 94: In which I quickly recap the past 8 weeks – with beaucoup de pictures!
A lot has happened over the last 8 weeks. Not much writing I have to admit (ie none) but plenty of writing-related things. For example … # I visited a number of schools in and around the BRISBANE/IPSWICH region, such as Ipswich Girls Grammar, … Continue reading
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blog 76: In which I just sit back and let Meg Bauer do all the work.
My daughter Meg is one of my all time favourite writers. Here’s a little piece she wrote a while back about an incident that happened to her on a Melbourne train. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Intro: Train A girl is staring above her, … Continue reading
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