November Archive

That’s What I’d Do

Jennifer Minicus | 28 November 2012
written for ages 2-7 | highly recommended
published in 2012
Simply enchanting.

The More the Merrier

Tim Golden | 25 November 2012
written for ages 13-16 | acceptable
published in 2006 (2003)
More is not neccessarily merrier when it comes to eccentric relatives.

The Icarus Project

Jennifer Minicus | 20 November 2012
written for ages 9-12 | highly recommended
published in 2012
Does scientific inquiry trump human rights?

The Trumpeter of Krakow

Jennifer Minicus | 17 November 2012
written for ages 11-14 | highly recommended
published in 1992 (1928)
Everyone admires a young, courageous hero.

Fun for Animal Lovers

Emily Castilla | 15 November 2012
written for ages 2-7 | highly recommended
For children who love animals, these picture books are a fun read.

The Sleeping Sword

Tim Golden | 11 November 2012
written for ages 13-16 | recommended
Bun Bendle sustains a head injury in a diving accident and is left blind.

Book Reviews

Pitch Your Book Australia winners

Pamela Golamco | 06 November 2012
A drama/mystery book concept entitled Knowing Olivia, which involves siblings separated by divorce, has won the inaugural Pitch Your Book Australia competition.

Malcolm at Midnight

Jennifer Minicus | 05 November 2012
written for ages 9-12 | recommended
published in 2012
Everyone thinks Malcolm the rat is a mouse.

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