Published: 2nd April 2018 Publisher: Penguin Viking (Penguin Random House Australia) Pages: 32 Format: Hardback Picture Book Courtesy of the Publisher RRP: $24.99 4/5 Stars One fine summer's day two bugs discover the most beautiful peach of the season and are faced with a dilemma... Who should eat it? The Last Peach by … Continue reading REVIEW: The Last Peach by Gus Gordon
Published: 18th July 2016 Publisher: Penguin Viking (Penguin Random House Australia) Pages: 32 Format: Hardcover Children's Picture Book (ARC provided Courtesy of the publisher) RRP: $24.99 4/5 Stars Albert can't help getting into mischief when no one is around. But one day he goes too far . . . Oh, Albert! A perfect story about … Continue reading REVIEW: OH, ALBERT! by Davina Bell and Illustrated by Sara Acton
Today I'm so excited to introduce you all to a dear friend, work colleague and incredibly talented and creative young women. Stacy T is warm and friendly, creative individual who writes for and founded the Newcastle children's entertainment group The Little Scallywagz, is an award winning song writer and has recently turned her hand … Continue reading Let’s Talk Books With Stacy T: Singer-Songwriter, Actress, Picture Book Author & Founder Of The Scallwagz.
Published: 1st October 2015 Publisher: Exisle Publishing (EK Books) Pages: 32 Format: Hardback, Purchased @ Newcastle Writers Festival 2016 RRP: $24.99 3.5/5 Stars Beautifully explores the father daughter bond. A little girl notices her father mowing the lawn - in the process destroying her favourite flowers: the dandelions. She rushes out to stop him, but … Continue reading REVIEW: Dandelions by Katrina McKelvey & illustrated by Kirrili Lonergan
Published: 22nd June 2015 Publisher: ABC Books, Imprint of Harper Collins Australia Pages: 32 Format: Hardback, Picture Book RRP: $24.99 5/5 Stars A celebration of families of every kind! Meet Anna, Chiara, Henry, Izzy and Jack. Their families might not look like your family, but that's okay ... they're perfect, just the way they are! … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘Just The Way We Are’ by Jessica Shirvington & Claire Robertson