Fantasy series to read instead of Throne of Glass

A few fantasy series to read instead of Throne of Glass »

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Australian Picture Books: Bronwyn Bancroft

If you’ve been reading my blog for a while you might remember when I kicked off a series on Australian picture books. I wrote a »

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Review: The Astonishing Chronicles of Oscar from Elsewhere by Jaclyn Moriarty

The Astonishing Chronicles of Oscar from Elsewhere is the Fourth book in Jaclyn Moriarty’s marvellous children’s fantasy adventure series, Kingdoms & Empires. »

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Favourite Board Books: 6 - 12 months

This is the final instalment in my series of posts on books my daughter liked in her first year. And I managed to post it before »

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Favourite Board Books: 3 - 6 months

This is the second instalment in my series of posts on books my daughter liked in her first year. Click through for the previous post on »

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Favourite Board Books: 0-3 months

I’m not sure when I’ll get the brain power back for full reviews, but I thought I’d do some posts sharing some of »

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Review: The House at the Edge of Magic by Amy Sparkes

The House at the Edge of Magic by Amy Sparks is a funny magical adventure for young readers (mid-Primary). I found it to be an entertaining read, with a fast-paced plot and quirky characters. »

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Review: Rising by Bronwyn Eley

Rising is the third and final book of The Relic Trilogy by Bronwyn Eley. An Australian young adult fantasy series. »

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Review: The (Other) F Word by Angie Manfredi (ed.)

The (Other) F Word is a young adult anthology on fat acceptance. »

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Review: Footprints on the Moon by Lorraine Marwood

Footprints on the Moon is a verse novel for late primary/early high school readers set in Australia in 1969. »

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