Review: Before The Beginning by Anna Morgan

Before the Beginning by Anna Morgan is a contemporary coming-of-age story with a subtle thread of mystery and maybe a touch of mythology. »

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Review: Hollowpox by Jessica Townsend

Hollowpox is the third book in the Nevermoor series and is a comforting and cosy read that was somehow still jam packed with adventure, mystery and turmoil. »

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Review: The Secret Life of Stars by Lisa Harvey-Smith

The Secret Life of Stars by Lisa Harvey-Smith is an interesting, accessible book on astrophysics that's appropriate for teens or anyone interested in space »

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Review: Zombierella by Joseph Coelho and Freya Hartas

Zombierella, the first book in a new series, Fairy Tales Gone Bad, is written by Joseph Coelho and illustrated by Freya Hartas. »

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Review: The F Team by Rawah Arja

The F Team by Rawah Arja is an incredible Australian contempory young adult book. »

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Review: Riven by Bronwyn Eley

Riven is the second installement of Bronwyn Eley's dark young adult fantasy series The Relic Trilogy »

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Review: Lizard's Tale by Weng Wai Chan

Lizard’s Tale is a gorgeous middle-grade spy adventure, set in Singapore in 1940. »

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Review: Relic by Bronwyn Eley

Relic is Bronwyn Eley’s debut novel, and the first instalment of The Relic Trilogy, an Australian YA fantasy series published by Talem Press. »

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Review: The Theory of Hummingbirds by Michelle Kadarusman

The Theory of Hummingbirds by Michelle Kadarusman is an incredibly sweet and moving story for young readers (8+). »

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Deaths in Custody in Australia

To be anti-racist in Australia requires the acknowledgement that this is stolen land. That our country is not only built on the genocide of over 500 »

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