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Jacqueline Harvey books…

Continuing on the books in my collection, I'm sharing Jacqueline Harvey Goodreads Author and her Clementine Rose books, or at least the first two. Jacqueline Harvey Born AustraliaWebsite http://www.jacquelineharvey.com.au/Twitter JacquelineHarveGenre Children's BooksMember Since July 2011Jacqueline Harvey has combined a successful career in education with her love of a good story. She is the author of… Continue reading Jacqueline Harvey books…

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Eco Rangers books by Candice…

Microbat Mayhem (Eco Rangers #2) by Candice Lemon-Scott (Goodreads Author), Aśka (Goodreads Author) (Illustrator)  I really enjoyed this book. Not only did I feel I got to know Ebony and Jay better and their commitment to being Eco Rangers. They both took on the care of two abandoned baby bats, including feeding and cleaning. They found the baby bats at… Continue reading Eco Rangers books by Candice…

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Wombat books by Jackie French

Jackie French https://www.jackiefrench.com/diary-of-a-wombat Diary of a Wombat by Jackie French Created with Bruce Whatley Diary of a Wombat has also been adapted for stage by the team at monkey baa theatre.   Diary of a Wombat A delightful and entertaining peek into the life of one very busy wombat! Monday Morning: Slept. Afternoon: Slept. Evening: Ate.… Continue reading Wombat books by Jackie French

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Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge YouTube book review

Hi Readers and Creatives, Here is my next YouTube view book review on a delightful picture book 'Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge' by Mem Fox and illustrated by Julie Vivas. For those who don't know Mem Fox (she's pretty famous in Australia) I'm putting in her biography, and then my written book review. I hope you… Continue reading Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge YouTube book review

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Lenny’s Book of Everything by Karen Foxlee my YouTube review

Three-year-old Lenny is a new big sister to her baby brother Davey. Her mother, Cynthia Spink, is good at knowing when something is not right. She had a bad feeling about Davey. He was born ‘Perfectly Normal’. Six days after Neil Armstrong took his first steps on the moon Davey turned five and he had… Continue reading Lenny’s Book of Everything by Karen Foxlee my YouTube review

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The Very Hungry Bear book review by Jill Smith

Book Review by Jill Smith©Sept21 Title: The Very Hungry Bear Author/Illustrator: Nick Bland Publisher: Scholastic Press Nick Bland Bear was very hungry and grumpy. He hadn't caught a fish until...he got something big on his line. He pulled and pulled until Polar Bear faced him.Brown Bear could see Polar Bear had lots of fish. You've… Continue reading The Very Hungry Bear book review by Jill Smith

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‘Ophelia and the Marvellous Boy’ book review

Hi readers and fellow creatives. Here's my next review on YouTube. I'm passionate about the hugely talented and imaginative work of Karen Foxlee. I hope you enjoy this review and my background to Karen's creativity. https://karenfoxlee.com Please comment and let me know what you think of my review. Happy reading, writing and creating. - Jill… Continue reading ‘Ophelia and the Marvellous Boy’ book review

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Jill Writes Book Reviews YouTube… Bob the Railway Dog

cover This is my next YouTube video book review. Bob the Railway Dogby Corinne Fenton (Goodreads Author), Andrew McLean (Illustrator) This is a delightful picture book that became the theme for the Myers window display the year the book was released way back in 2015. This book is based on a true story. I hope you like this review… Continue reading Jill Writes Book Reviews YouTube… Bob the Railway Dog

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Gold Coast Writers Meeting 21st August – Judy Wollin

Judy Wollin Judy is a member of Gold Coast Writers and a current Committee member. She's also recently joined the 'Adults Writing for Children' subgroup 'The Ten Penners' which I belong to and enjoy. This group has released three anthologies and are hoping that we'll have another to add to this list in the next… Continue reading Gold Coast Writers Meeting 21st August – Judy Wollin

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Candice Lemon-Scott talk GCW meeting – Part two

Yesterday, was part one of Candice Lemon-Scotts talk at last Saturday's Gold Coast Writers meeting. Today I'll continue from when she began to explain How she got her books out there. Candice explained that she's introverted and said if she can do it, anyone can. She then went onto the 'Types of Promotional Opportunities' slide.… Continue reading Candice Lemon-Scott talk GCW meeting – Part two

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Candice Lemon-Scott talk at Gold Coast Writers meeting…

This is a brief run down of last Saturday's Gold Coast Writers meeting. This is part one of this write up, more tomorrow. Candice Lemon-Scott books Candice began by saying she has a long link with Gold Coast Writers as she'd been a member and known and supported many local authors. She was first published… Continue reading Candice Lemon-Scott talk at Gold Coast Writers meeting…

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In Five Years by Rebecca Serle book review by Jill Smith

Book Review by Jill Smith©Aug 21 Rebecca Serle Title: In Five Years Author: Rebecca Serle Publisher: Quercus Dannie Kohan is meticulous in her planning. She’d meet a guy and fall in love, they’d move in together and then get married. It was the perfect five year plan. She's a lawyer and does everything by numbers… Continue reading In Five Years by Rebecca Serle book review by Jill Smith

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The Locksmiths Daughter by Karen Brooks review…

Mallory Bright is at the beginning of this book a shamed woman who hides from everyone except her playwright friend Caleb. She enjoys the theatre but not the walk through the streets of Queen Elizabeth's London where her former fiancé ridicules her. As readers, we are drawn into an Elizabethan England with Protestants against Catholic… Continue reading The Locksmiths Daughter by Karen Brooks review…

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Christine Bongers books next in my book collection…

Christine presents difficult topics through teenage girls eyes, so realistically it makes you feel sad, confused and frightened with the characters. I love her writing and have enjoyed her presentations at Somerset Storyfest. If you like Fiona Wood, Cath Crowley or Jaclyn Moriarty, you'll love Christine Bongers' gripping new coming of age story, Intruder.I don't… Continue reading Christine Bongers books next in my book collection…