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Boogie Books
Boogie Books
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An independent publisher, focused on children writing books supporting children, and it fully supports The Child Writes Foundation. Other titles by adult authors are deemed to ‘help children understand their world’.

https://www.facebook.com/ChildWrites/
http://www.readtomeday.com

Boogie Books is a small press publisher with BIG purpose – helping children understand their world – one beautiful book at a time.
The business was established in 2003 in a bid to encourage others to see their words in print. In the ten years since 2005, Boogie Books has also supported the Child Writes program – cajoling and guiding children through the entire process of creating their own book, ensuring children writing for children supporting children. With over 350 titles, Boogie Books is the largest publisher in the world of children’s books by children on Amazon!
Now it is time to really pick things up a notch or two as Boogie Books continues to not only support the program, it is also championing the Child Writes Foundation and International Read to Me! Day.
Contact Emma Mactaggart:

Email – em@boogiebooks.com.au

https://www.facebook.com/ChildWrites/
http://www.readtomeday.com

www.boogiebooks.com.au
PO Box 1375
Toowoomba
QLD
0438 990 211
Teena Raffa-Mulligan Author
Teena Raffa-Mulligan Author
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Teena is a West Australian author, editor, guest speaker and workshop presenter with a lifelong passion for books and writing. She writes whimsical and quirky stories for children of all ages and her publications include poems, short stories, picture books and chapter books.

Teena Raffa-Mulligan is a West Australian author who knows an unusual remedy for wrinkles, the secret fuel to put a grandpa into orbit and a drastic solution to the dilemma of a cranky dad. She writes whimsical and quirky stories for children of all ages and her publications include poems, short stories, picture books, chapter books and a middle grade novel. Her first published picture book was a stranger danger tale that was endorsed by the WA police and education departments of the day and used widely in schools around the country.

Teena’s writing life has also included a career as a journalist and editor. She is passionate about books and writing and presents talks and workshops to encourage children and adults to write their own stories. For younger children Teena dresses up as a characters from one of her books to show them writers can do anything, be anyone and go anywhere in their imagination while writing their stories.

Her most recent publications are True Blue Amigos (Wild Eyed Press), Catnapped! and Best Beast (Xist Publishing).

Visit her website at www.teenaraffamulligan.com or find her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TeenaRaffaMulligan

WA
0438 916 001