How Can Kids Help with Climate Change? Article by Elizabeth Mary Cummings

#rainshaker #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day4 The harsh realities of the world turned into positive affirmations and interpretations. Thank you for this deeply insightful and empowering article to save our future, Elizabeth! xx I want a child who can change the world, a child who can believe, a child who is full of hope and energy and READ MORE

Helping Children Through Grief by Karen Hendriks

#feathers #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day3 Children having to deal with loss is varied and complex, and each individual child copes and expresses their emotions in their own way. Karen Hendriks shares her experiences as a teacher, and as a parent, with the focus on the power of stories to help children through their grief. A beautiful READ MORE

Roll Up, Roll Up! Penny Harris’ Guide to Teaching Empathy and Responsibility with Ginnie and Pinney

We are delighted to welcome back Penny Harris, author and knowledgeable expert in teaching social and emotional skills to children in the early years. You may remember our wonderful ‘Ginnie & Pinney, Learn & Grow’ book campaign where we discovered the fun and value from the first two titles in the series. It is with READ MORE

Generating Income as a Creator – IT IS POSSIBLE! Article by Adam Wallace

#kidsbookcreatorcapital #shortcourses #bookcampaign #booksontourpr Do you want to know the truth? The real truth? I’m talking about the truth behind the myth that creators simply don’t make a decent income from their craft. Well, guess what? Adam Wallace, the one who has done it all, speaks from experience. And he says, IT IS POSSIBLE! Let’s READ MORE

How to Utilise Go Away Foxy Foxy for Language and Comprehension Development by Karen Hendriks

#goawayfoxyfoxy #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day4 Karen Hendriks, author of Go Away, Foxy Foxy; a fun and empowering story on working together to solve a problem, shares her teaching expertise on how to develop effective language and comprehension skills when utilising her book. We have a handy guide with tips and examples for adults wanting to teach READ MORE

Australia’s only Nobel Laureate for Literature, Patrick White

#patrickwhite #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day3 We thank author, Toni Brisland, for sharing her passion and research into the life of ‘Australia’s only Nobel Laureate for Literature’; Patrick White. Her findings are remarkable, just like the man himself – a person of great humility and honour. Thanks, Toni, for teaching us more about this phenomenal Australian icon READ MORE

Helpful Points to Raising a Sensitive Child by Tania Louise Smith

#nottoofarfrommybackdoor #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day4 You may have a sensitive child, or perhaps you are a sensitive adult. Handling challenging and overwhelming emotions can be tricky. Social worker and author of Not Too Far From My Back Door, Tania Louise Smith is here to offer all of us – parents, educators, and sensitive people – some READ MORE

Remain on High Alert – News on Max Booth from the Bluggsville Evening Post

#maxboothfuturesleuth #chipblip #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day4 Senior journalist of the Bluggsville Evening Post maintains an interesting view on the case of the missing ‘Cosmic Collar’, and who they call, ‘Runaway Ragamuffins’ – Max Booth and Oscar B Beaglebot. Please read on to find out what they have to say… Article by Cameron Macintosh.     Follow READ MORE

Focus on Language Development: Tips for Caregivers by Marg Gibbs

#jaspersjumbledupwords #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day4 We thank Marg Gibbs for providing some solid tips and background information for caregivers on the development of language and speech in young children. Her picture book, Jasper’s Jumbled up Words, is a wonderful sounding board for understanding the emotions associated with learning this new skill, and is also a beautiful READ MORE

How to Help your Little Knight Win the Battle by Ashling Kwok

#thebattle #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day4 Ashling Kwok, author of The Battle; an empowering story on childhood anxiety, shares her expertise on how to sensitively and effectively manage children’s fear associated with going to school. We also have some super handy tips and strategies for parents in the same boat. Thanks, Ashling! x Fears are a common READ MORE