Knitting is not enough by Jane Smith

#CarlyMillsANewWorld #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day2 Jane Smith reveals where her character, Carly Mills, came from, her role in honouring our Australian pioneering women, and why their contributions of the past have been, and still are, so important to the future of younger generations. Jane has truly brought history to life – thank you! ‘Live life when READ MORE

Treasure Every Moment: Article by Ashling Kwok

#LolaandGrandpa #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day4 The story of Lola and Grandpa is one that resonates with many, on various and personal levels. It is a special tale of an unbreakable bond between a little girl and her grandfather, which, despite the sad loss, will always be treasured and remembered in her heart. Author Ashling Kwok delves READ MORE

What You Should Know About the Bedtime Routine by Wendy Haynes

#haydensbedtime #blogcampaign #booksontourpr #day3 Anyone with children and/or a puppy would understand that transitions from playtime to bedtime can be challenging, especially when uncertainty or fear are the cause. Wendy Haynes knows this all too well being a mother, grandmother, and puppy owner! Writing her story, Hayden’s Bedtime, for her young grandson, Wendy explains the READ MORE

A Truly Inspiring Story about Fear by Megan Higginson

#raymundandthefearmonster #blogtour #booksontourpr #day4 Megan Higginson has had to face and overcome pretty traumatic events in her life. Her bravery is truly inspirational, and undoubtedly, life changing. Megan used her fears to anchor courage through her story, which now she presents to the children of the world as a gift to be empowered by. In READ MORE

The Importance of Teaching Students about Totalitarian Ideologies by Jason K. Foster

#hadamarthehouseofshudders #bookcampaign #booksontourpr Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” – George Santayana In writing Hadamar I wanted students to think about the importance of their own education. I wanted to highlight both the importance of children to a society but equally how a totalitarian society will attempt to indoctrinate its READ MORE

When Little Worries are Big – for little people by Sonia Bestulic

#kissesinyourheart #blogtour #booksontourpr #day4 A small worry for a child can manifest itself in almost unbearable ways. Expert children’s specialist, Sonia Bestulic, explains how her latest picture book, Kisses in Your Heart, can be used as a tool to help children manage their social and emotional skills. I have worked with hundreds of children and READ MORE

The Inspiration for the Eco Rangers Series by Candice Lemon-Scott

It’s a pleasure to invite Candice Lemon-Scott back, and to be invited back to celebrate her #EcoRangers blog tour! Today Candice allows us in on her very own brush with danger during an early wildlife encounter, and how this experience informed her writing of the exciting series. Thanks, Candice! 🙂  For me, stories usually come READ MORE

Stepping Up: Karen Tyrrell on Why She Had to Write Great Barrier Reef Rescue

#greatbarrierreefrescue #blogtour #booksontourpr #day3 We are thrilled to have Karen Tyrrell share a little about her Song Bird Superhero series and what made her so passionate about empowering young people, girls in particular, to be strong, self-confident and stand up for their beliefs. Her interests in science, environmental sustainability and conservation are also admirable. Read READ MORE

Add Questions to Your Writer Tool Kit by Teena Raffa-Mulligan

#WhoDressesGod? #blogtour #booksontour #day4 I love how Teena Raffa-Mulligan takes inspiration from the curious perspective of a child, and uses this knowledge to formulate her own questions as an essential part of her writer tool kit. You’ll want to follow in pursuit! Here’s how… My picture book Who Dresses God? was inspired by that question READ MORE

Cheeky Child Evades Arrest Once Again!

#MaxBooth #StampSafari #blogtour #booksontour #day5         CHEEKY CHILD EVADES ARREST ONCE AGAIN! 6 February 2424 Bluggsville is on high alert this evening after the arrest and re-escape of notoriously cheeky street urchin and suspected thief, Max Booth. Booth, 11, has been on the run since 2422, when he escaped the Skyburb 7 READ MORE