Book Review: Follow After Me by Allison Marlow Paterson

#followafterme #booksontourpr #bookcampaign Follow After Me, Allison Marlow Paterson, Big Sky Publishing, April 2019. Blurb: Two young women, a century apart, are mysteriously connected by a tiny key. Will they discover who they are and where their hearts belong? 2018 – Tired of being the perfect daughter, student and sister, Lizzie abandons old friends and READ MORE

Unfolding the Story of the Past – Interview with Allison Paterson

What a thrill to learn more about the history behind the history with the fabulous author, educator and historian, Allison Paterson on weaving fact, fiction and personal ancestry into her writing. Be inspired by this great interview! Congratulations on the release of your latest novel, ‘Follow After Me’! Following the successes of your previous non-fiction READ MORE

WIN! An Intriguing History – Follow After Me Book Giveaway!

#followafterme #bookcampaign #booksontourpr WIN! An Intriguing History Follow After Me is an intriguing novel set apart with its richly profound themes in history, tragedy, relationships, sense of self and belonging. YA and Australian history lovers simply cannot miss this chance to ensnare a copy of their own! By answering the question below, you will go READ MORE

Blimey! What a Bonzer Book Blog Tour with Bruno!

#brunotheboisterousbluedogfromthebush #blogtour #booksontour #day14 Blimey! That was totally bonzer! What a book – brimming with the best alliteration, awesome Aussie slang and dinky-di Australiana life! It contains beautiful messages in friendship and the notions that ‘money can’t buy happiness’ and the importance of having a place to call home. The Bruno the Boisterous Blue Dog from READ MORE

Bruno’s Buffet: Aussie Tucker Ideas

#brunotheboisterousbluedogfromthebush #blogtour #booksontour #day13 From sharing baked beans by the billabong, to bushman’s bread and billy tea in the backyard, and breakfasting on blueberries at Binalong Bay. There are plenty of classic Aussie culinary delights to explore from the book, Bruno the Boisterous Blue Dog from the Bush. And with Australia Day approaching, let’s discover READ MORE

Want to See More of Bruno?

#brunotheboisterousbluedogfromthebush #blogtour #booksontour #day12 Want to see even more of Bruno the Boisterous Blue Dog from the Bush? Take a look at some of its exuberant pages, with lively narrative by Robyn Osborne, and energetic illustrations by John Phillips. Published by Big Sky Publishing. #audiovisual #friendship #alliteration #australia #language   Robyn Osborne: website | facebook | instagram READ MORE

The Bruno Photo Gallery

#brunotheboisterousbluedogfromthebush #blogtour #booksontour #day11 Blimey! Bruno has beautified himself for a bonzer book photography shoot! Share in these beaut bonding moments between Bob and Bruno that will last a lifetime! Enjoy! 📸 *Photography by Books On Tour. Internal illustrations by John Phillips.   Robyn Osborne: website | facebook | instagram Bruno, the Boisterous Blue Dog from READ MORE

Bruno’s Geography Studies: Australia

#brunotheboisterousbluedogfromthebush #blogtour #booksontour #day10 ‘Bruno and Bob bought a blue bus and bid bye bye to the barracks. They binged on battered Barramundi at Burketown, body-boarded at Bondi Beach, went biking at Beechworth, breakfasted on blueberries at Binalong Bay and at Berri they were bedazzled by the beautiful birds.’ Join Bob and Bruno in getting READ MORE

The Bruno Boisterous Paw-ty Event

#brunotheboisterousbluedogfromthebush #blogtour #booksontour #day9 G’DAY MATES! You’re Invited to an ALL-DAY BOISTEROUS PAW-TY EVENT! 🐶🐓🦎🐂 Let’s band together for a bonzer, bushwacking time at our beaut Bruno the Boisterous Blue Dog from the Bush Paw-ty Event! With open questions and boisterous posts, you’ll be a part of a group of best buddies benefitting from the READ MORE

How Much Does Children’s Literature Influence the Construction of Gender? by Robyn Osborne

#brunotheboisterousbluedogfromthebush #blogtour #booksontour #day8 How aware are you of gender stereotypical roles and attributes in children’s literature, and their influence on our young readers? An interesting topic, raised here by Robyn Osborne, and how she perceptively navigates this through her own writing. Thanks, Robyn!  It wasn’t until I became a parent, then later a teacher READ MORE