We’ve Hit the Crescendo – Reece Give Me Some Peace End of Tour

#ReeceGiveMeSomePeace #blogtour #BooksOnTour #Day14 What a marvellous fortnight full of rollicking rhythm, amiable alliteration and an onomatopoeia oomph, shared with budding maestros and musicians in the making! Parents of these cacophony-loving children have also had the pleasure in learning more about Sonia Bestulic and her brilliantly lively picture book, Reece Give Me Some Peace. Re-play all the READ MORE

Finding Granny Blog Tour Wrapped Up, Warm and Loved

#FindingGranny #blogtour #BooksOnTour #Day7 What a beautifully heartfelt and memorable blog tour we’ve had the pleasure of sharing this week. Our hearts have been caressed with the immense power of resilience, support and love; a journey of enlightenment and impenetrable bonds. Repeat and cherish the joy of Finding Granny by visiting the complete tour archive READ MORE

An Easy, Breezy Blog Tour Leaves Us Feeling at Peace

#cloudconductor #blogtour #booksontour #day5 This has been the dreamiest, yet most empowering blog tour we’ve had the pleasure of ‘conducting’! Our minds have been stretched to realise the power of imagination and creativity, and really opened our eyes, hearts and minds to new understandings and possibilities. Take this journey to the skies over and over READ MORE

It’s fun to play at the CBCA

One of the messages that has resounded loud and clear from the interviews with both Shelly Unwin and Lesley Gibbes‘ is the importance of developing contacts in the kid lit industry. One of the things Shelly and Lesley found invaluable were courses. Something that I have found invaluable is the Children’s Book Council of Australia, READ MORE

It’s fun to play at the CBCA

One of the messages that has resounded loud and clear from the interviews with both Shelly Unwin and Lesley Gibbes‘ is the importance of developing contacts in the kid lit industry. One of the things Shelly and Lesley found invaluable were courses. Something that I have found invaluable is the Children’s Book Council of Australia, READ MORE

CBCA Judging the Judges.

  I attended a presentation at my local library by Children’s Book Council of Australia judge, Jane Parsons. I went with the intention of writing about the presentation. I had pen and notepad ready, however what I didn’t have was a focus. I could write about the shortlisted books, the process, the awards, the statistics, READ MORE