The Quick Six Interview with Vikki Marmaras on I Spy Treasure

Welcome to #TheQuickSixInterview with Vikki Marmaras! Who doesn’t love a game of ‘I Spy’, a snarky pirate and a sparkly-kind-of-mystery?! On top of that, a high-seas adventure story with a fun environmental focus on the joys and benefits of upcycling to save our planet! This ‘charming’ new picture book, I Spy Treasure, spoils its readers […]

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The Quick Six Interview with Neridah McMullin on Eat My Dust!

Welcome to #TheQuickSixInterview with Neridah McMullin! What a thrill! Award-winning children’s author Neridah McMullin takes us on a wild ride with two brazen ladies from Australian history. EAT MY DUST! is an exciting hurl across the Nullabor with pioneering female motorists, Jean Robertson and Kathleen Howell in 1928. Lucia Masciullo‘s dashing illustrations steer you into […]

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The Quick Six Interview with Kate Foster and The Unlikely Heroes Club

Welcome to #TheQuickSixInterview with Kate Foster! OHMYGOSH! Who doesn’t love a good mystery between a group of daring friends? And who doesn’t love ALL of Kate Foster‘s glorious books! Well, Kate is here to tell us more about another of her wildly fun and heart-warming stories – her latest rollicking middle grade adventure – The […]

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The Quick Six Interview with Gabrielle Bassett on Jack’s Best Day Ever!

Welcome to #TheQuickSixInterview with Gabrielle Bassett! We’re so excited to welcome author, scientist and mum, Gabrielle Bassett to Just Write For Kids with her debut picture book, Jack’s Best Day Ever! Here is a book roaring with energy, bursting with heart and leaping with triumphant moments as two friends, each with their own neurodiversity and […]

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The Quick Six Interview with Apsara Baldovino on The Lucky Shack

Welcome to #TheQuickSixInterview with Apsara Baldovino! Does it get more beautiful? Text and images unite in one powerful, heartfelt, hopeful and exquisite journey through the seasons and the circle of life in this beautiful new picture book, The Lucky Shack. And how ‘lucky’ are we to have the opportunity to share in its joys and […]

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The Quick Six Interview with R. A. Stephens on Riz Chester

Welcome to #TheQuickSixInterview with R. A. Stephens! What an honour and thrill to welcome R. A. Stephens to the blog to share the first in an exciting new series for junior fiction readers; Riz Chester: The Counterfeit Bust! Riz is a clever, brave, unique and curious strong female character with a penchant for solving mysteries […]

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The Quick Six Interview with Nean McKenzie on Timefire

Welcome to #TheQuickSixInterview with Nean McKenzie! What a thrill to welcome back the marvellous Nean McKenzie with her third exciting middle grade novel (previous titles include, Cryptosight (see our interview here) and Xenoflight); the dangerously captivating time-slip adventure, Timefire. Described as ‘perilous’ and ‘gripping’, Timefire is unputdownable as it thrusts readers into the swells of […]

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The Quick Six Interview with Michelle Wanasundera

Welcome to #TheQuickSixInterview with Michelle Wanasundera! It is with great delight to be joined by the delightful author, Michelle Wanasundera, sharing her latest, heartfelt picture book, Ella and Star. A sensitive story touching on sensory processing needs, this tale is also full of adventure, friendships and adapting to change. When Bonny’s best friend moves away, […]

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The Quick Six Interview with Claire Thompson

Welcome to #TheQuickSixInterview with Claire Thompson! It is such a pleasure to welcome a star in the making – the delightful children’s author, Claire Thompson! Claire’s debut picture book is about to be handed out into the world, and it’s sure to fill many hearts and minds to the brim! Lily The Inventor is a […]

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The Quick Six Interview with Amanda Lieber

We’re delighted to welcome Amanda Lieber to talk about her beautiful, heart-rending new picture book, My Giant Sea Shell. A touching and sensitive topic of sadness and depression is delicately brought to the shore with Amanda’s playful narrative as seen from the child’s perspective. Twirling and laughing, acting like pirates dripping with jewels, until one […]

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