Books

BOOK REVIEW: Hattie Helps Out by Jane Godwin, Davina Bell and Freya Blackwood

Hattie Helps Out follows the delightful antics of young girl desperate to help prepare for a birthday party.

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BOOK REVIEW: Olive the Alien, by Kate Saunders

Join Archie as he investigates whether his baby sister is actually an alien from another planet.

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BOOK REVIEW: Rosie Revere, Engineer, by Andrea Beaty and David Roberts

Rosie Revere, Engineer is a wonderful story of inventions, perseverance and fulfilling your dreams.

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BOOK REVIEW: A Beginner’s Guide to Bear Spotting by Michelle Robinson and David Roberts

A Beginner’s Guide to Bear spotting is a humourous look at the dangerous and confusing world of bearspotting.

Movies

EASTER HOLIDAYS: Family friendly movies

Stuck for entertainment ideas over the Easter holidays? Here is a guide to the family friendly movies that will be screening at your local cinema.

Books

BOOK REVIEW: Happy Birthday, Madame Chapeau, by Andrea Beaty and David Roberts

In this delightful book, Madame Chapeau, the world’s finest hatmaker, discovers that kindness can be found in the most unlikely of places.

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BOOK REVIEW: Dreamer by Julie Farrell and Becky Kemp

Is your child a dreamer? This magical book is the perfect bedtime story to bring your little one’s dreamtime adventures to life.

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BOOK REVIEW: Sippy & Sunny (A Byron Bay Adventure), by Vicki Wood, Kelly Elsom and Bec Winnel

Follow the enchanting journey of Sippy & Sunny in this magical story set in idyllic Byron Bay.

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BOOK REVIEW: The Cat With the Coloured Tail by Gillian Mears + Dinalie Dabarera

In a beautiful tale of kindness, this is a book that teaches the true meaning of what it is to show love to others.

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BOOK REVIEW: Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin + Daniel Salmieri

Dragons love tacos, beef tacos, chicken tacos, big gigantic tacos and tiny little baby tacos, but do not under any circumstances give them spicy salsa!

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BOOK REVIEW: If I Could Paint The World by Sarah Massini

A gorgeous read-aloud book for those who love to imagine and dream, this is sure to become a favourite for all creative believers.

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BOOK REVIEW: Max The Brave by Ed Vere

A cool little book for young readers that depicts an innocent cat desperate to be brave and fearless!