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Miriam Wei Wei Lo A middle-grade novel about a girl who runs through a burnt-out hollow of a karri tree and emerges in the era of the megafauna.
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Amazing Grace by Elaine Fraser
"There’s no pretending here – this is a hard subject matter to tackle in fiction form, especially in Christian fiction. I’ll admit that there were times I swung back and forth between agreement and disagreement in how author, Elaine Fraser has appr..." Read more of this review »
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Spirits in a Spice Jar by Sarina Kamini
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Mindful food writing at its spicy, evocative best.

Kamini punctuates each step of her journey with flavour: turmeric for one sort of bitterness, green cardamom for another, cinnamon for sweetness, cumin for complexity. It is a difficult journey that
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Mindful food writing at its spicy, evocative best.

Kamini punctuates each step of her journey with flavour: turmeric for one sort of bitterness, green cardamom for another, cinnamon for sweetness, cumin for complexity. It is a difficult journey that
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Ways of Being Here by Rafeif Ismail
Ways of Being Here
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Great to hear some African-Australian voices!

Each story gave me insight into another life.

I especially enjoyed "When the Sky Looks Like the Belly of a Donkey".
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Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks
Caleb's Crossing
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What I liked best about Caleb's Crossing:
- the way Geraldine Brooks handles her representation of first contact between European colonisers and Native American Indians. In the early settler literature (I am thinking of Mary Rowlandson's captivity na
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Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks
Caleb's Crossing
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What I liked best about Caleb's Crossing:
- the way Geraldine Brooks handles her representation of first contact between European colonisers and Native American Indians. In the early settler literature (I am thinking of Mary Rowlandson's captivity na
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Bree's Forest Adventure by Miriam Wei Wei Lo
"Bree's Forest Adventure is a gorgeous book that celebrates a child's natural curiosity with science. Set in the beautiful South West Australian town of Margaret River, a family go on a hunt for a rare orchid in the stunning Boranup Forest. The lan..." Read more of this review »
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Maximus by Steve Heron
Maximus
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What I love about Maximus:
It's REAL - From the beach, to the bush, to the birds (especially the magpie), this is Western Australia! All the cultural references are spot on - from Mitch's FIFO Dad, to his whinging little sister Megan, to his Noongar f
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It's REAL - From the beach, to the bush, to the birds (especially the magpie), this is Western Australia! All the cultural references are spot on - from Mitch's FIFO Dad, to his whinging little sister Megan, to his Noongar f
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