Awarded to the most popular teen book by an Australian author, The Centre for Youth Literature is immensely proud to announce the 2012 Inky Awards Shortlist.
The Inky Awards are Australia’s teen-choice awards as voted for online by the readers of insideadog.com.au. It recognises home grown writing talent with the Gold Inky, and titles from across the ocean with the Silver Inky. Continue reading
On Saturday 25th August 2012, Parramatta City Library celebrated The Reading Hour throughout all its six branches in the morning. This was part of the National Year of Reading and the aim is to promote the benefits of reading. That “sharing a book with your child for 10 minutes a day, an hour a week” encourages lifelong social end educational benefits. Continue reading
To celebrate National Year of Reading 2012 & The adult learners week, ‘It’s never too late to learn to read’ writing competition has announced its winners. Now it’s calling for People’s choice to vote their favourites.
This is the link for you to entre the voting and also to read those winning writings
Title: No way down
Author: Graham Bowley
No way down is a journey through the tragic mountaineering accident in August 2008. Continue reading
Title: Ape house
Author: Sara Gruen
I picked up this book after reading Water for elephants by Sara Gruen, although this book didn’t quiet measure up to Water for elephants, I really enjoyed it, and recommend it, especially if you love animals. We meet Bonzi, Sam, Mbongo, Makena, Lola and Jelani, these bonobos apes are not only intelligent but they can communicate with humans using sign Language.