Listen on: Pip Harry is a writer and editor. Her YA novels include I’ll Tell You Mine (2012), winner of the Australian Family Therapists Children’s Literature Award (2013). Head of the River, longlisted for the Gold Inky award (2015) and shortlisted for the Adelaide Festival Literary awards (2016) and Because of You, shortlisted for the CBCA … Read moreEpisode 21
Listen on: NAT AMOORE is a Sydney-based writer who is passionate about encouraging kids to read and write and explore their imagination without boundaries. Her first middle-grade novel ‘Secrets Of A Schoolyard Millionaire’ is coming out with Penguin Random House in June 2019. Nat is also a host of kidlit podcast One More Page, that launched in February 2018. One More … Read moreEpisode 20
Listen on: Join Julie and Pamela in their pyjamas having a chat at the end of an exciting day at Kidlitvic Meet the Publishers 2019. We talk about what we learned, what to expect at these conferences and why you should book a ticket.
Listen on: Megan Daley is passionate about children’s literature and sharing it with young and old alike. In daylight hours, Megan is a teacher librarian at St Aidan’s Anglican Girls School and was recently awarded the Queensland Teacher Librarian of the Year by the School Library Association of Queensland, as well as the national Dromken … Read moreEpisode 19
Listen on: Pamela reviews The Apostrophe Posse by Teena Raffa-Mulligan Julie reviews The Boy Who Flew by Fleur Hitchcock
Listen on: Andrew McDonald is a reader and writer of books for young readers. His series REAL PIGEONS debuted in 2018, with hilarious illustrations by Ben Wood. Book 3 was released in May 2019, with the fourth book due for release in September 2019. His first children’s novel, The Greatest Blogger in the World featured the story … Read moreEpisode 17
Listen on: Pamela reviews Elizabella Meets Her Match by Zoë Norton Lodge and Georgia Norton Lodge Julie reviews Pog by Padraig Kenny
Listen on: Jack Henseleit was born on a winter evening in 1991, just after the stroke of midnight. When the weather is dark and stormy, he writes fairy tales – real fairy tales, where witches and goblins play tricks on unwary girls and boys. Not all of the tales have happy endings. The Witching Hours is his … Read moreEpisode 15
Listen on: Allison Tait (A.L. Tait) is the internationally published bestselling author of middle-grade adventure series The Mapmaker Chronicles and The Ateban Cipher. A multi-genre writer, teacher and speaker with more than 25 years’ experience in magazines, newspapers and online publishing, Allison lives on the south coast of NSW (Australia) with her family.
Listen on: Meg McKinlay is a children’s writer and poet. She has published seventeen books for children, ranging from picture books through to young adult novels, and a collection of poetry for adults. Her work has won the Prime Minister’s Literary Award, the Queensland Literary Award, the Davitt Award for Crimewriting and the Aurealis Award … Read moreEpisode 13