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Reading For A Cause

As has been tradition since 1979, Multiple Sclerosis is running their annual Readathon over the month of August. Readers of all ages are welcome,...

Return To Hogwarts This October

It’s now been two decades since J.K. Rowling introduced readers worldwide to Harry Potter in Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone. The novel has...

The Books That Are Kick-starting Equality For Kids

Compiled and illustrated by an all-woman team, the first Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls raised over $600, 000 US on Kickstarter. Authors Elena...

Why These 200 Books Are a Must Read.

A few months ago, like a lot of people I’m sure, I made the decision to read more. But where to begin was one...

Read These Books and Plan Your Next Europe Holiday

London, England Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, J.K Rowling This is probably the most cliché book on the list but I have no regrets. When...

Read These Books and Plan Your Next Europe Holiday

London, England Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, J.K Rowling This is probably the most cliché book on the list but I have no regrets. When...

Your newest streaming service, but for books: Kindle Unlimited

Amazon has excited Australian fans with the latest news that it will be finally be introduced to our country. The shopping service will have...

5 Reasons You Should Go to the Melbourne Writers Festival

The annual Melbourne Writers Festival starts Friday, 26th of August. Even by my laziest calculation, there is no reason you shouldn’t go, and at...

How to Encourage Reluctant Readers to Pick Up a Book

Are you struggling to encourage your kids to read in their spare time? You’re not alone. In the busy lives we lead today, reading...

A Literacy Expert’s Tips on Encouraging Your Child to Read

Learning to read is an important skill for children, as literacy is key to learning and opening up choices in life. While most parents...