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Hello, 2015!

Robert Moore’s latest picture book, Noelene Knows Best, has just been released. One of Robert’s short stories was the basis for a short film, Mother Tongue, created by students at ACArts Film and Television Department. The film screened at The … Continue reading

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Best-sellers, TV stars and naked moons…

Mandy Foot’s Old MacDonald had a Farm, first published in 2009, was officially Hachette Australia’s No. 1 Best Selling Picture Book for 2013 and No. 4 in Australia. Marianne Musgrove’s book, Forget-me-not Fairies (Hinkler Books), illustrated by Patricia McCarthy, will … Continue reading

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A busy year for eKIDnas…

Robert Moore will be interviewed about his latest book Hard Pressed by Peter Goers on Friday, November 15 on ABC 891 at 8pm. Hard Pressed will be launched by Allayne Webster on Sunday November 17 at 3pm in the John … Continue reading

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News!

Katrina Germein‘s picture book My Dad Thinks He’s Funny, illustrated by Tom Jellet, won the 2012 City of Onkaparinga Children’s Choice Award. Over 1800 students read each of the shortlisted titles and voted for their favourite. Janeen Brian‘s stories, Archie … Continue reading

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News for the new year…

Marianne Musgrove’s novel The Worry Tree will be translated and published Turkish and Braille. Chris Tugwell‘s script writing book ‘Dinosaur Theory – uncovering a new approach to screenwriting’ has been selected for inclusion in the 2013 AATE (Australian Association for … Continue reading

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Spring!

Robert Moore has been awarded a grant from ArtsSA to attend a conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico during October where his novels Pecking Disorder and Hard Pressed will be launched. Robert’s picture book, Noelene Knows Best, has been accepted by … Continue reading

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How do you paint an elephant?

Sally Heinrich has taken part in the Melbourne Zoo’s 150th Anniversary celebration. Fifty fibreglass models of the famous elephant calf, Mali, were painted by a variety of artists and exhibited on the city streets. One of Sally’s proposed concepts was … Continue reading

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