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Too Flash is an engrossing chapter book for older readers. Penned by Melissa Lucashenko, an Australian writer of mixed European and Murri heritage she articulates the trials and tribulations of Zo, a fifteen year old who is forced to move across country when her career focused mum is relocated by her employer.
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Too Flash
'a story of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people existing in support of each other.' Gorgeously vibrant, large and filled with gentle narrative, Remembering Lionsville is a glimpse into the childhood of one of Australia's most prolific childrens' illustrators, Bronwyn Bancroft.

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Remembering Lionsville
Broome, home to the Yawuru people, is the subject of the talented Bronwyn Houston's latest collaboration.

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My Home Broome
Kate Constable's latest novel encompasses time-slip adventures and Australian Indigenous history with the over riding theme of doing the right thing, and correcting mistakes.

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Crow Country
Marngrook is the long-ago story of Aussie Rules, Titta Secombe's interpretation of the story which was passed on to her by her Elders.

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Marngrook
"Then, without warning, traditional Anangu life - grounded in the Dreaming, measured by the cycle of the seasons - was disrupted forever."

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Maralinga - The Anangu Story
When I arrived in Australia three years ago I went straight to the library to learn more about the country I had landed in.  The first book I walked away with was 'Maybe Tomorrow'. I have since recommended it to friends, book clubs and now I recommend it to you.  Many parts of it have stayed with me, and I hope that My Book Corner does it justice here.

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Maybe Tomorrow
Who Am I? tells one story from the Stolen Generation, and in the opinion of My Book Corner, is an ideal way in which to teach understanding of this period in Australia's history.

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Who Am I? My Australian Story
My Book Corner loves literature for its power to inform, to entertain and ultimately to teach.  Its real power comes from its ability to teach us about cultures, about ways of living, which ultimately opens our minds and can only serve to enrich us.  Our World achieves this is in a fun yet detailed manner - this certainly deserves its latest award - 2011 CBCA Honour Award

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Our World: Bardi Jaawi: Life at Ardiyooloon
A wonderful collection of short stories, My Book Corner thinks this is ideal for those readers who are getting to grips with chapter books.

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Kakadu Calling
 
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