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The Bugalugs Bum Thief

Author : Tim Winton
ISBN : 0143300849
Genre : Bugalugs (fictitious place), Juvenile fiction
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Skeeta Anderson woke up one morning to find that his bum was gone. And not only his bum, but the bum of every single person in the town of Bugalugs. It's up to Skeeta to catch the thief . . .
Category: Bugalugs (fictitious place), Juvenile fiction

Literacy For The 21st Century

Author : Gail Tompkins
ISBN : 9781486005864
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 90.86 MB
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Literacy for the 21st Century, 2e, gives students the strategies and ability to teach literacy effectively in Australian classrooms. Linking the theory and research to classroom practice, and with a greater emphasis on the use of digital literacies, students will gain a practical understanding of teaching reading and writing.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Books In The Life Of A Child

Author : Maurice Saxby
ISBN : 0732945208
Genre : Education
File Size : 71.2 MB
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Explores the history and development of children's literature in Australia
Category: Education

Bush City Cyberspace

Author : John Foster
ISBN : 9781780634159
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 48.3 MB
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Aimed at academic, professional and general readers, Bush, city, cyberspace provides a snapshot of the state of Australian children's and adolescent literature in the early twenty-first century, and an insight into its history. In doing so, it promotes a sense of where Australian literature for young people may be going and captures a literary and critical mood with which readers in Australia and beyond will identify. The title of the work is intended to capture the fact that the field has changed dramatically in the century and a half that 'Australian children's literature' has existed, from the bush myths and heroism that inform the past and the present, through the recognition that the vast majority of authors and readers live in cities, to the third wave of 'cyberliterature' that incorporates multimedia, hypertext, weblinks and e-books - none of which lessens the enduring enthusiasm of practitioners and readers for books. Bush, city, cyberspace is not meant to be an encyclopedic volume. Rather, well-known, recent and/or award-winning works have been emphasised, with the addition of others where these help to illuminate particular points. The book is similar in coverage and approach to Australian Children's Literature: An Exploration of Genre and Theme, written by the same three authors and published by the Centre for Information Studies in 1995. In the intervening period, much has changed in the field, notable examples including the blurring of the dividing line between 'quality' and 'popular' literature; the blending of genres; the rise of a truly indigenous literature; the demise, to a significant extent, of 'Outbackery' in fiction; the acceptance of multiculturalism as the norm; and the advent of the literature of cyberspace, with new methods, and the sheer speed, of communication between writer and reader. All these trends, and others, are reflected in this work.
Category: Fiction

Raising Readers

Author : Megan Daley
ISBN : 9780702263620
Genre : Education
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Some kids refuse to read, others won’t stop – not even at the dinner table! Either way, many parents question the best way to support their child’s literacy journey. When can you start reading to your child? How do you find that special book to inspire a reluctant reader? What can you do to keep your tween reading into their adolescent years? Award-winning teacher librarian Megan Daley, the passionate voice behind the Children’s Books Daily blog, has the answers to all these questions and more. She unpacks her twenty years of experience into this personable and accessible guide, enhanced with up-to-date research and firsthand accounts from well-known Australian children’s authors. It also contains practical tips, such as suggested reading lists and instructions on how to run book-themed activities.Raising Readers is a must-have resource for parents and educators to help the children in their lives fall in love with books.
Category: Education

Re Writing Spatiality

Author : Britta Kuhlenbeck
ISBN : 9783643109804
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The objective of this project is to encourage new ways of thinking about the meaning and significance of space. It follows a desire that has been expressed and theorized by Henri Lefebvre - and by extension Edward W. Soja - to remove Spatiality from the margin of the "Trialectics of Being" and to bring it into the "Trialectics' fold" alongside with - and of at least equal significance to - Historicality and Sociality. The thesis focuses on how space of the Pilbara region in Western Australia is produced in contemporary Australian writing, film, art and through "lived experience". The thesis argues for an understanding of space as essentially dynamic.
Category: Literary Criticism


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ISBN : UCAL:B5167825
Genre : Children
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Category: Children

The Bulletin

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105123041753
Genre : Sydney (N.S.W.)
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Category: Sydney (N.S.W.)