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Youngest ever author

Youngest ever author

As I was editing our latest Indigenous young adult supernatural suspense fiction book my nephew came over to see what I was doing. I explained to him that I was reading my editor‘s feedback and then making changes based on... More

Change the scene!

Change the scene!

I’ve just completed a challenge as a student today at Cable Beach Primary School with their BRACE TDS lesson on writing: Change the Scene! We were given a basic sentence and had to finish it by adding extra details- adjectives,... More

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Songs in Real Life

Songs in Real Life

We’ve had the best fun creating Songs in Real Life videos with the mob at One Arm Point RCS on the Dampier Peninsula, West Kimberley WA! So far we have videos for the senior high school, middle school, 5/6, 3/4... More

Teaching Remote

Teaching Remote

October 22, 2017

We haven’t had much writing time with one of us being full time baby carer and the other teaching full time in a remote Aboriginal community school!! We are excited that our Aboriginal Supernatural Suspense novel is in its final... More

Indigenous Literacy Day… TODAY

Indigenous Literacy Day… TODAY

To celebrate Indigenous Literacy Day we want to share some amazing Aboriginal YA stories with you… get down to your local library or bookstore to have a read and appreciate Australian Aboriginal culture, history, resilience and voice. Aboriginal Australia… still strong, still... More

Plan your Indigenous Literacy Day celebrations… NOW!

Plan your Indigenous Literacy Day celebrations… NOW!

Heads up that Indigenous Literacy Day is coming up fast! On September 6th we celebrate the culture, stories, language of Aboriginal Australia… and raise awareness and support for those that struggle with reading. Did you know that only 25% of Indigenous students... More

The 46th Anniversary of the Raising of the Aboriginal Flag

The 46th Anniversary of the Raising of the Aboriginal Flag

July 12, 2017

Did you know on this day in 1971 was first flown? It wasn’t until 1995 that it and the Torres Strait Islander flag were recognised as a ‘Flag of Australia’ by the Australian Government.           The... More

NAIDOC- Respect to our Elders

NAIDOC- Respect to our Elders

On the seventh day of NAIDOC we commemorate the Elders past and present. Aboriginal languages matter… and there are people working hard to keep them alive. Elders are the keepers and enforcers of Law, stories and culture… and Language. It... More

NAIDOC Week- Aboriginal English

NAIDOC Week- Aboriginal English

On the fifth day of NAIDOC week we celebrate Aboriginal English. For those Aboriginal people whose traditional language no longer survive or are no longer strong, Aboriginal English plays an important role in our Aboriginal identity. Even those of us... More

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