When We Were Warriors

by Emma Carroll reviewed by Sarah Custance If you want a well written middle-grade historical fiction then Emma Carroll has proven herself to be the perfect choice. ‘When We Were Warriors’ is Carroll’s ninth novel and is living up to its predecessor’s excellence. This book is actually three separate stories with small tie-ins to one … Continue reading When We Were Warriors

The ANZAC Billy

written by Claire Saxby illustrated by Mark Jackson and Heather Potter reviewed by Kerry Neary One way to take very young readers into wartime is to tell a story about what children did in those times. This  story follows a young boy as he fills a billy can to send to his dad on overseas … Continue reading The ANZAC Billy