Aussie Kids: Meet Matilda at the Festival

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Authors
Jacqueline De Rose-Ahern, Tania McCartney
Publisher
Puffin Books
Genre
Children’s Picture Book
Released
01 September, 2020
ISBN
9781760894511

Aussie Kids: Meet Matilda at the Festival

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Synopsis

Aussie Kids is an exciting new series for emerging readers 6-8 years. From a NSW Zoo to a Victorian lighthouse, or an outback sheep farm in WA to a beach in QLD, this junior fiction series celebrates stories about children living in unique places in every state and territory in Australia.8 characters, 8 stories, 8 authors and illustrators from all 8 states and territories! Come on an adventure with Aussie Kids and meet Matilda from the ACT.Hi! I’m Matilda! Today there’s a festival at the Japanese Embassy. That’s where my friend Hansuke lives. We’ll have lots of fun. But Hansuke is going back to Japan soon. How will I be able to say goodbye?

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Check out this awesome activity pack from Aussie Kids: Meet Matilda at the Festival

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15 December 2020

Check out this awesome activity pack from Aussie Kids: Meet Matilda at the Festival

Jacqueline De Rose-Ahern
About the author

Jacqueline De Rose-Ahern

Jacqueline de Rose-Ahern is a Canberra author and recipient of the ACT Writers' Centre 2017 Anne Edgeworth Fellowship. Her debut picture book, Charlie's Adventures…in Hawaii, was short-listed for the Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards and chosen as a finalist in the American Best Book Awards.

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Tania McCartney
About the author

Tania McCartney

Tania McCartney is an author, illustrator and editor with experience in magazines and book publishing. Her first author-illustrated book, Australia Illustrated, was released in November 2016 and she has gone on to illustrate two maps and five books, including a collaboration with Jackie French for the National Library of Australia.The founder of Kids' Book Review and the 52-Week Illustration Challenge, Tania is a past ambassador for the National Year of Reading (2012) and a current ambassador for the Chief Minister's Reading Challenge (ACT). She is also an experienced speaker and presenter, running workshops for schools and organisations such as the ACT Writers Centre, the ASA, CBCA and SCBWI.Tania's books have won awards and shortlistings, and have been released in Australia, NZ, the UK, the US, Canada and China. Recent awards include several CBCA Notable books, the Laurie Copping Award for Distinguished Service to Children's Literature 2017, and the SCBWI Crystal Kite Award 2017 for Smile Cry.Now a HarperCollins author, Tania's picture book, Mamie, was released in December 2018. Tania has lived in France, England and China, and currently lives in Canberra with her family.Photo credit: Christine Pobke

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