Reading Pathways: Sulari Gentill

Sulari Gentill is an innovative author writing postmodern and Golden Age mysteries. Here are the best books of hers to begin with.

13 True Blue Australian Children’s Books

As much as I love Bluey (and I really do), there are a bunch of equally amazing Australian children’s books to nurture your little tikes, like The First Scientists: Deadly Inventions and Innovations from Australia's First Peoples by Corey Tutt, illustrated by Blak Douglas.

2020 Aurealis Awards Finalists

Recognizing Australian SFF and horror, peep the 2020 Aurealis awards finalists in the best science fiction and fantasy novel categories.

7 of the Best Audiobooks by Australian Women Writers

A roundup of audiobooks by Australian women, featuring stories about disability, Indigenous language, feminism, and more.

Calling All Divas: Australia’s National Simultaneous Storytime

Grab your glitter, bring out your boas, and put on those dancing shoes! It’s Australia’s National Simultaneous Storytime and we are all invited!

Children’s Classics are Not Universal: Some Differences Between American, Australian, and British Classics

A reader considers the children's book classics she grew up with and compares them to classics in other countries, including the U.S.

Vivid Memories of May Gibbs’s Gumnut Babies On Their 100th Anniversary

Vivid Sydney recently included a tribute to Australian children's author May Gibbs and her gumnut babies, sharing treasured memories for young and old.

Stop What You’re Doing and Read: The Australian Reading Hour Is Here

Aussie readers: take part in Australian Reading Hour later this month. Here's why and how!

Australian Children’s Book Week: Awesome Possum Magic Coins, and Aussie Kids’ Books

Book recommendations for Australian Children's Book Week PLUS there are Possum Magic commemorative coins!

100 Must-Read Australian Books

Books by Australians, about Australia, and/or set in Australia