More than 1700 Dymocks Booklovers members have voted for their favourite children’s book of all time, with 13 Australian titles making the top 51.
The ‘Treehouse’ series by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton (Pan) is the highest placed local entry in fourth spot, behind the ‘Harry Potter’ series (J K Rowling, Bloomsbury) in first spot, The Very Hungry Caterpillar (Eric Carle, Penguin) in second
The shortlist for the 2015 ACT Book of the Year has been announced.
The shortlisted titles are:
The Snow Kimono (Mark Henshaw, Text)
Into the Heart of the Himalayas (Jono Lineen, Victory Books)
Here Come the Dogs (Omar Musa, Hamish
- Bendigo Writers Festival director Rosemary Sorensen responds to author Luke Carmen’s critique of writers’ festivals
The winners of Overland’s Story Wine Prize 2015 have been announced.
Melissa Manning received the $4000 first prize for her story ‘Woodsmoke’, which will be published in the Read more...
The rights market has taken a positive turn over the past year, according to Books+Publishing’s annual survey of Australian literary agents and rights managers, published in Read more...
The winners of this year’s Queensland Literary Awards (QLA) were announced at a ceremony at the State Library of Queensland on 9 October.
The winners in each Read more...
The Girl on the Train, Paula Hawkins, Doubleday
Memory Man, David Baldacci, Macmillan
Yes! No (Maybe...):Tom Gates, Liz Pichon, Scholastic
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