In the lead-up to summer holidays, keep children engaged in the classroom with our free activity sheets and teaching notes. We’ve also got a selection of bookmarks to give away – just email firstname.lastname@example.org to get your hands on them.
For many Australians, the beach is the place where summer weekends begin and end, where meditative winter walks provide sanctuary from the hustle and bustle, and where families, friends and lovers gather to picnic, watch the sunset or walk the dog.
Next month, A Shot in the Dark crosses the ditch for a crime novel set in New Zealand. Fiona Stager of Avid Reader will talk to award-winning novelist Alan Carter about book two in the Nick Chester series.
Goldfields Girl by Elaine Forrestal is a historical novel for middle readers featuring real-life nineteenth-century teenager Clara Saunders. In this blog post, Elaine takes us into the exciting, dusty, fly-ridden world of a gold rush.
Anzac Day marks the anniversary of Australia’s first major military action, and is also a national day of remembrance that commemorates all Australians and New Zealanders who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations.
How is everyone else hanging in? At Fremantle Press, we’re taking it page by page, hard at work on books while adapting to this new world we find ourselves in by providing even more online content to keep you connected.