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Account for Australian Children's Laureate Foundation. Morris Gleitzman is the 2018–19 Australian Children's Laureate. Thx Copyright Agency + Australia Council.
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These pictures were taken at the launch of The Silver Sea with Alison Lester & Jane Godwin at The Royal Melbourne Children’s Hospital last week. All proceeds from the sale of the book go to the Education Institute at the Royal Children's Hospital.
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Children's Laureate Foundation May 21
Australian Children’s Laureate, Morris Gleitzman with Co-founder and Program Director of , Lachlann Carter sharing ideas for inspiring children to read and enjoy stories in Melbourne’s West yesterday.
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Children's Laureate Foundation May 20
On the weekend Morris Gleitzman delivered a rousing, funny and inspiring keynote address at REIMAGINE! New Ways With Literature: CBCA Vic State Conference at the Deakin University Geelong Waterfront Campus.
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Patti Manolis May 19
Great evening celebrating children’s literature at Reimagine Dinner. Welcome & intros by GRLC Chair Cr Ron Nelson & keynote by Children’s Laureate Continues with big Reimagine Family Fun Day tomorrow Congrats Maryanne Vagg and Team
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Children's Laureate Foundation May 17
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Children's Laureate Foundation May 17
Australian Children's Laureate gave a brilliant keynote address at The Teacher Librarian Professional Learning Community Annual Conference this morning.
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Children's Laureate Foundation May 16
Past Australian Children's Laureate Leigh Hobbs with fellow creators and Levi Pinfold at in Perth recently.
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Story Box Library May 15
JUST RELEASED - MEET MORRIS GLEITZMAN In this short film, we get up close and personal with the fascinating, talented and very funny Morris Gleitzman - the new Australian Children’s Laureate!
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SCIS May 4
We recently spoke to Morris Gleitzman about how to open the doors that lead young readers to a lifetime of reading ~ and how this can expand their worldviews. Thank you to Morris for sharing his time with us.
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Geelong Libraries May 12
A special opportunity to meet and hear the Australian Children’s Laureate, Morris Gleitzman at the Dome, over dinner on Saturday 19 May. Tickets: $75pp includes three course evening meal & beverages. Details and bookings:
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Scribblers Festival May 10
“The lovely realisation I had about the Children’s Laureate role is that it wasn’t about me, and it was a wonderful opportunity to make a small bit of a difference in the world,” -Leigh Hobbs at the For The Grown Up’s Event
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Scribblers Festival May 10
✨The Three Laureates.✨The UK’s , Australia’s Leigh Hobbs & Ireland’s join forces for ‘s For The Grown Up’s Event The Life & Times of a Children’s Laureate, sharing their experiences in the role, it’s importance & what it achieves.
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Scribblers Festival May 10
What’s better than a Children’s Laureate at the inaugural ? 3 Children’s Laureates! Kicking off our For The Grown Up’s event tonight with , & Leigh Hobbs
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Cambridge AusEd May 8
Morris Gleitzman on Why Our Young People Need Stories More than Ever (via )
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Penguin Teachers May 6
"I always love the opportunity to say thank you to the librarians of the world. I see us as all being part of the same team. None of us could really do our job without the others." talks to Morris Gleitzman about why young people need stories.
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Kim A Howard May 3
A great afternoon at . Thank you and . You made our visit from the UK extra special. Wish you were here, fellow pals.
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AStrongBeliefWicker May 3
A very (fabulous) adult conversation about children’s books
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Children's Laureate Foundation May 3
Children’s Laureate presenting the award for Small publishers’ adult book of the year and Small publishers’ children’s book of the year!
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Books+Publishing May 3
Louise Sherwin-Stark (Hachette): Australian Reading Hour is 20 September 2018. Ambassadors are Judy Nunn and Morris Gleitzman. ‘Reading reduces stress level by 68%.’
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Pan Macmillan Aus May 2
“The best way to change priorities at the top is working at grassroots level” talking to about advocating for libraries and books.
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