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Claire Saxby
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Claire Saxby Jun 16
It was a great discussion to be part of. Thanks for keeping us on, and allowing us to go off track.
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Public Libraries Victoria Jun 15
Great to see the vital role of libraries being celebrated at and front and centre sharing stories and celebrating the way
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Chris Buckingham Jun 15
Beautiful free flowing conversation with and about how Powerful stories are the most effective ways to communicate the true value of public libraries.
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Claire Saxby Jun 14
Wrong Claire but otherwise yes!
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Claire Saxby Jun 14
Banked! PLR and ELR. Thank you
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George Ivanoff Jun 13
Bedtime reading in preparation for the IMAGINATION panel at with and on Saturday morning.
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George Ivanoff Jun 10
and are wonderful picture book creators. Wouldn’t you just love to hear the two of them speaking? Well you can at . On Sat morning I’ll be chatting with them about IMAGINATION. Come along!
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Williamstown Literary Fest Jun 10
Okay now - and fans get your skates on please. Nuture your creativity and join us as these 3 imaginative ones imagine up a storm! Make haste.
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Claire Saxby Jun 8
Love your library? So do we. Join us to find out how much.
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Williamstown Literary Fest Jun 8
Melbourne author, has written more than 100 books for kids and teens, including the interactive You Choose series, the RFDS adventures and the Other Worlds series. 1/2
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Claire Saxby Jun 8
This is the best festival - come rain come shine. It is always warm and welcoming.
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Claire Saxby Jun 8
From the wild to the wonderful travelling on a whim and a wing - explore with us the places imagination can take you.
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Linda Guthrie Jun 1
To see and understand. Aunty Fay Muir has just shown the book Nganga. Do you have it in your librar?
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Wild Dog Books Jun 1
Sue Lawson and Auntie Faye Muir at session ‘To see and understand: exploring our nation’s rich cultural history’ conference in Canberra. @suziejlawson
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Walker Classroom Jun 1
Aunty Fay Muir and Sue Lawson are speaking about language, understanding and community - and why we should know the story of the land we live in.
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Claire Saxby Jun 1
Greatest responsibility is to tell truth.
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Claire Saxby Jun 1
Black humour is a pressure valve for dealing with dark matters.
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