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Sue Whiting
Author & editor of books for children and young adults. Latest books MISSING, a novel for readers 10+, and BEWARE THE DEEP DARK FOREST, a picture book for 3+.
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Congrats! 🥂
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Sue Whiting Jun 23
Replying to @LizDerouet
Wow! That's awesome. All the best!
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Yvette Poshoglian Jun 23
Chilly, beautiful Bathurst was the site of the official launch of new book series for young readers (6-9) PUPPY DIARY last week!
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Meg McKinlay Jun 20
Replying to @WalkerBooksAus
But wait! There's more! Like a second Skylab falling from orbit, I'll be crashing the Esperance party again, this time to present a writing workshop for ages 10-infinity. From 5pm Wed 10 July. Free event inc supper; bookings essential!
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Meg McKinlay Jun 20
Like Skylab falling from orbit, I am heading inexorably towards Esperance. I'll be talking all things "Catch A Falling Star" and more at this free event on Wed 10 July. Come on down!
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Melissa Wilson Jun 20
Jacqueline Harvey is unstoppable! Another Alice-Miranda has hit the shelves and this time it’s all about the music. Read my review and listen to the podcast with her inspiring!
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megan daley Jun 20
I specifically chose World Refugee Day (June 20) to post my review of the latest book by Tristan Bancks, which presents middle grade readers from 11+ with the complex issues surrounding refugees and immigration detention centres. You can read it here:
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Walker Classroom Jun 20
To celebrate the shortlists is exploring each of the titles, and she has plenty of thoughtful questions and activities for The Happiness Box by Mark Greenwood and Andrew MacLean! Read the full piece here:
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Children's Laureate Foundation Jun 10
'Fienberg, an award-winning author who has written over 40 books, is adding another achievement to her list – being made a Member of the Order of Australia in the Queen’s Birthday honours for her services to literature' Congratulations Anna! ?
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Sue Whiting Jun 10
❤️
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Aust Writers Centre Jun 7
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Sue Whiting Jun 7
Replying to @altait
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Sue Whiting Jun 6
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Sue Whiting Jun 6
What's not to believe? After all, I'm a children's author. Someone who tells lies to children for a living.
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Sue Whiting Jun 6
If I'd been a I would have donated it all to charities promoting world peace and helping the poor. Because that's the kind of gal I am - either that or I am full of *#%! What about you and ?
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Walker Books Australia Jun 5
The shortlists for the New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults are here and 's is a finalist for the Young Adult Fiction Award! CONGRATS Rachael! 👏❤️🦌
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Sue Whiting Jun 6
😥
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Sue Whiting Jun 6
Yes - many changes. Tightening, tweaking, improving constantly. Cut spreads, added others etc. One of the advantages of a long publishing process!
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Sue Whiting Jun 6
Around the 600 mark, I think.
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Sue Whiting Jun 6
🤣🤣🤣
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