Category Archives: Equality

Using Comics to teach Literacy

A great interview with Tim Smyth, proponent of Graphic Novels in the Classroom led me to his website which has a fantastic array of tools to help promote this genre.


Finland is winning the Information Wars

This is a heartwarming, at least to me the Librarian, tale, that shows how one country can fight fake news, raise literacy standards and create generations of critical thinkers: Finland is winning the war on disinformation.

Graphic Novels Belong in Your English Class. Here’s How to Use Them

A really great article on the benefits and uses of graphic novels in the classroom.

Experts fear we’ll soon be raising illiterate generations as Aussie kids’ speech issues hit worst levels

A really thought provoking article from a newspaper I normally don’t read.

I think my most important takeaway was the focus on reading out loud to our children. Working as a Reading Tutor in my tween’s school I notice this a lot, that children need to hear us read out loud.

Celebrating the World’s Languages – one story time at a time

A great post on one Librarian’s journey in:

brown book page

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Monolingual in a Multilingual World Post

Summer is Coming: Preparing Yourself and Your Loved Ones for Summer Reading Programs

I absolutely loved this pragmatic and useful list of self care that the ALSC has published.

I find Self Care still the hardest gift I can give myself…..what’s yours?

Study Skills: Hack Your Degree

I love these simple Study Skills: Hack Your Degree.

I waited til I was in my mid forties to go back undertake the studies I really should have done in my twenties. I haven’t looked back. You’re never too old to learn….


Pursuing excellence for library service to children

Infopro Tasha

Watch as I transition from 'librarian' to 'information professional'

Children's Books Reviewed

Team Ahsoka

A Star Wars Fansite Celebrating Ahsoka Tano and Her Fanbase

the second hand city

find it love it use it

Lee & Low Blog

Exploring Children's Books Through the Lens of Diversity

jude-marie green

future tense


Bringing Aboriginal perspectives into English education

Whispering Gums

Books, reading and anything else that comes to mind...with an Australian focus


Life after working

Planet Simon

Creating worlds in word and art and exploring the universe in which we exist.

News for Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo and beyond

Playfully Grownup Home

Because Fun Keeps You Young!

in the garden

from the newstead community garden


Thoughts on international relations, environment, society and self with Benjamin Habib, PhD

My Book Corner

A treasure trove of beautiful children’s literature for you to discover.


The Independent Woman and the myth of the Australian bushman

ANZ LitLovers LitBlog

For lovers of Australian and New Zealand literary fiction; Ambassador for Australian literature

The YA Room


A Cosy Reading Blog

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Australian Haiku Society

haikuoz - the enjoyment of haiku

Charlotte Digregorio's Writer's Blog

This is a writer's blog for authors, business people, creative people, freelancers, journalists, publishers, and poets. They will learn the ins and outs of writing for publication. Both beginning and experienced writers will profit from it.


Crazy quilts are unique and innovative quilts created from scraps of materials. My hope is for a world that uses all the scraps, rough cut diamonds and hidden treasures. I blog to make IPOC authors and their works more accessible.


Humanising! Indigenising! Decolonising! Thriving

T is for Training

Sharing Knowledge since 2008 One Conversation at a Time

Ta-Nehisi Coates | The Atlantic

Thoughts, Ideas and so much more

This is Lit

Book Blog

Sarah Cawkwell's Blog

"The difference between fiction and reality is that fiction has to make sense." -- Tom Clancy

Yellowstone National Park Lodges

Thoughts, Ideas and so much more

Life in the Information World

Mother Jones

Smart, fearless journalism

Librarian Lisa

school library consultant


nurturing the compassionate maker, the reluctant reader, and embracing #librarylife

Australian Aboriginal Languages Student Blog

A place to share anything at all that's interesting and related to the languages of Australia. WARNING: We wish to advise that this blog may contain names, voices and images of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have passed away. We strongly urge readers to exercise caution when viewing the blog so as to avoid distress.

I am Jessica

A student's attempt at environmentalism.


simple connected living, city style


Fitness Community

L-B the Librarian

Use your library