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"The little refugee", by Anh Do and Suzanne Do ; illustrated by Bruce Whatley - Anh Do nearly didn't make it to Australia. His entire family came close to losing their lives as they escaped from war-torn Vietnam in an overcrowded boat. It was a dangerous journey, with murderous pirates and terrifying storms, but they managed to survive. Life in suburban Australia was also hard for a small boy with no English and funny lunches.

Unit of work for Foundation by Carmel Turner on The Terrible Plop by Ursula Dubosarsky and Andrew Joyner

Indigenous death rate in childbirth comparable to developing countries

Report by Australian Institute of Health and Welfare says Indigenous women die in pregnancy and childbirth at more than twice the rate of other Australians

A quick chat with Anh Do about The Little Refugee, a kids version of his bestseller The Happiest Refugee

"The Day No One Was Angry", by Toon Tellegen, illustrated by Marc Boutavant - divine long text picture book, with 12 interconnected stories that explore anger in all its shapes and sizes. For all ages.

Last Stop on Market Street is a terrific book for sharing with kids of all colors and backgrounds, because of how deeply it makes you think. de la Peña makes his point without being preachy or didactic - that beauty is everywhere, that we can find it particularly in helping our fellow man. Review from @sproutsbkshelf

This is the true story of a brave horse called Fabish. In his racing days, he always tried his hardest. And when he retired, Fabish took care of the flighty young horses...One hot summer day, a wild wind blew up and the yearlings were restless. Then Fabish smelled smoke. Fire was coming, fast. The trainer threw open the gate and said, 'Go now!' Fabish neighed to the young ones and they galloped away. All through the night, the fire raged and the trainer battled to save the racehorses in the…