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Tracks of the Missing Teaching Notes

Tracks of the Missing Teaching Notes

Are you looking for Tracks of the Missing Teaching Notes? You’ve found yourself in the right place! Tracks of the Missing is a great choice for study in Grades 9-10 classrooms (as well as advanced Grade 7-8 classes or low... More

Why ‘Tracks of the Missing’ is perfect for your high school English classroom

Why ‘Tracks of the Missing’ is perfect for your high school English classroom

Why ‘Tracks of the Missing’ is perfect for your high school English classroom ‘Tracks of the Missing’ (Magabala 2022) is an excellent novel study choice for teachers of secondary English Grades 9-10. ‘Tracks of the Missing’ is a YA suspense... More

Tracks of the Missing Teaching Resources

Tracks of the Missing Teaching Resources

Tracks of the Missing (Magabala 2022) was shortlisted for the Daisy Utemorrah Award in 2019. A YA suspense thriller Australian novel by Australian authors with diverse characters. There are two options where you can invest in our teaching resources: Author... More

Black Cockatoo Common Questions and Answers

Black Cockatoo Common Questions and Answers

Google search tells us that lots of you are looking for the same kinds of answers about¬†Black Cockatoo¬†authors and the book. CARL MERRISON What is Carl Merrison’s culture background? Carl Merrison is a Jaru/Kija man from Halls Creek in the... More

8 Reasons to Study Black Cockatoo (Magabala 2018)

8 Reasons to Study Black Cockatoo (Magabala 2018)

8 Reasons to Study Black Cockatoo by Carl Merrison and Hakea Hustler Are you a teacher in a mainstream school Grade 4-6? A teacher of First Nations students in a rural or remote outback classroom? A teacher of low literacy... More

Writing Inspiration

Writing Inspiration

Love the idea of writing your own short stories for competitions, a novella like Black Cockatoo or just have an urge to write and tell stories… we have some freebies for you! Lismore Street Art Writing Prompts Hakea Hustler and... More

Free Online Tutoring for Remote Aboriginal Students

Free Online Tutoring for Remote Aboriginal Students

Did you know you can get extra help at school? It’s free, online and personal to just you. I’m sure your teachers, librarian or AEIO will let you mob onto a computer in the library at lunchtime or for an... More

Boarding School

Boarding School

It’s a huge step to decide to ‘school away’ at a boarding school. You might feel worried about leaving your family and friends, what you’ll miss out on, what your host family or boarding house will be like, or how... More

Youngest ever author

Youngest ever author

As I was editing our latest Indigenous young adult supernatural suspense fiction book my nephew came over to see what I was doing. I explained to him that I was reading my editor‘s feedback and then making changes based on... More

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