CBCA 12th National Conference Wrap Up

IMG_3213Thanks to all of those wonderful librarians and teachers who visited the HarperCollins Trade stand at the recent CBCA conference. It was exciting meeting and sharing information about our recent list of titles as well as old time favourites .

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Thanks to all who took the time to enter our competition.The winner of the framed   Withering-By-Sea print signed by Judith Rossell is Sharon McGuinness from Thirroul Public School in NSW.

Congratulations also goes to 10 winners of a copy of Olive of Groves and Olive of Groves and the Great Slurp of Time.   Winners have been notified by email.

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HarperCollins Children’s Books is delighted to be celebrating 25 years of publishing with Jackie French. To commemorate this amazing achievement, we will release a new edition of Jackie’s first ever children’s book, Rain Stones , in December this year.

CBCA delegates have an opportunity to win one of 25 signed copies. To be part of the draw please follow our teachershub.com.au  blog and  email education@harpercollins.com.au  telling us why  you would like a copy for your shelf. Entries close Tuesday 31 May.

Winners will be notified by email .

 

 

 

 

3 thoughts on “CBCA 12th National Conference Wrap Up

  1. Vanessa says:

    Thanks @harpercollins. If you have any books that you would like reviewed I would love to do it for you. I have just started a blog that focusses on books that have an environmental & sustainability theme. My blog is flickingonthebook.wordpress.com

      • Vanessa says:

        Thank you Jacqui.
        I am trying to focus on books that can be linked to the Australian curriculum.
        I have started my focus on the sustainability strand but have found some new great books that link to the general capabilities & other cross curriculum priorities.
        So really anything that can link to sustainability, environment, links to other countries, refugees, creativity & imagination, topical issues.
        I am aiming my blog to link picture books to children. To make meaning in picture books to their own lives and to help teachers to use more picture books in the classroom – even if it is just a springboard for something else. I think we can make more use of books in our classrooms to link ideas.
        I am a teacher librarian, gifted educator and a mum to two young children.
        My email is nes.ryan@bigpond.com.

        Thanks again!

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