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  • Posted to July 2018 by Global Administrator on 24/07/2015
    Guest Post from Ryan Spencer, Dymocks Literary Spokesperson, Clinical Teaching Specialist: Lecturer in Literacy Education at the University of Canberra. 

    If you are looking to help your child to develop as a reader, the simplest thing that you can do to help facilitate this is to celebrate the freedom to read whatever we like! In order to help our children to practice valuable reading skills, we need to give them many opportunities to read, both by themselves and with others. 
  • Posted to July 2018 by Global Administrator on 20/07/2015
    In news that will surprise absolutely no one, Go Set A Watchman has leaped into our top ten and landed in first place. It’s been 55 years since its predecessor was published, but that didn’t stop people rushing out to pick up their piece of publishing history.