Are We There Yet - Teacher resources from Reading Australia - units of work in conjunction with Copyright Agency and PETAA to make significant Australian literary works more readily available for teaching in schools.

Are We There Yet - Teacher resources from Reading Australia - units of work in conjunction with Copyright Agency and PETAA to make significant Australian literary works more readily available for teaching in schools.

Sustainability: One Small Island : The Story of Macquarie Island - Alison Lester

One Small Island (Eve Pownall Book of the Year- 'The Children's Book Council of Australia')

Australian books

Join Grace and her family on their adventurous and sometimes funny expedition. A warm, heartfelt story based on an actual journey undertaken by the much-loved, award-winning author and illustrator, Alison Lester.

Magic Beach is a beautifully written and illustrated book by Alison Lester. The story cleverly intertwines realistic beach activities such as surfing, collecting shells and building sand castles wi…

Week 3: Language Features of Magic Beach

Magic Beach is a beautifully written and illustrated book by Alison Lester. The story cleverly intertwines realistic beach activities such as surfing, collecting shells and building sand castles wi…

Without a doubt one of the loveliest kid books ever written.

Alison Lester turns an ordinary trip to the beach into a magical adventure. The rhyming text and detailed illustrations make this a book to.

This pack of resources is based on the children’s picture book ‘Are we there yet?’ by Australian author Alison Lester.  This book is about Grace an...

Are we there yet? - Picture book study

This pack of resources is based on the children’s picture book ‘Are we there yet?’ by Australian author Alison Lester.

This worksheet requires the students to have read (or have the teacher read to them) the book "Ernie Dances to the Didgeridoo" by Alison Lester. Students can compare and contrast things they do in different seasons to the things the Aboriginal children in Arnhem Land-Northern Territory, do in their different seasons.

Aboriginal Education- Ernie Dances to the Didgeridoo By Alison Lester

This worksheet requires the students to have read (or have the teacher read to them) the book "Ernie Dances to the Didgeridoo" by Alison Lester. Students can compare and contrast things they do in different seasons to the things the Aboriginal children in Arnhem Land-Northern Territory, do in their different seasons.

Writers Talk Alison Lester: Magic Beach

Popular Australian childrens author Alison Lester describes the writing of her book Magic Beach.

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