Memorial By Gary Crew, illustrator Shaun Tan. A Moreton Bay Fig tree, planted as a memorial to Australian soldiers killed in World War I, is slated to be cut down by the local council. A young boy tells the moving story of the tree, as related by his great grandfather, grandfather, and father, each of whom has participated in wars over the years.

memorial shaun tan gary crew - asking questions free lesson aligned to the Aust.

Anzac Biscuits

ANZAC Biscuits - Phil Cummings adopts a dual narrative - each double page switches from Rachel and her mother in their kitchen, to Rachel's Dad who is fighting in the war - referred to as 'the soldier'.

Anzac Biscuits

ANZAC Biscuits - Phil Cummings adopts a dual narrative - each double page switches from Rachel and her mother in their kitchen, to Rachel's Dad who is fighting in the war - referred to as 'the soldier'.

Book Cover:  In Flanders Fields

In Flanders Fields by Norman Jorgensen and Brian Harrison-Lever A young WWI soldier risks his life to rescue a bird. Available in our library Flanders Fields Relevant Syllabus Outcomes English PDHPE Science & Technology IC Mathematics CAPA

Scarecrow Army: The ANZACS at Gallipoli

Scarecrow army : the Anzacs at Gallipoli / [Book / Paperback] Leon Davidson.

Children's war books: The Anzac puppy by Peter Millett and Trish Bowles

Suitable for years This story is based on the true story of Freda, a dalmatian and the dog mascot of the NZ Rifles during World War It's a simple story about the reality of war, hardship, friendship and love

Browse Inside A Rose for the Anzac Boys by Jackie French

Available in: Paperback. It is War is being fought on an horrific scale in the trenches in France, but it might as well be a world away from sixteen-year-old Midge MacPherson, who has been sent to England to learn to be a young lady.

Children's war books: The bantam and the soldier by Jennifer Beck and Ro...

The Little Hen and The Great War von Jennifer Beck, Scholastic Publishers

Midnight - Books - A foal is born at midnight, on the homestead side of the river. Coal black. Star ablaze. Moonlight in her eyes. On October 31, 1917, the 4th and 12th Regiments of the Australian Light Horse took part in one of the last great cavalry charges in history. Among the first to leap the enemy trenches was Lieutenant Guy Haydon riding his beloved mare, Midnight. This is their story.

This is the story of Lieutenant Guy Haydon and his beloved mare Midnight who were part of the Australian Light Horse Brigade during

The Donkey of Gallipoli: A True Story of Courage in World War I

The Donkey of Gallipoli by Mark Greenwood a story of a young mans courage and the help of a donkey

Caesar the Anzac Dog

A fictionalised account of Caesar the bulldog, the mascot of the Battalion (A Company) New Zealand Rifle Brigade, who served in World War One and died in action. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.

Mary Small's web site - Simpson & Duffy

Simpson and Duffy - Mary Small and Ester Kasepuu

War Memorial in Canberra - A place for reflection.

War Memorial in Canberra - A place for reflection.

Children's war books: The silver donkey by Sonya Hartnett

Children's war books: The silver donkey by Sonya Hartnett

Children's war books: Evan’s Gallipoli by Kerry Greenwood

Children's war books: Evan’s Gallipoli by Kerry Greenwood

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