As part of The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program, Cara Barnard (11) extols the benefit of reading, especially in a mostly electronic world.
Ever wondered why your child insists on reading the same book over and over and over again? Well, this is why.
With his new book The Other Wife just published, we asked Michael Robotham to share his thoughts about some of the books that inspired him to become a writer.
In a new series of articles, we’re asking writers to nominate five books that had a major impact on them when they first read them, and to tell us why.
ABC Reading Eggs is a phenomenon in early education, as parents the world over have confidence in the program to play a crucial role in their children’s development.
The ability to read is the first mental milestone our children strive to reach. To assist their climb, look no further than the scientifically based fun of ABC Reading Eggs.
Numerous studies attest to the fact that your commute is detrimental to your health. But to those who can’t change jobs, a change of mindset is just as good.
Bill Gates and Warren Buffet suggest you spend 5 hours a week growing your mind. Those who have trouble reading their point are just giving themselves over to ignorance.
Sadly, summer is fast pushing beyond us. However, I believe this should merely expedite our push to relocate somewhere verdant with a book in tow. It’s what I’m doing this very second.
A circadian novel is one that follows their characters over a 24-hour period. It’s tough to produce, but when done correctly, the results are spectacular.
Blergh. Daylight. Time for bed. What happened while you were asleep? Well, Jack Nicholson is back in Hollywood, Donald Trump got some reading advice and Centrelink will be held accountable by the senate.
I may not have read many things, but at least the list I’ve pretended to have read is far longer. Come now, and don’t judge…I’ve already taken care of that.
O, the lovers we covet, those with large bookcases and hard covers. Book people. If you have your eye on one, but are short in the knowledge department, worry not, for we can bluff you through it.
Successful children’s book author Susannah McFarlane discusses why she is conducting a book-writing workshop for children in disadvantaged communities.
What up, nerds. Regular readers of TBS know we all about readin’ the classic shizzle, but for those not in the book ‘hood, we’ve found Thug Notes.
Having found support on social media for her shameful dependency, Kathryn Stedman selflessly outlines the warning signs of fiction addiction.
With statistics indicating reading numbers are down, Lauren Ford points out the never-ending cycle of books being made into film.
The internet’s obsession with holding its audience captive via click-bait content has Patrick Jovaras lamenting the loss of the longform written word.