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Our Latest Blogs

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60 People for 60 years of Play-Doh

It’s time to open a can of imagination as PLAY-DOH celebrates its 60th Anniversary!
To celebrate, Play-Doh recently asked people of all ages from 1 through to 60 to play with Play-Doh, making sculpts to showcase how they saw the world […]

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Community Fund Nominations Open!

Sep 18 2016
In 2014 we started the Rainbow Community Fund to extend our community spirit to worthwhile projects within the Pyrenees and Ballarat Shires. Every cent patrons spend buying a Rainbow Souvenir program at the front gate goes towards community […]

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Did you know CluneyTunes was happening this weekend?

CluneyTunes Festival of Americana and Celtic Music was an idea conceived some years ago and is now a reality. Set in the historic gold-mining town of Clunes, Victoria and home of the annual Booktown Festival. The town itself is well […]

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VicHealth urges Victorians to Walk To School this October

VicHealth’s Walk to School month is a free, easy and fun way for kids to get active this October.
Victorian primary students are encouraged to walk, ride or scoot to and from school, kickstarting healthy and active habits for life. Primary schools […]

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My Australian Story Black Sunday By Evan McHugh

Publisher: Scholastic Australia
R.R.P: $14-99
Review: Joan Steinman
Twelve year old David, or Nipper as his friends call him, began writing in his diary in June 1937. It was a compulsory assignment by his teacher. BLACK SUNDAY is his diary for a whole year. Nipper lives […]

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The Castle Of Inside Out By David Henry Wilson Illustrated By Chris Riddell

Publisher: Alma Books Ltd
R.R.P: $14-99
Review: Joan Steinman
This is a fantasy book but it is like a combination of Alice in Wonderland, the fantasy and Animal Farm, the comment on society. Lorina is led by a black rabbit to a magical land where […]

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Midnight Possum By Sally Morgan Illustrated By Jess Racklyett

Publisher: Scholastic Australia
R.R.P: $24-99
Review: Joan Steinman
Sally Morgan is a best-selling Australian author and this hard-cover picture story book is indicative of her work. In it, Possum, who loved the dark is called upon to rescue a baby possum that has fallen down […]

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Penelope The Mountain Pgymy Possum By Gordon Winch Illustrated By Stephen Pym

Publisher: New Frontier Publishing
R.R.P: $24-99
Review: Joan Steinman
This is a hard-cover picture story book with an important message about how development impacts on our native animals. When Penelope wakes from her long winter sleep she wonders why her mate Percy has not come […]

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Don’t Call Me Bear By Aaron Blabey

Publisher: Scholastic
R.R.P: $24-99
Review: Joan Steinman
Aaron Blabey, author of PIG THE PUG books has written and illustrated another incredible picture story book in Don’t Call Me Bear! Warren the koala just wants to be called the right name instead of being referred to […]

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Marvel And Marigold: The Big Sneeze By Mark Carthew Illustrated By Simon Prescott

Publisher: New Frontier Publishing
R.R.P: $24-99
Review: Joan Steinman
 
Marvin and Marigold are two mice who live next door to each other. They are friends but Marvin’s sneezing is putting a strain on their relationship. Marvin’s rumbles were making Marigold’s house crumble. Each time she […]

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