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  • Talking Books: CBCA, NewDirections and New Titles!June 2013Paul MacdonaldM Ed B EdThe Children’s BookshopBeecroftstaff@thechildrensbookshop.com.au
  • 2“Reading for pleasure is the mostimportant way to advance literacyattainment in children.”National Literacy Trust UK 2006
  • Focus Areas- NationalCurriculum Expanded View of Literacy Multi-Modal Texts National Identity Indigenous Focus Focus on Asia Sustainability Greater Focus on Language
  • CBCA 2013
  • Across the Universe
  • 2013 Book Focus Library as Universe- Stations could bethe planets. Staff as Intergalactic Crew Each child gets an intergalacticpassport…. Whoever travels thefastest gets rewards.
  • Teachers’ NotesMrs Mac’s Libraryhttp://www.uqp.uq.edu.au/store/images/Hi-RES/teachersnotes/1209/2944.pdf
  • CBCA TitlesOlder Readers
  • Younger Readers
  • Early Childhood
  • Picturebook
  • Eve Pownall
  • Crichton Awards
  • Current Reads?
  • Picture Books23
  • Picture Books
  • Easy Reads Abound
  • Impact of Diary of a Wimpy Kid26
  • Junior Fiction
  • 28A Global Perspective
  • Thrillers/ Horror/ RomanceThe Genre for 2013
  • Teen Fiction
  • Classics31
  • Graphic Novels32
  • Non-Fiction33
  • “Children who know adults who read forpleasure take it for granted thatreading is a valuable and worthwhileactivity”(Csikszentmihalyi, 1991)34
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  • 37Paul MacdonaldM Ed B EdThe Children’s BookshopBeecroftstaff@thechildrensbookshop.com.au