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CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
CBCA NSW presentation
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CBCA NSW presentation

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Children's Book Council NSW presentation by Mary Anne Cartwright, St Marks Drummoyne.

Children's Book Council NSW presentation by Mary Anne Cartwright, St Marks Drummoyne.

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  • 1. Engaging the Community with Literature for Young Australians
  • 2. Anticipate, Appreciate, Applaud (Triple A)
  • 3. Maurice Saxby Lecture
  • 4. Book Sale
  • 5. CBCA National Conference
  • 6. International Connection Dinner
  • 7. Judge’s Dinner
  • 8. Youth Reviews
  • 9. Author Teas
  • 10. Book Week
  • 11. Lady Cutler Award
  • 12. ALOUD
  • 13. Frustrated Writer’s Mentorship Programme
  • 14. Stories on Screen
  • 15. Sydney Writers Festival- Kids’ Writing Masterclass• May 21• LIBBY GLEESON• How do you build tension and create drama in your stories? Can you make your readers• feel your characters’ fear and hope in the face of danger? Libby Gleeson will show you• how!• May22• RICHARD HARLAND•• Richard Harland provides expert help on creating intriguing characters - both human• and fantasy creatures! How do you work these new characters into your stories?• How do you see the fantasy world as they see it? Join Richard and dream up some• awesome new stories.•• May 23• DEB ABELA• Do you have great ideas for stories but dont know how to start? Do you get stuck• after a great beginning? Meet Deb Abela and learn how to write mysterious stories,• create suspense and build a plot that has readers on the edge of their seats!
  • 16. SWFMC- ages 13 -18years Michael PryorZoe Walton
  • 17. National Year of Reading 2012
  • 18. Book Week Merchandising
  • 19. http//www.nsw.cbca.org.au

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