Sunday Arts

  1. In the Evening – a book about making friends by Edwina Wyatt

    My daughter has been carrying this book everywhere and that’s okay because I love reading it over again. This elegantly beautiful new Australian children’s book is a sumptuous delight. Enchantingly poetic wording from Edwina Wyatt is brought to life through the soft-coloured magic of illustrator

  2. Hii-Yaah! The Worm Who Knew Karate

    There’s so much information available about children and ‘resilience’. Quite honestly, I’m a bit tired of the term, although I appreciate the sentiment. I don’t talk to my kids about resilience per se, but I do emphasise the importance of being a ‘problem solver’. And

  3. Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress

    Hang around parenting social media sites for a while and you’re bound to notice one particular topic that gets people really riled – gender stereotyping. Marketing teams behind some brands of clothes, toys, books and even food, feel the need to distinguish between what’s created