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I Spy!

I Spy a new program for the very young. Kids’ Own Publishing is thrilled to be part of the Abbotsford Convent’s new Convent Kids program and in partnership with the Convent we are presenting I Spy, a program for preschool aged children and their parents or carers. Next February children (read more)

Your Story Garden Workshops 22-25 January

Your Story Garden Workshops 22-25 January

Children are invited to make books in the Grand Imaginarium: Your Story Garden this Summer with leading artists and authors Minna Gilligan, Tai Snaith, Kenny Pittock and Michael Camilleri and his son Ruben Camilleri!   There will be magical meanders through the stunning Abbotsford Convent gard(read more)

What in the World’s for Dinner?

What in the World’s for Dinner?

Indeed! Deciding what to put on the table is now so much easier with Hume Valley School’s cookbook of recipes and food stories from families from 24 different cultural backgrounds including Aboriginal, Croatian, Samoan, Greek, Italian, Indian and Afghan.   Families were invited to share their (read more)

Rainbow Fox launched in Bendigo

Rainbow Fox launched in Bendigo

Communities for Children Bendigo and the Centre for Non Violence partnered with Kids’ Own Publishing to run a series of creative workshops with children in Bendigo in which a beautiful book, Rainbow Fox, was produced.  The workshops were held at Lightning Reef Early Learning Centre, with forty t(read more)

Come and make books with us!

Come and make books with us!

The Kids’ Own Book Cubby and Kids’ Own artist team members will be out and about around Melbourne over the next few months at the following locations:   Saturday 25 March. Our Journey, Our Stories – Victoria’s Multicultural Arts Festival at Federation Square from 12 noon(read more)

Books all over Australia, with thanks to Fuji Xerox

Books all over Australia, with thanks to Fuji Xerox

Kids’ Own Publishing was honoured to have two titles selected for distribution to 500 aboriginal communities across Australia as part of the Indigenous Literacy Foundation book distribution program: Du Matj Bets! and Riverboy.   This print run was also sponsored by Fuji Xerox, which gen(read more)