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1000 Deadly Kids, 1000 Deadly Books

1000 Deadly Kids, 1000 Deadly Books

Kids’ Own Publishing has partnered with the Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC)  to present 1000 Deadly Kids, 1000 Deadly Books: a nation-wide children’s publishing initiative celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and the power of sto(read more)

Stories for our children

Stories for our children

  Books written by the South Sudanese community in Traralgon   I hope these books help people to understand that whilst we were living through hard times, it was our beliefs, our culture and our faith that kept us going … our culture is the very essence of who we are. Abraham Lueth Maluk(read more)

Pssst … More Traralgon books on the way

Pssst … More Traralgon books on the way

  If you loved Donkeys Can’t Fly on Planes, you’ll be excited to hear …   Two more books of stories by the South Sudanese community of Traralgon have been published by Kids’ Own Publishing.   But in these books – In My Kingdom and All the Way Home – it (read more)

Zobi and The Zoox

Zobi and The Zoox

We employ a group of talented illustrators, writers and performers who make up the Kids’ Own Publishing artist team, many of whom have countless creative endeavours on the go. We take joy in celebrating creativity and love the latest project that Kids’ Own Artist Ailsa Wild and Briony Barr have (read more)

Recipe for Community

Recipe for Community

Connecting children and adults with different abilities through artmaking out and about at the Abbotsford Convent   Recipe for Community, which brings children from The Melbourne University Early Learning Centre and adults from Interact Arts together to develop relationships has celebrated anot(read more)

The Grand Imaginarium at the Abbotsford Convent Open Day

The Grand Imaginarium at the Abbotsford Convent Open Day

  The Grand Imaginarium is a space for children and families where stories, books and the imagination can flourish. We’ll be running a full day of book making workshops in the Linen Room with appearances from Convent authors, artists and practitioners. Each year the Abbotsford Convent holds (read more)