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International recognition for Donkeys Can’t Fly on Planes

International recognition for Donkeys Can’t Fly on Planes

Donkeys Can’t Fly on Planes has recently received a huge accolade: making it into the annual White Ravens catalogue, which features a select list of International Youth Literature from all over the world. 200 titles are chosen from more than 40 countries, in over 30 languages.  Titles are chosen (read more)

Digital storytelling in the hands of children

Digital storytelling in the hands of children

WePublish was featured in the first week of October 2014 in the Kids’ section of the Apple App Store – a David next to the Goliath of Disney, Dora the Explora et al.   WePublish, a new app publishing tool for the 21st century for iPads is the latest addition to the Kids’ Own Publishing’(read more)

Holiday Workshops at Abbotsford Convent

Holiday Workshops at Abbotsford Convent

We’ll be running holiday workshops as part of the Abbotsford Convent Holiday program once again. Kids aged 5 and up take a whistle-stop tour through the publishing process – thinking, writing, illustrating – and making your own book! Famed author, Tony Wilson, who also has a studio at the Conv(read more)

Holiday Workshops at Library at the Dock, Docklands

Holiday Workshops at Library at the Dock, Docklands

Kids’ Own Publishing is calling on the young kids of Docklands and their parents to join them in two special workshops at Library at the Dock in the September Holidays. On Friday 3 October from 10.30 am to 12 noon we’ll be making books in the gallery space, using the exhibits as springboards for(read more)

Books bring us together

Books bring us together

Last month we announced the opening of the exhibition of 100 Books By Children For Children at the City of Melbourne’s Library at the Dock, Docklands. This month we want to shout about our related fund-raising campaign 100 Books: 100,000 readers. We know we have many supporters out there wh(read more)

Book Factory at Melbourne Writers Festival

Book Factory at Melbourne Writers Festival

The Book Factory is back with its interactive workshop program that immerses kids 7 – 12 in an innovative and creative story production experience. Children create their own unique pathway through four zones: a studio, a study, a library and a print room – as a writer, reader, illustrator and pu(read more)