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Celebrating Middle School Writers - Introducing our Year 5 Winning Competition Entry

Forty talented Middle School writers recently attended a Literary Lunch in Jackson Hall with special guest authors, Bec Cavanagh, Lili Wilkinson and Leanne Hall.

As well as being treated to a sumptuous lunch courtesy of Chef and the Hospitality Team, the Braemar College students had the opportunity to listen to the authors talk about writing. 793 more words

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THE NATURAL WAY OF THINGS imagines a world in which misogyny is taken to new extremes

The Natural Way of Things

By Charlotte Wood

Europa Editions: June 28, 2016

$17.00, 230 pages

Summer is seen as a time to read light-hearted, romantic novels or thrillers. 1,060 more words

Book Reviews

Middle School Writing Competition - Get Your Entries In!

MIDDLE SCHOOL WRITING COMPETITION CLOSES THIS FRIDAY !!!

As part of the Stella Prize Schools Program, and our commitment to giving students the opportunity to extend their writing skills, Braemar College is holding a writing competition for Middle School students.   286 more words

Braemar College

Middle School Writing Competition - Meet the Authors Prize

As part of the Stella Prize Schools Program, and our commitment to giving students the opportunity to extend their writing skills, Braemar College is holding a writing competition for Middle School students.   286 more words

Braemar College

Winter of Content

It’s been bitterly cold and dark in Melbourne, but the sun has been shining on me this week. I got a present in the mail from the Stella Prize as a thank you for their support. 227 more words

Writing

Hope Farm - Peggy Frew

After hearing so many good things about Hope Farm and with it being shortlisted for the Stella Prize, it was clear I had to read it. 554 more words

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The Natural Way Of Things

Two women awaken from a drugged sleep to find themselves imprisoned in an abandoned property in the middle of a desert. Strangers to each other, they have no idea where they are or how they came to be there with eight other girls, forced to wear strange uniforms, their heads shaved, guarded by two inept yet vicious armed jailers and a ‘nurse’. 817 more words

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