Congratulations Janeen Brian and Emma StuartJuly 3rd, 2013
Congratulations to Janeen Brian and Emma Stuart!
Eddie Pipper has been shortlisted for the Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards!
Each year, Speech Pathology Australia awards three Australian authors the “Best Book for Language Development” in the categories – Young Children, Lower Primary and Upper Primary.
Each award is based on the book’s appeal to children, interactive quality and ability to assist speech pathologists and parents in communication and literacy development.
The Speech Pathology Australia judging panel had this to say about Eddie Pipper:
This story is believable, has interesting subject matter and a strong and likeable main character. The story would be a great tool to discuss character creation. The dialogue is convincing and the narrative strong with momentum. The story encourages imagination and curiosity. The book has thicker pages for smaller fingers and very cute illustrations.
Congratulations again Janeen Brian and Emma Stuart.
The winners will be announced in August so fingers crossed!
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