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Book review: A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult

As Jodi Picoult’s modus operandi, A Spark of Light provides a fictional and engaging way of discussion a controversial topic. This time, it she tackles abortion by setting the story…

Book review: Farewell, My Lovely by Raymond Chandler 

I swear this will be the last time a choose a book because of its title. I was seduced by the sound of Farewell, My Lovely and ended up with…

Book review: Beauty by Bri Lee 

Bri Lee has followed up her brilliant Eggshell Skull with an eassy titled Beauty. While the two books are quite different, they are linked as they draw heavily on Lee’s experiences.  Eggshell…

Book review: Olive, Again by Elizabeth Strout

Despite her failings, there is something solid and reliable about Olive. I read the second of Elizabeth Strout's Olive books during one of Melbourne's lockdowns and it was comforting to…

Why children’s books are a great way to inspire kids to dream big

This guest post from Ethicool Books co-founder, Teigan Margetts. Teigan and her publishing company have a wonderful ethos, creating picture books about the world's big issues and inspiring children to…

Book Review: Too Much Lip by Melissa Lucashenko

Too Much Lip has been on of my books of the year. From the first page, I was pulled into the life of wise-cracking Kerry, as she encounters a magpie…

Book review: City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert

Gosh, I had a great time listening to City of Girls on audiobook. Elizabeth Gilbert’s novel follows the story of Vivian Morris as she discovers a glittering, exciting post-World War…

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