The National Centre has listed a selection of websites that may prove useful for research into Children’s Literature. Some of these may require subscription to gain access.
Indigenous Literacy Foundation
The Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) is a national charity that was founded and set up by members of the Australian book industry in 2005.
Kids Book Explorer
Curated by Natalia Bragaru, this blog explores the “magical world of illustrated and picture books“.
The Literature Centre
Supports teachers and authors through workshops and writing programs in Western Australia.
May Gibbs Children’s Literature Trust
Lists activities of the Trust which promotes the creation of contemporary Australian children’s literature in the belief that children’s books, written and illustrated by Australians, are vital to the well-being, creativity and literacy of our children.
Misrule: The Home of Australian Children’s Books Online
Reviews, interviews and links.
Moat Brae opened to the public by Patron Joanna Lumley and Secretary of State for Culture Fiona Hyslop as the National Centre for Children’s Literature and Storytelling on 1 June 2019. It celebrates all things Peter Pan. For updates read Moat Brae’s Facebook page.
A website, blog, and outreach program centred on multicultural young readers’ books and reading as ways of fostering empathy, understanding and peace.
The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators
US based website providing information for authors and illustrators of children’s books, including events and other news.
About women writers past and present.
Posted by: NCACL | Published: 04 Apr 2023