Anzac Day books for kids

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Mon 18 April 2016

11 mins

Amelia Lush, Children’s Buyer at Sydney's Better Read than Dead, shares the best children’s books for Anzac Day. Hear why she thinks her picks do a great job of explaining the day's significance to kids.

Amelia recommends Reflection by Rebecka Sharpe Shelberg & Robin Cowcher; Lest We Forget by Kerry Brown; The Beach they Called Gallipoli by Jackie French & Bruce Whatley and One Minute's Silence by David Metzenthen & Michael Camilleri.

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