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Month: March 2020

13 Pan Macmillan books make Dymocks Top 101 list Every year, Australian’s get to voting on for the Dymocks Top 101 list, full of all the must-read books as decided by the readers! Pan Macmillan is thrilled to announce that the 2020 Dymocks Top 101 …

Read the first two chapters of The Salt Madonna Catherine Noske’s debut novel, The Salt Madonna, is the moody Australian gothic you’ve been waiting for! The story follows Hannah Mulvey who fled her island home as a teenager. But as her stubborn mother lays dying, …

Crack Up is the follow-up to The Quest Diaries of Max Crack by Jules Faber. To celebrate its release (and help you out at home with the kids), here are two colouring-ins. The first one is a group of scary Australian creatures of myth. There …

The incredible Helena Fox has been nominated for a Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA) award for her debut novel, How it Feels to Float. Her book was nominated for Book of the Year in the older reader category alongside five other young adult books. …

Juliet Marillier nominated for two Aurealis Awards🏅 Pan Macmillan is over the moon to congratulate author, Juliet Marillier on being shortlisted for two Aurealis Awards for her 2019 novel, The Harp of Kings. The Aurealis Awards are primarily for recognising the talents of Australian science …

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