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Join Olympian Nova Peris on the Story Time couch for a tale about playing sport in the Australian outback: Saved!!! by Lydia Williams.
When an eight-year-old daughter turns up in his life by surprise, a football star must reassess his priorities and adjust his bachelor lifestyle.
Listen to the story 'Respect' by Aunty Fay Muir and Sue Lawson. What kind of animals are in the story? What kind of plants are in the story? Who else does the little girl in the story respect? What were some of the traditional musical instruments that Dave showed us? Why is it important to show respect for different cultures?
Behind the News explains the history behind the atomic bomb and how it came to be used by the US army to help end World War II. August 6, 2020 marks 75 years since the bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, causing mass death, destruction and long term damage due to the lasting effects of radioactive waste and fallout left behind.
Through the story of Sadako, learn about the world's only ever nuclear attacks in Hiroshima and Nagasaki during World War II. Find out more about what led to the attacks, their tremendous impact and why most agree nuclear weapons should never be used again.
Test your knowledge of the refugee experience and some of the challenges displaced persons face after watching Go Back to Where You Came From Live.
Compare the director's vision of your favourite novels to the worlds you imagined for yourself, with this collection of blockbusters and classic adaptations of books for young adults.
In October 2018 eight Australians with conflicting views on asylum seekers went back to where those refugees came from. Join them on a journey of intercultural and ethical understanding of war.
Meet the poster puppy of unstructured play, as Bluey and her family and friends explore their world through games at home or discoveries outside the house.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.