Elissa Down's heart-warming AFI-winning story about fitting in, discovering love and accepting your family is based on her own life experiences and stars Toni Collette as Maggie Mollison who is not only pregnant, but also has two sons and a husband who talks to his teddy bear. Luke Ford stars as Charlie, who is autistic and Rhys Wakefield as 16-year-old Thomas, who tries to understand his unpredictable and sometimes unmanageable older brother.
Enjoy a story about Aboriginal culture called ‘Respect’. Watch Brianna in the art room and learn how to make a paper landscape collage. Think about how we learn new words when you listen to the story ‘Little Wing’, a book about a bird who loves reading non-fiction books. Every episode of Reading@Home TV is accompanied by an Auslan interpreter.
Paris is on the brink of revolt. Javert remains obsessed by the pursuit of Jean Valjean. Anxious Valjean makes a plan. Marius makes a promise to Cosette. Based on the Victor Hugo novel.
Listen to a story about a boy in a wheelchair and his pet dragon called ‘Amazing’ then think about all the action words in the book. Make your own dragon out of a toilet paper roll and streamers. Enjoy a tale with all sorts of rhyming words and alliteration about a clever little frog and his animal friends called ‘Oi Duck Billed Platypus’. Then get up and move like an animal with Nicola. Every episode of Reading@Home TV is accompanied by an Auslan interpreter.