Harmony Week 2021
Harmony Week celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity. It’s about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone. For more information, visit harmony.gov.au
Here are some of our favourite children's books of 2021 that include themes of multiculturalism, inclusivity and kindness.
Best books for Harmony Week 2021
Activities for Harmony Week
Yarma gurra dahn gooramay!
Reading group discussion questions for ages 12+.
Buy now: https://www.penguin.com.au/books/hello-and-welcome-9781760898328 Feel the welcome as we celebrate Indigenous culture, Elders and future generations.
Aussie Kids features eight children who live in eight different places around the country.
Book club discussion questions and teaching resources.
ROCKY AND LOUIE by Phillip Walleystack, Raewyn Caisley and Dub Leffler.
The pack that's jam-packed with fun activities!
Get to know the eight authors and eight illustrators of Aussie Kids, a book series for beginner readers which explores the lives of children in all eight states and territories of Australia.
The Honourable Kim Beazley AC is the Governor of Western Australia.
A beautiful activity pack for Melina Marchetta's new series, What Zola Did
Authors and illustrators of the Aussie Kids series share why they enjoy reading books.
Melina Marchetta's new series is perfect for beginner readers.
An exquisite, heartbreakingly beautiful gem of a novel for anyone who loved Wonder, Lenny's Book of Everything, A Monster Calls or When You Reach Me.
From a NSW Zoo to a Victorian lighthouse, or an outback sheep farm in WA to a beach in QLD, this junior fiction series celebrates stories about children living in unique places in every state in Australia.
Colouring pages, word search and a spot-the-difference.
Download a word search and colouring page.
‘The full moon rose over us,’ Layla sang, while she carefully joined two pieces of metal together in the broiling, cramped welding bay.
Books to educate and reflect on the plight of refugees in Australia.
'Who wants to go to the beach for a swim?' said Dad.