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Congratulations to Kwame Alexander, who has won the 2015 Newbery Medal, the highest honour for children’s literature in the US.
Alexander’s powerful novel-in-verse The Crossover (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, HB, $24.99)paints an authentic portrait oftwelve-year-old narrator Josh Bell who uses the rhythms of poetry to emulate the ‘moving & grooving/popping and rocking’ of life on the basketball court with his twin brother, J.B.
Alexander, who has written 18 books, told the Washington Post that he ‘tried to write the book to show boys—and girls—that poetry could be cool’.
To order The Crossover (ISBN: 9780544107717) contact Peribo P: +61 (2) 9457 0011, E: email@example.com
Hardie Grant Books is pleased to announce a new publication in honour of one of Australia’s most important public figures, Prince Phillip.
The Wisdom of Prince Phillip is a carefully selected collection of His Royal Highness Prince Phillip’s most impressive public statements and a fitting tribute to Australia’s favourite Knight. Edited by Sir Antony A. Butt, Australia’s foremost Monarchist, and illustrated by Oslo Davis, it will be available in March 2015 as a timely celebration of the momentous occasion of Phillip receiving his Knight of the Order of Australia, no doubt his most illustrious honour to date.
Published by Hardie Grant Books.
ISBN 9781743790755, publishing 15 March 2015, RRP $12.95. Order through Random House Distribution 1800 222 444
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