Let’s Demand China Reverses Ban in Use of Rhino Horn and Tiger Bones

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  On 29th October 2018 it was announced that China will reverse the 25 year ban in the use of rhino horn and tiger bones from captive animals for scientific, medical and cultural use. Many of my friends expressed their … Continued

School Visit – Castlecrag Montessori – The POWEs

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School visit fun 🙂 What a lovely morning I’ve just spent at the Castlecrag Montessori pre-school. Such a sweet little school. I love how excited little children get when a visitor comes to school. They all rush up to tell … Continued

School Visit Sydney – Killarney – The POWEs

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I had a wonderful day yesterday, visiting a lovely little community-based preschool in Mosman. Killarney school is in a converted house on a tree-lined residential street. I loved it. I arrived a little early and walked in on the children … Continued

Falling In Love With A Black Rhino Calf

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I was lucky enough to meet this beautiful 2 month old black rhino calf the other day at Taronga Western Plains in Dubbo, NSW, Australia. The Taronga Conservation Society is involved in the International Rhinoceros Foundation’s bid to save black … Continued

School Visit Sydney – Balgowlah

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This week I was invited to visit Balgowlah North Public School. I had such a brilliant time with these impassioned kids. They have been studying sustainability this term and knew all about endangered species and the problems our planet is … Continued

Australia Book Week

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I was lucky to be part of Australia Book Week at two primary schools in Sydney this year – Waverley Public School and Maroubra Bay Public School. The day I visited Waverley they were dressed up as characters from their … Continued

School Visit Children’s Artwork

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  Following on from my recent amazing school visit tour, I received this lovely note from one of the schools. It is so fantastic to think that I might have inspired some children to be authors or illustrators themselves one … Continued