A Yamatji woman, Robyn Templeton is a Western Australian artist who with her daughter, Sarah Jackson, co-wrote and illustrated Tell Me Why a true story about Sarah's search for identity and desire to understand her Aboriginality. Tell Me Why is a picture book that encourages children to ask questions about their heritage and respect different cultures. This is Sarah Jackson’s story, but it is also the story of so many others dealing with society’s preconceived ideas about Aboriginality and using skin colour to determine identity
Robyn Templeton (A Yamatji woman) is a Western Australian artist; she has worked as Indigenous Education Officer at the Art Gallery of Western Australia.
No one likes to be called a tattletale, especially Andrew. But what is he supposed to do when Lexie won't stop bugging him? Talking about his grades and laughing at him when he falls on the playground isn't so bad, but when she tries to hurt him, Andrew knows he needs to something! But if he goes to the teacher, will he be tattling or reporting? Don't Call Me a Tattletale! shows kids the right way to handle bullying behaviour. Paperback More info
My Super Single Mum is a deceptively simple little publication. It's not terribly long or deep however it evokes all the right feel-good emotions that will have you and your kids truly celebrating your little family, and just how special it really is. "It's just Mum and me and that's ok" gives a bird's eye-view of the relationship between herself and her wondrous super-single mum. The result is the telling of a life of riotous fun and love that any two-parent family might envy! With its sweet, simple phraseology,... More info
This very special book on grief for young children up to 9 years is suitable for all children who are experiencing the loss of a love one or who are preparing for the loss of a somebody close to them. Coming from a place of permission and comfort, this book will help a young one through this sad and very difficult to understand time. Note from Belinda “I drew upon my own experiences when writing this book and used what would have made me feel better when I was... More info