Gaetan Doremus’ Empty Fridge has been announced as an award winner at this week’s annual Bologna Children’s Book Fair.
“Slices of quiche, slices of life,” we read, as the quiche fad spreads from the building across the whole city. “It’s such a pleasant and refreshing thing to do,” this sharing of food, that “people find themselves asking: ‘Why don’t we do this every day?’ ” – Wall Street Journal, Book Review: Droughts and Squalls
Watch an interactive reading of ‘Empty Fridge’ by Emma Baker, Family Program Officer at the State Library Victoria, as part of Gusto! Family Day in Social Inclusion Week.
“I always take the opportunity to chat to my neighbour’s about their plots and it’s our common thread. I think edible gardening could be a common thread for many people.” (Mat Pembler from The Little Veggie Patch Co).
The Rotary Club have teamed up with Social Inclusion Week to support Empty Fridge reaching schools all over Australia.
Great little review of our latest picture book, Gaetan Doremus’ Empty Fridge, on the Babyology website.
Empty Fridge by Gaetan Doremus has been chosen as the Focus Book for this year’s Social Inclusion Week (24 November to 2 December 2012).
This Saturday (11 August) is National Bookshop Day, a day to celebrate bookshops’ important place in our communities. To celebrate, we’re focusing this week on some of the bookshops which are local to Wilkins Farago’s own community in Melbourne’s inner south. Today: Readings St Kilda.
New book alert! Our latest kids picture book, Empty Fridge by Gaetan Doremus, is released today and we’re delighted to announce it has been selected by Readings Books Music Film as their Kids Book of the Month for August.
We’re delighted to announce that the Reading for Social Peace Project is now up and running.