Mysteries , especially e-series, encourage new readers to read on screen. Activities linked to these series are available for download.
Librarians and Teachers: Hazel's e-books have been designed as useful literacy resources for students, so you can purchase one set for use in the classroom or library and share them. The e-books can be opened and read on laptops, PC's, IPads and other devices. You can also download the additional teacher resources (such as the 'Design Your Own Mystery" worksheet) to support literacy programs and encourage reading and comprehension.
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Events & Appearances 2017
1st Fri each month PROV 10-1pm Mentoring & Finishing Book-Length Non Fiction.
August 4th 10-1pm PRO
August 8th Canberra: Chapman Primary School family 'Literacy' evening
August 12th Brunswick Foundling Archives Master Class 10-1pm
August 14th Ashburton Library 1.30-4.30 Writing a Non Boring Family History or Memoir'
August 18th Doncaster Library 11-12 Writing a Non Boring Family History or Memoir'
August 21st 11.30 Hume Grammar school visit
August 23rd (Weds) 11am Date with Reading Dog Ollie, Diamond Valley library, Greenborough.
August 24th 2pm Beverly Hills Primary , Doncaster
August 18-25 Chn Book Week 'Escape to Everywhere'
August 31st 1.30-3pm Chelsea Library 'Writing A Non Boring Family History'
September 1st 10-1pm PRO
September 16th 10-1pm Yarra Glen L&L Centre 'Writing a Non Boring Family History or Memoir'
September 19th YABBA
October 6th 10-1pm PRO
October 20 th (Fri) 1-4pm Colac Library ' Writing a Non Boring Family History'
November 3rd 10-1pm PRO
December 1st 10-1pm PRO
March 24th Goulburn Readers/Writers' Festival