'Muesli dressed as coco pops’ — the black ops strategy to engage kids in reading

by Susannah McFarlane

ACCESS, Vol. 29, Issue 4, 2015, pp. 4-13.

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Susannah McFarlane is a successful children’s book author who, after many years working as a publisher, now spends her time writing and creating stories that kids love to read. She is the creator and writer of the award-winning EJ12 Girl Hero and EJ Spy School series (Scholastic Australia), the co-creator and co-author of the hugely popular series for boys, Boy vs Beast (Scholastic Australia), the author of the Little Mates series of alphabet books for under-fives (Scholastic Australia), and the series editor for Stuff Happens (Penguin Books), a great new series for boys about the everyday challenges
they face.

Susannah McFarlane's website
Girl Hero series
Stuff Happens series
Reading Battle Over
Boy vs Beast series

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