The CBCA Shortlist 2024 with Paul Macdonald. June 2024 ~ ASLA Webinar Series.

  • 5 Jun 2024
  • 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Online


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Paul Macdonald (he/him) owned the award-winning The Children's Bookshop which was a Sydney literary institution since 1971.

He has a Master of Education, working almost 20 years as a teacher of Upper Primary and Secondary.

He has won numerous awards in teaching such as a Quality Teacher Award and The Premiers English Scholarship. Paul won the inaugural Maurice Saxby Award in 2012 for his contributions to raising the profile of teen fiction. Paul Macdonald also was the winner of the 2016 Lady Cutler award for services to children's literature and literacy in Australia.

Additionally to all that, Paul is also a consultant working with numerous schools focusing on building reading cultures; he is the co-author of the CBCA Notable picture book The Hole Idea; and has written other academic texts.

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