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#LoveOzYA: Historical

#LoveOzYA – Historical

This fortnight’s #LoveOzYA theme is Historical.

 

#LoveOzYABloggers is hosted by #LoveOzYA, a community led organisation dedicated to promoting Australian young adult literature. Keep up to date with all new Aussie YA releases with their monthly newsletter, or find out what’s happening with News and Events, or submit your own!

Three Historical Australian YA Books

Bridie’s Fire – Kirsty Murray – Children of the Wind #1 – Allen Unwin – Published 1 May 2003

Bridie, an orphaned Irish teenager escapes the potato famine that claimed the lives of her parents and baby brother. Independent and stubborn, Bridie makes a new life for herself in the rough-and-tumble world of Australia during the nineteenth-century gold rush.

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#LoveOzYA: Coastal

#LoveOzYA – Coastal

This fortnight’s #LoveOzYA theme is Coastal.

 

#LoveOzYABloggers is hosted by #LoveOzYA, a community led organisation dedicated to promoting Australian young adult literature. Keep up to date with all new Aussie YA releases with their monthly newsletter, or find out what’s happening with News and Events, or submit your own!

Three Coastal Australian YA Books

Indigo Blue – Jessica Watson – Lothian Children’s Books – Published 11 January 2018

Alex feels like a fish out of water in her new hometown – the sleepy little lakeside village of Boreen Point where she is reluctantly sent to live with her slightly eccentric aunt for her final year of high school. As a distraction from what is quickly shaping up to be a very lonely year, Alex spends her savings on a rundown little yacht and throws herself into restoring it.

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