Flooby Nooby: The Cinematography of “The Incredibles” Part 1

This is PURE GOLD.

If you are interested in the art of animation, film and composition, this post is worth a read!

Flooby Nooby: The Cinematography of “The Incredibles” Part 1.

Why read?

Wanted: Inky Awards judges

Pictured (L-R): 2013 Inky Awards judges, Harison, Sarah, and Chris.

Do you know any #YALit fans aged 12–20 with a love of words, a distinguishing eye and aspirations for literary criticism? We are in search of keen teenaged readers to become the 2014 Inky Awards judges. A panel of six judges will be selected to read the twenty longlisted Inky Awards titles and whittle them down to a shortlist of ten. Applications close Monday 14 April. MORE INFO HERE.


Three of last year’s judges (L-R) Harison, Sarah and Chris are pictured here at the 2013 Inky Awards.

I don’t often post as ‘me’, but I highly recommend applying for this position. You get to keep the books, and the Inky Awards and the judges are held in high regard. Go for it!

Mrs F

The 2014 Inkys Longlist

Drumroll, please!

Gold Inky

The Inkys are a highlight on the YA reader’s calendar, and the longlist announcement is always hotly anticipated.

There are two Inky awards up for grabs: The Gold Inky, which is awarded to an Australian book and author, and the Silver Inky, which is awarded to an international book and author.

You can see the complete list on the Inside a Dog Website.

Australia’s Favourite Library – Vote now!

The Mentone Grammar Libraries have been nominated for the ALIA Australia’s Favourite Library. If you would like to vote for our libraries, please go to THIS PAGE.


No two people read the same book!

Made as an ad by Duncan Macleod for the New Zealand Book Council, I find this to be a really powerful way to drive home the point that no two people read the same book!

No two people read the same book


An Epic Chart….

LOVE this post from Epic Reads, linking 162 YA retellings of various well-known fairytales, myths, Shakespeare and Classics.



A crash course by John Green


You’re The Voice

This exciting opportunity comes to you from the good folk at Inside a Dog -

Want to be a part of Inside a Dog? Applications for You’re The Voice contributors are now open!

So, what is You’re the Voice?

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You’re the Voice is your opportunity to have your say about the world of books. To write about what you read, what you love, and what you want. It’s a weekly blog post published right here on the Inside a Dog website, which is all about books for teens.

So far there’s been Voices from Queensland through to Tasmania, and they’ve blogged about everything from bandwagons to fictional role-models to the decline of the bookshop.

‘I’ve had a wonderful experience blogging for You’re the Voice. Thank you so much for all the support. I have had quite a blast’ - Rehan

‘I’ve truly enjoyed writing for you guys here on Inside a Dog, and you’ve all been so brilliantly supportive and friendly to me this past month :) Thank you!’ – Leah

More information from the website.

If he can ….. you can!



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