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'Series fiction, an often neglected literary format, offers its readers the reassurance of familiarity alongside the frisson of anticipation. For children, it unlocks a reading world of connection with characters and storytellers, a controllable and comforting reading environment, and a place to explore possibilities for personal change and growth. Sally Rippin's 'Billie B Brown' series (2010-2014) epitomises the pleasures offered through series fiction and fosters the path to independent reading. Its beginning readers discover the structures and narrative shape of fiction writing, and are exposed to the grammatical and literary devices of written English.'

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    y separately published work icon Metaphor no. 3 August 2015 10150337 2015 periodical issue 2015 pg. 30-35
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30-35 Series Fiction and Sally Rippin’s Billie B Brown Seriessmall AustLit logo Metaphor
  • Billie B Brown Sally Rippin , 2010 series - author children's fiction
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