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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 An Opportunity for Children to Engage in Creativity, to Learn to Read and Write
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'You could walk right past the Sydney Story Factory in Redfern if you didn’t know it was there. It looks like a cafe, or a bar, or even a library, with its coolly constructed wooden wall seating that looks like inverted whale skeletons, its bookshelves, and the round tables and chairs sprinkled about. It is, however, a literacy and literary centre for disadvantaged kids, as Miriam Cosic reports.' (Publication abstract)

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28-31 An Opportunity for Children to Engage in Creativity, to Learn to Read and Writesmall AustLit logo Sydney PEN Magazine
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