This collection of interviews brings together seven Australian children's authors whose work has often featured Asian settings, or focused on Asian or Asian-Australian characters. The authors in question—Kirsty Murray, Sally Rippin, Steve Tolbert, Allan Baillie, Gabrielle Wang, Rosanne Hawke, and Christopher Cheng—were each asked several questions about their work, particularly with regard to setting. Some authors were also asked about the relationships between their own experiences of travel or migration and their writing
Desperately Seeking Asia through China : Reading 'China' in the Australian Curriculum: History through Children's Literature Deborah Henderson , Kerry Mallan , Cherie Allan , 2013 criticism
Developing Intercultural Understanding through Asian-Australian Children's Literature Kerry Mallan , Deborah Henderson , Amy Cross , Cherie Allan, 2014 single work criticism
How Children's Literature Shapes Attitudes to Asia Kerry Mallan , Amy Cross ,Cherie Allan , 2013 single work criticism
Towards Asia Literacy : The Australian Curriculum and Asian-Australian Children's Literature Deborah Henderson , Cherie Allan , Kerry Mallan , 2013- single work criticism
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