Things a Map Won't Show You: Stories from Australia & Beyond

Things a Map Won't Show You: Stories from Australia & Beyond

Susan La Marca Pam Macintyre James Roy Obed Raggett Alison Lloyd Tanveer Ahmed Sofie Laguna Horiguchi Daigaku / Dec 16, 2019

Things a Map Won t Show You Stories from Australia Beyond An unforgettable collection of short fiction poetry and comic art from Australia and beyond

  • Title: Things a Map Won't Show You: Stories from Australia & Beyond
  • Author: Susan La Marca Pam Macintyre James Roy Obed Raggett Alison Lloyd Tanveer Ahmed Sofie Laguna Horiguchi Daigaku
  • ISBN: 9780143565314
  • Page: 187
  • Format: Paperback
  • An unforgettable collection of short fiction, poetry and comic art from Australia and beyond

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    202 Comments

    1. ‘Things A Map Won’t Show You’ is a collection of short stories from Australia and beyond. Edited by Pam McIntyre and Susan La Marca, the collection features new and established writers who were given “free range to choose genre, location or form”, in writing for Year 7-8 readers.I love, love, loved this book! Pam McIntyre and Susan La Marca have done a phenomenal job of gathering diverse voices across a range of genres and all appealing to young adult readers. Here is a collection that [...]


    2. There are a handful of decent stories, but the majority are quite poor. One of the good thing it does is demonstrate a variety of short literature to young students, but there are many better options to do so I think.



    3. An unforgettable collection of short fiction, poetry and comic art from Australia and beyond. Sometimes funny, sometimes dramatic, always compelling, this collection featuring both established writers and emerging talent will broaden your horizons and excite your imagination.Out of the yellow / James RoyCloud busting / Tara June WinchThe two little round stones / Obed RaggettMilford Sound / Peta FreestoneThe price of a sword / Alison LloydIce-cream headache / Tim SinclairThe exotic rissole / Tan [...]


    4. From poems to short stories, fantasy to families, Things A Map Won't Show You is an eclectic mix of old and new works from some of Australia's premier authors. Some old, some new, some funny, some blue - there is something for everyone. My favorite funny - Chris Wheat's Guide to Kissing for Recently Arrived Young People. Make sure that you seek out this collection of short writings for young people and read it!


    5. An interesting mix of short stories and poems mainly dealing with Australia, but as the title suggests, some being about "beyond". I read this book with an aim to teach it and there are some nice links across the texts and shared themes.




    6. I did not enjoy the book at all but I had to read it for a school project that I am running. Just not my type of thing but I think the year 8 students will enjoy it




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