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The Essentials Education series of text and workbooks are published by the Adelaide Tuition Centre.  Many have cartoon illustrations, to help underline study points and  remind students that learning is fun. These are from the first full colour edition of the Modern History Workbook.

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Cartoon illustrations from The People’s Policy for Children’s Well-being. The result of a process created and run by democracy co, in South Australia.

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“The People’s Policy for Children’s Well-being is a world first for democracy, with everyday community members coming together in a ‘People’s Panel’ to hear evidence, deliberate and develop robust public policy on ‘what needs to happen to avoid the need for children to be removed from their families'”.

 

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Independence Educational Publishers UK  produce Issues, a series of cross-curricular resource books for 14 -18 year olds. Each book (there are currently 70 in print) has a number of cartoon illustrations by three (Australian!) cartoonists – Don Hatcher, Angelo Madrid and me. These are a few of my cartoons from the latest books covering health, eating disorders, housing, child abuse and money issues.

 

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Can you get all of world history in one statue?! Does leave out the good bits though…

Speak Out coverSpeak Out (No 6 – April 2017)is a collection of poems, stories and more from the Sand Writers group, Goolwa, South Australia. Guest author is Katherine Brabon, 2016 Vogel Prize winner for her novel The Memory Artist. Her short story in this issue is Seoul Calling.

The cover image is Couta Boats, acrylic painting by Cathy Portas.

Here are some of my illustrations for the issue.

 

 

 

 

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Keith Eisner – St Petersburg

 

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Jo Andrews – Children and Yarns

 

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Katherine Brabon – Seoul Calling

 

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Peter Strawhan – Odd Sunday

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Illustrations from the Quality of Life Report, the work of community leaders of the Aboriginal human services sector in South Australia, presented to the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Citizens’ Jury 2, late last month.

To quote from the report:  ‘The government wants us to have a conversation about nuclear. As Aboriginal community leaders and NGO service providers we say “No” to this proposal… We want the government to understand that we want a different conversation; one that focuses on unfinished business, including our experience of Maralinga; on the sickness that it created in our people and in the land; and the pain and loss that it caused. Our people need to have a future’.

The citizens’ jury was run by DemocracyCo, and more information about citizens’ juries and other research alternatives can be found at new Democracy.

 

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Pages from the children’s book Our Home. See the book’s Facebook page here. Contact author Sue Coad for copies – $20 inc P&P in Australia  (email: suecoad@adam.com.au)

 

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Wonderful stories and wonderful people! A few of the cartoons inspired by stories at Weaving Stories together – the Sydney International Storytelling Conference , last weekend, 27-29th May.

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There are three cartoonists involved in illustrating a number of articles in each UK published Issues series resource book for high school students – all Australians: Don Hatcher, Angelo Madrid and me. Above are three examples of mine from the latest set of books.

Independence Educational Publishers, Cambridge UK, produce 6 new resource books in their Issues series, three times a year. Aimed at 14- to 18-year-olds, each book gathers a wide range of information on an important social issue. Titles in the latest set,released this month, are Global Tourism, Gender Equality, Sustainability, Social Class, Discussing Crime and Our Changing Population.