Power of stories

Australia, 1985

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Using outstanding picture books as a springboard for discussion, this Australian film examines the importance of literature in children’s educational, artistic and intellectual growth. Children, parents, teachers, librarians and childcare personnel discuss their opinions. Noni Hazlehurst is featured reading from “John Brown, Rose and the Midnight Cat”.

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