Entries by Multicultural Me

My Looks and Me (Book verse)

I talk about my looks and why my Dad called me ‘Miss Apples’ when I was a little girl living in Africa. Key words: skin, hair, face Theme: just being myself Friendly tip: Always look at the good things in other people, rather than focus on what’s on the outside. (Sorry everyone, but I had […]

Meet our illustrator: Jason from Kaboom Toons

Hello everyone, meet my friend Jason from Kaboom Toons. He’s the superstar illustrator who drew the awesome pictures in the book Multicultural Me. In this episode he tell us his story,  how he came up with our funny book characters and what he does in his spare time. Jason used to work for Walt Disney Animation Australia and now teaches kids how […]

Meet our PALS from the book

Hello friends, meet our PALS – Pip, Amina, Lee and Sammy from the book. I’ll also tell you about the people who inspired me to create them. (Quick correction: Amina wears a hijab in the book, and her mother wears a birqa).

Why did I write the book Multicultural Me?

Hello friends, find out how a school assembly talk on Harmony Day inspired me to write the book Multicultural Me. Harmony Day (21 March) celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity. It’s about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone. Read more about it at www.harmony.gov.au.