A panel from Dave Dye's
graphic history book The Anzac Legend which is
particularly suitable for secondary students.
See below for more
- Anzac Day (goodreads.com)
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For a list of Anzac books search results:
- go to goodreads.com
- in the search box, type: anzac day
This site lists a
number of children's books with an Anzac theme, including fiction (see the site for a
very brief description of each book):
My Grandad Marches on Anzac Day, by Catriona
Hoy (picture book)
Anzac Cottage: The House That Was Built in a Day, by Valerie Everett
In Flanders Fields, by Norman Jorgensen
Memorial, by Gary Crew
Caesar the Anzac Dog, by Patricia Stroud
The Donkey of Gallipoli: A True Story of Courage in World War I, by Mark
Greenwood (true story)
Harry and the Anzac Poppy, by John Lockyer
(learning from reading soldier's letters)
Scarecrow Army: The ANZACS at Gallipoli, by Leon Davidson
(history for young adults)
A Rose for the ANZAC Boys, by Jackie French
(novel for young adults)
Book List: Stories for Anzac Day (mylittlebookcase.com.au)
A list of children's books that have an Anzac Day theme, each with
bibliographical details and a very brief synopsis.
Anzac Day Picture Books (ohpeacefulday.blogspot.com.au)
Short reviews on a number of books that are of use in explaining the Anzac
tradition to children.
Top 20 Picture Books on Anzac Day (childrensbooksdaily.com)
Books are not reviewed but are linked to purchase pages which
15 Top Anzac Day Books for Children (newywithkids.com.au)
Very brief summaries of each book are provided.
Bibliography for teaching Gallipoli (archived
Anzac Day Books (Queensland Government Library Services)
(Archived version .)
101 Indispensable Works on
the Great War (worldwar1.com)
Classified list, with brief comment on each book.
Books about Anzacs for Upper Primary and Lower High School Years (valuingheritage.com.au)
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List of several books, with comments on each.
Our New Anzac Books (littlemeninmylibrary.wordpress.com)
A blogger's comments on a number of Anzac-related
books suitable for young people.