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About Kellie Moore: Reviewer Early Childhood Fiction

KellieKellie Moore is an Early Childhood Educator with more than 17 years  at the chalk-face.  She was born in Devonport, Tasmania, before moving to Adelaide with her family at the age of 8.  It is with pride that she still refers to herself as being a Tasmanian at heart.

Kellie developed a passion for reading at a young age and this has since blossomed into what can only be referred to as a ‘full blown-addiction’ to the printed word.   In a professional capacity, she enjoys sharing her love of language and literacy with the children she teaches whilst inspiring families to engage with reading joyfully as a daily habit.  Kellie believes that learning should be fun, play-based and that educators (and adults?) should touch base with their inner child and ‘daily lick a fence and hug a tree’.

When not working she enjoys time out with a glass of wine and a great meal with friends and family.  She lives with her pet rabbit who is usually well behaved but does have a tendency to chew on things that he should not.

Truly each new book is as a ship that bears us away from the fixity of our limitations into the movement and splendour of life’s infinite ocean. – Helen Keller



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