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Keith Jack­son

Pub­lisher and ed­i­tor at PNG At­ti­tude blog Can you nom­i­nate your best fic­tion and non-fic­tion ti­tles this year?

Black Huntress: Seven Spears By Philip Fitz­patrick

God, My Coun­try and Me By Iso Yawi

Anne-So­phie Her­mann Founder and chair of Buk Bi­long Pikinini What have you en­joyed read­ing this year? I have been en­joy­ing The Hid­den

Life of Trees – it is quite amaz­ing how na­ture works! What’s the best chil­dren’s book that you have read this year? Here I have to be a bit bi­ased. Buk bi­long Pikinini has pub­lished a book called I Am Noah – This

Is My Story. It is a story about a young boy grow­ing up deaf in PNG but thanks to the sup­port from fam­ily and friends man­ages to get an ed­u­ca­tion de­spite his daily chal­lenges. It is a pos­i­tive story aimed at get­ting the is­sue of dis­abil­ity and in­clu­sion dis­cussed in PNG class­rooms.

Robert Upe Ed­i­tor at Par­adise magazine What’s your all-time favourite book about PNG?

Kira Salak’s 2004 Four Cor­ners: A Jour­ney Into the Heart of Pa­pua

New Guinea is a rip­ping ad­ven­ture story that chron­i­cles her three­month solo jour­ney in PNG. Salak is cred­ited as the first woman to tra­verse the coun­try.

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