News & Events

News & Events

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8th June 2010
Betty returned to Cooroy Drapery and Patchwork shop on 8th June for a book signing. What a great reception!
5th June, 2010
At last! The launch was on Saturday 5th June at the Narangba Library, with about 75 people celebrating with Betty.
Friday 4th June 2010
Betty read 'Mrs Echidna's Dilemma' at the Narangba Library on 4th June. What fun we had!
On Friday 14th May, Betty visited the Child Care Centre where it all began - and took the book 'Mrs Echidna's Dilemma' with her!
Betty is available for book readings at your local library, school or child care centre. Contact her on this website for more details.
Thursday 29th April
Betty was the guest at Caboolture Sewing Machines and Patchwork Store, showing the quilts and sharing how they were created.
Thursday, 25 March 2010
Wow! What a night! About 60 ladies attended the presentation. Check out the photo of the event... and their comments.

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Thank you Betty.  All the Prep children and teachers loved your visit and your story.  Thank you for the love and passion you have!
Margot
Prep YLC
What a dilemma Mrs. Echidna did have and I congratulate most sincerely in the way you have portrayed this through your craft and journalistic skills...I am a "crafty" person with many patchwork quilts under my belt...and gave your book... to our grand children in US.
Dianne Chapman
"Cedarvale" Q
I would like to thank Betty for presenting at our Book Week Family Night. The school community enjoyed hearing about the process an author goes through to produce and have a book published. Students are still asking for and enjoying Mrs Echidna's Dilemma.
Donna,
Teacher-Librarian.
We love 'Mrs Echidna's Dilemma'.  Your art is amazing!  We had a very good time and we hope you did too.  Thankyou for the puppets and for coming.
Amy and Takoda
Year 3 Students
Betty has presented literacy workshops to Under-Graduate and Graduate students in Early and Primary Years at the University of the Sunshine Coast...  She is a very talented and passionate educator, and I recommend her highly to school principals, parent's groups, and anyone interested in furthering the power of language, literacy and literature in classrooms.
Carol Smith
Lecturer, USC