Sir Edward ‘Weary’ Dunlop
- Hazel’s other historical books include ‘Antarctic Close Up’ about the Mawson expedition.
- How To Write History for Kids, in Non Boring Ways
- Writing about Weary for 8-13 year_olds.
- From Hippos to Histories: Blog Interview about the ‘Weary’ research process
- The Looking Glass: Writing Non Boring Junior History & Heroes activity.
A bronze statue of Sir Edward ‘Weary’ Dunlop stands in Melbourne’s St Kilda Rd, King’s Domain Gardens.
On the steps leading to the sculpture are names of other doctors and medical staff who also cared for POWs.
The second sculpture is in the Benalla Gardens.
- abc_radio_krista_bell_reviewing_weary.doc ‘written in child-friendly mode’.
- Weary’ write up a ripping read – Herald Sun Weekender, March 26, 2011
- Buzz Words Review ‘This series allows young children to access information.’
- Kids Book Reviews Anzac Day recommended reading
- Aussie Reviews.com ‘A well rounded summary of a remarkable man.’
- KidsBookReview ‘This is the essence of educational adventuring and it’s addictive’ Jo Burnell
- The Book Chook: “Boys in particular will enjoy reading about Dunlop’s sporting prowess.’
- New Frontier Publisher Blog Relative Heroes and sharing an author’s poignant moment.
- Read Plus: child friendly
- My Little Bookcase recommended junior history book list
- NSW Assoc for Gifted & Talented reminds readers that heroes were once children. A very readable account