We're All in This Together

We're All in This Together

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School friends - Kiana, Amin, Roshan, Casey, Ming and Tyler all have one thing in common - they can't go to school. The world changed very quickly and now they have to stay home to keep themselves and their families and friends safe. They discover that even apart, they can find new and fun ways to be together.

At a time when the world looks a little different, this encouraging story promises young readers an opportunity to reflect on their own experience of this unique moment in history while promoting resilience and unity.


Skye Hughes was born in Adelaide but spent much of her childhood travelling around Australia in a caravan with her three younger siblings and parents. She is a high school teacher, youth program facilitator and big fan of Nutella donuts. Skye currently lives in Melbourne and when she isn't writing children's books, looking after her house plants or teaching young people, you will find her travelling the globe and connecting with people from all walks of life. It is these connections that inspire her to keep growing, learning and creating beautiful memories.


Alice Coates was born in the Netherlands and spent her childhood hopping around South America, China, Singapore and Canada with her parents and younger sister. Alice is an illustrator but also keeps busy as a landscape architect, gardener, and masters student - researching how we can make a future with less waste. Alice lives in the graffitied inner city of Melbourne and is often seen tearing up the streets on her rollerblades.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 216 x 216 x 2mm | 104g
  • English
  • 1925452263
  • 9781925452266
  • 693,472

Review quote

"What a truly important book that will resonate children, parents and teachers alike.

This will be an essential tool to support children's wellbeing as we move from

distance learning to the classroom. A must read for all!"- Gemma Wooden, teacher from Footscray City Primary School.

If you know young people who are experiencing the impact of COVID-19, this beautiful book

will help them understand community when we need each other most.- Melanie Burns - Victorian Paramedic
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