Good Reading : June 2015
GOOD READING JUNE 2015 7 MY SAY for all kinds weather. It was hilarious. As adults we love to paint, knit and build things, as we did when we were kids. The elaborate jumpers you now make can be sold online, and the type of blocks you build with as an adult probably now need a crane to pick them up. But the complexity of creating these things when we’re older is, well, more complex! Contemporary colouring-in books for adults, on the other hand, allow you to create sophisticated works of art that you could hang on the wall instead of the fridge. I can’t imagine our world leaders sitting down to colour in at night. But I do wonder if the world might be a better place if they did. sold online, and the type of blocks you build with as an adult probably up. But the complexity of creating older is, well, more complex! Contemporary colouring-in world leaders sitting down to colour JULIAN LEATHERDALE co-wrote the history documentary Return to Sandakan. Palace of Tears is his debut novel. See page 30 MATT DAY is an actor who has been on our screens since the days of A Country Practice. He is currently starring in a stage adaptation of North by Northwest. See page 14 CARRIE TIFFANY is an English-born writer who once worked as a park ranger in Central Australia. She is also the author of the award-winning Mateship with Birds. See page 51 Get Social And Baxter superdog, who now has a very woolly winter coat.