Natalie Moutafis

10 children’s books on the ABCs: Anatomy, Boundaries and Consent

Literacy isn't the only type of ABC for young children to learn - now, more than ever, understanding Anatomy, Boundaries and Consent is increasingly important for children to have the tools and language on these topics.


You’re in my body bubble Mum: A book review

In her efforts to empower and educate her children on personal body safety, Natalie Moutafis reviews the picture book My Body! What I say Goes! aimed at younger children and their grown-ups.


Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus: A book review

Natalie Moutafis found a fun - and noisy - way to introduce philosophical concepts to young children with Mo Willems' award-winning book.


Young Dark Emu: A book review

Bruce Pascoe has collected a swathe of literary awards for Dark Emu and now he has brought together the research and compelling first-person accounts in a book for younger readers, writes Natalie Moutafis.


Old Man Emu: A book review

The Australian song that launched John Williamson's career celebrates its 50th anniversary with a children's book adaptation, writes Natalie Moutafis.


My Tiny Humans: A letter of thanks to our neighbours

More time at home has seen the Tiny Human household develop a stronger bond with their neighbours. Natalie Moutafis shares her letter of thanks.


Parenting podcasts you should hear

Are you a parent or carer facing your next parenting challenge? If you haven't yet discovered parenting podcasts, we've created this list as a great starting point. These podcasts are loaded with practical tips and often a much-needed laugh, or cry!


You’ve Got This: Tips for pursuing creative careers

We speak to author Bec Brown about her new book to help young people pursue careers in the creative industries. She gives parents and carers some tips and ideas to encourage their creative kids, in this Q&A with Natalie Moutafis.


My Tiny Humans: the Lockdown Diaries 2.0 – playgrounds

They might still be under stage 4 lockdown but an easing of restrictions saw playgrounds reopen and the Tiny Humans rediscover their love for them, writes Natalie Moutafis.