BOOKS ABOUT ANZACs FOR UPPER PRIMARY AND LOWER HIGH SCHOOL YEARS
Anzacs at Gallipoli: Creating a Legend By Jane Pearson
An overview of how the ANZACS lived, fought and died in the trenches and how the ANZAC legend is remembered
Gallipoli and the Middle East By A.K. Macdougall
This book contains condensed and concise chapters with sub-headings to guide the reader.
Not Only a Hero – An Illustrated Life of Simpson,
The Man with the Donkey By Tom Curran
The book is an intimate look at the life of Jack Simpson Kirkpatrick, from his early years through to his soldier
Soldier Boy – The True Story of Jim Martin, The Youngest ANZAC
By Anthony Hill
This is the true story of a schoolboy’s journey to Gallipoli and of his family which said goodbye to him.
The Anzacs at Gallipoli – Scarecrow Army By Leon Davidson
The story of Gallipoli is relived through diary extracts and factual information.
The Gallipoli Story By Patrick Carlyon
This book is about Gallipoli and features informative fact boxes throughout.
Simpson and his Donkey By Mark Greenwood and Frane Lessac
A poignant account of the story of John Simpson Kirkpatrick and how he and his donkey, Duffy, rescued over 300 men
during the campaign at Gallipoli.
Carlyon, P. (2003 ). The Gallipoli Story. Camberwell, Victoria: Penguin Group.
Curran, T. (2001). Not Only A Hero, An Illustrated Life of Simpson, The
Man with the Donkey. Apsley, Queensland: ANZAC Day Commemoration Committee.
Davidson, L. (2005). The Anzacs at Gallipoli, Scarecrow Army. Fitzroy,
Victoria: Blackdog Books.
Hill, A. (2001). The True Story of Jim Martin, The Youngest ANZAC.
Camberwell, Victoria: Penguin Group.
Macdougall, A.K. (2004). Gallipoli and the Middle East. Port Melbourne,
Victoria: Harcourt Education.
Pearson, J. (2006). Anzacs at Gallipoli: Creating a Legend. N.S.W.: Echidna Books.