Celebrate Papua New Guinea's 45th Independence with books authored by Papua New Guinean Women.

With Papua New Guinea’s 45th Independence Day fast approaching on September 16, here are three titles that Hibiscus Three Founder / Owner, Rashmii Bell, has been involved in producing that we recommend.

My Walk to Equality (2017)

  • Editor/Author Rashmii Bell

  • An anthology of writing by 45 Papua New Guinean encompassing social issues in contemporary PNG

  • Essay, short story and poetry

  • Suitable for Young Adult+ readers

• Purchase EBOOK here https://www.amazon.com.au/My-Walk-Equality-Rashmii-Bell-ebook/dp/B01N20DX82

• Follow on Instagram: @mywalktoequality

Roses At Eora Creek (2020)

  • Author Rashmii Bell with illustrations by Bojana Simic

  • Written in poetry prose, Roses At Eora Creek is based on Rashmii Bell’s first experience of trekking the Kokoda Trail, and calls for urgent reform of the wartime trek tourism industry of the Trail to practice sustainable development.

  • Suitable for Young Readers & Young Adults (primary and secondary school age)

  • Purchase HARDCOVER book here https://www.kokodatreks.com/treks/merchandise/roses-at-eora-creek-by-rashmii-bell/

  • Follow on Instagram: @kokodatrail_bookproject

Listen (2020)

  • Author Thyatira Kaupa

  • Published by Hibiscus Three

  • A collection of insightful poems that capture social issues in contemporary Papua New Guinea, as seen through the eyes of a young Papua New Guinean woman.

  • Release date: 12 September 2020

  • Pre Order EBOOK here https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08HGHC1KD?ref_=pe_3052080_276849420

  • Follow on Instagram: @hibiscus.three


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