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Ginger Taylor

Participating in my 1st MS Read-a-Thon

Throughout August I am taking a magical quest filled with adventure and mystery…and it’s all for one incredible cause. I am reading as many books as I can in August to raise funds for kids who have a parent living with multiple sclerosis. Money raised through the MS Readathon will help fund vital support services, like special Family Camps. These camps provide an opportunity for kids who have a parent affected by MS to learn more about MS, bond with other kids and have fun with their family. Thank you for supporting my MS Readathon adventure!

I've read 100 books

King Pig

by Nick Bland

Big Greg to the Rescue

by Ben Smith

Happy Birthday Hugless Douglas

by David Melling

In My Heart

by Jo Witek

Can I Cuddle the Moon?

by Kerry Brown; Lisa Stewart

Baabra Lamb

by Geraldine McCaughrean

Don't Worry Hugless Douglas

by David Melling

Silly Galah

by Janeen Brian

Celeste the Giraffe Loves to Laugh

by Celeste Barber

Rodney Loses It

by Michael Gerard Bauer

I Can See the Leaves

by Beth Becker

Sarah, the Bear and the Kangaroo

by Margaret Mahy

When the Moon Smiled

by Petr Horacek

Maccas Makeover

by Matt Cosgrove

Quick Quack Quentin

by Kes Gray; Jim Field

I Love You Just The Way You Are

by Rosie Greening

The Cat Wants Custard

by P. Crumble; Lucinda Gifford

The Cow Tripped Over The Moon

by Tony Wilson; Laura Wood

Gorgo Meets Her Match

by Hugh Price

Brian the Smelly Bear Smells Something Smelly

by Mark Chambers

Little Ducks count to Ten

by Heather Hammonds

Love From the Crayons

by Drew Daywalt; Oliver Jeffers

Rainbow Bear

by Stephen Michael King


by Max Amato

We're Going on a Bear Hunt

by Michael Rosen; Helen Oxenbury

Pig the Elf

by Aaron Blabey

Mickey Maloneys Mail

by Jill Eggleton

The Odd Egg

by Emily Gravett

Ten Easter Eggs

by Vijaya Bodach

Do Not Open This Book

by Andy Lee

The Ugly Duckling

by Annette Smith

Thump, Thump, Thumpety Wump!

by Pat Edwards

The Hole

by Kerry Brown; Lucia Masciullo

Pig the Star

by Aaron Blabey

Mad Magpie

by Gregg Dreise

Thank You, Mr Panda

by Steve Antony

The Best Place in the World

by Petr Horacek

Cranky Crocodile

by Rebecca Johnson

The Wombat who wanted to Fly

by Moira Cochrane

Who Sank the Boat?

by Pamela Allen


by Joy Cowley

Little Robin Red Vest

by Jan Fearnley

Alpha Monsters

by Chris Kennett

Jack's Little Party

by Bob Graham

Tiddler The Story Telling Fish

by Julia Donaldson; Axel Scheffler


by Jez Alborough

Could a Penguin Ride a Bike ?

by Aleksei Bitskoff; Camilla de la Bedoyere

Why Cats Wash After Dinner

by Folk Tale retold by June Walker

We Know How to Multiply

by Jane Buxton

Old Friends New Friends

by Andrew Daddo / Jonathan Bentley

All the Colours of Busytown

by Richard Scarry

Hiding Heidi

by Fiona Woodcock

Blue and Bertie

by Kristyna Litten

The Things I Love About Friends

by Trace Moroney

The Things I Love About Family

by Trace Moroney

Ten Friendly Fish

by Debbie Tarbett

Ten Chirpy Chicks

by Debbie Tarbett

Ten Wriggly Wiggly Caterpillars

by Debbie Tarbett

Thelma the Unicorn

by Aaron Blabey

The Squirrels who Squabbled

by Rachel Bright; Jim Field

Little Witch

by Juliette MacIver

Dinosaur Roar

by Paul and Henrietta Stickland

Butt Out

by Heath McKenzie

The Nuts Keep Rolling

by Eric Litwin


by Axel Scheffler

Rainbow Fish and the Big Blue Whale

by Marcus Pfister

Pig the Grub

by Aaron Blabey

Can you Tickle a Tigers Tummy?

by Sue Nicholson

All About Bluey

by Ludo Studio

No One Likes a Fart

by Zoe Foster Blake

101 Bums

by Sam Harper; Chris Jevons

First Day

by Andrew Daddo; Jonathan Bentley

Mr McGee and the Perfect Nest

by Pamela Allen

PoPo's Knickers

by Chloe Frost

What the Ladybird Heard Next

by Julia Donaldson; Lydia Monks

Mystery Monsters

by David Drew

Little Devils

by Rebecca Johnson

We Know How to Multiply

by Jane Buxton

This and That

by Mem Fox; Judy Horacek

Why Cats Wash After Dinner

by June Walker

On the Way Home

by Jill Murphy

The Smartest Giant in Town

by Julia Donaldson; Axel Scheffler

Seriously Do Not Open This Book

by Andy Lee

What do they do with all the Poo from all the Animals at the Zoo

by Anh Do

Pig in a Wig

by Chrissie Krebs

Yoo-Hoo, Lady Bird

by Mem Fox

The long, long ride

by Pam Holden

Piranhas Don't Eat Bananas

by Aaron Blabey

Ten Minutes to Bed Little Unicorn

by Rhiannon Fielding; Chris Chatterton

Jimmy the Gymnast

by Sally Cole

Annie the Apple Pie Fairy

by Tim Bugbird; Lara Ede

One Woolly Wombat

by Kerry Argent

Welcome to Cuckooville

by Susan Chandler; Delphine Durand

There was an Old Lady who Swallowed a Fossil

by P. Crumble; Louis Shea

The Wombat who wanted to Fly

by Moira Cochrane

We're going on an Egg Hunt

by Bloomsbury

Digger Dog

by William Bee

I'm a Dirty Dinosaur

by Janeen Brian; Ann James

Clever Clownfish

by Rebecca Johnson

Fit for a Prince

by Jeri Kroll

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Thank you to my Sponsors


Angie Tan

Well done Ginger ♡


Jen - Burow Rd

Great effort Ginger. Thanks for the prompt via your letter in my mail box.


Judith (neighbour)



You are destined to achieve great things Ginger. Love Daddy xxo


Claire & Everyone At Msq

Go Ginger! Everyone at MSQ is so thankful for your awesome support :)


Grandma & Grandpa

We are very proud of you Ginger, you are a very special little girl. Keep reading and enjoying.


Alison Liddell

Hi Ginger Thank you so much for your letter - this is a great cause that you are contributing to. You should feel very proud of your efforts and the difference this will make in people's lives who are affected by MS.


Kim Alexander

Thank you for your letter. Your doing a great job with your reading.


Kathy Seidler

Hi Ginger I was very impressed with your letter you dropped in my mail box at 35 Louise St. Keep up the good work with your reading!


Alice Mansfield

You are a very special person to do this Thank you 🙏


Karen Cleal

Thank you for your letter Ginger. Keep up the great work.


Noela Huthchison


Susan Ott

Good luck Ginger, it looks like you are doing very well fundraising.


Tygum Road

Can't wait to receive the update in the letterbox.


Tygum Neighbour

Can't wait to read the update on how you went! Tygum neighbour


Emma, Luke, Charlotte, Isaac

We loved receiving you're letter! Such a good cause, you're doing a great job. You're friendly neighbours.


Amorita Wessling

We are all super proud of you Ginger😍. Keep up the awesome reading 📖 xx


Fisher Family!

Keep going Girl...


Masters Family

Thank you for your lovely letter Ginger! We are more than happy to help you reach your goal. Happy reading!


Michelle Pressick

Keep up the good work!! Go Ginger. :)



Ginger what an amazing girl you are keep up the good work with your reading,you certainly have my support


Ginger Taylor


Bec & River

Best wishes Ginger :)


Brian Jessop



Nanny & Poppy

Keep reading Ging, you are doing a fantastic job!!! Proud of you little girl!






Sue (neighbour)


Luke & Christine Bennie



Paula Henry

Hi Ginger, thanks for your letter! Reading is the best exercise for the brain and the spirit. We are so happy to donate to your worthy cause - keep reading always!


Kathy Treloar

Well done Ginger. Keep up the good work. Kathy & Sean


Jim Randall


Kayleen Harper

Good on you Ginger. I’ve seen you going by my house. All the best with your readathon. I love to read too. Have fun.


Shane O

Keep up the good work Ginger 🙂


Deb Cahill

Happy reading from 29 Louise St!


Sue Coe

Enjoy and have fun reading G! X


Terese Tobin

Well done Ginger for taking on such a big challenge for such a great cause! I'm looking forward to hearing how many books you read and which one if your favourite!



Have fun reading GG - you are doing a great job!!

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