For writer Jack Ellis, it's kids who often see the world as it really is

Sally Pryor
March 5 2022 - 5:30am
Author Jack Ellis knows that kids see the world differently. Picture: Supplied
Author Jack Ellis knows that kids see the world differently. Picture: Supplied
  • Home and Other Hiding Places by Jack Ellis. Ultimo Press. Paperback, 320pp. $32.99.

When it comes to children in literature, it's common, and comforting, to think of kids as being resilient. Immune to the pain of the adult world, able to bounce back from family chaos.

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Sally Pryor

Sally Pryor

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As features editor at The Canberra Times, I love telling people things they didn't know - or even things they've always known - about the city we live in.

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