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A class set of THE UNIDENTIFIED won at VATE

This week saw the jubilee conference for the Victorian Association for the Teaching of English. Text went along to gain invaluable face-to-face time with teachers, and also ran a competition to give away a class set of The Unidentified by Rae Mariz. This fantastic dystopian novel is set in a world where corporations control education, and features a great cast of characters dealing with consumerism, peer pressure and friendship. You can find more about the book, a great read for 13-year-olds and up, by downloading the teaching resource here.

Congratulations to Jill Ito, who has won a class set of The Unidentified (valued at $600) for her school, Canterbury Girls' Secondary College. We hope your students love it, Jill!

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