by eirenehogan

This site is a portal to other sites I have for myself and my family.


  • Family Sites
    • Reading the Game BLOG:
      Tim Hogan’s blog with reviews and news on new publications on Australia Football.
    • Reading the Game:
      Tim Hogan’s site about his football writings and readings

      • Welcome to Reading the Game a website devoted to books, writing and art about Australian Rules Football, the game of football which originated in Australia in the mid nineteenth century. On this site you will find a guide to the ever growing body of writing and art about Australian Rules Football. If you are looking for a book, article, novel or poem with a football theme, website, or work of art depicting Australian football, you may find it here.
    • Melbourne 1956 Olympics: archived site from the SLV.  Written by Tim Hogan & Sue Jay.
      • Welcome to the State Library of Victoria’s 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games. This exhibition site explores the history of Australia’s first experience hosting an Olympic Games, in 1956, and the impact it had on Australia as a nation.
    • Mr Shan: Shannon’s Mr Men & Little Misses
      • Shannon’s site about The Mr Men and Little Miss series of books by Roger and Adam Hargreaves
    • Nabiki’s Web Portal– My nephew’s webpage.
      • “I am a Anime Nut as i have over 130 VHS, around 100 DVD’s and around 800 gig’s of it on my computer as well as that i am also into startrek.”



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