PageTurners started over 20 years ago when three English language teachers at Prace needed resources for their adult learners. Frustrated with the lack of books written for adults learning to read, they decided they would have to make their own. Anne Dunn and Chris Malakar wrote the stories and Moira Hanrahan illustrated them. The stories were crafted to appeal to adults, depicting situations people are likely to encounter in everyday life. These homemade books were a great success and the team realised they had a potential hit on their hands when most of these books moved off the shelf and didn’t come back. PageTurners was born when Prace decided to publish and distribute the books. Prace has published over 90 PageTurners books and you can find them in libraries in Australia, America, Canada, and New Zealand.