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I can finally reveal one of the book projects I’ve recently worked on! Hooray! In April, Scholastic is releasing a junior fiction book by Kate Darling called Larrikin Lane. Part of their ‘Mates: Great Australian Yarns’ series, Larrikin Lane tells the story of a suburban family who own some mischievous farm animals. It is a great
Scholastic approached me with a fun little chapter book called Larrikin Lane. Written by Kate Darling, this humorous story is about getting along with your neighbors in an Australian suburb. As this book was aimed at 6-8 year olds, the illustrations are lively and full of gags. Published April 2013.
In 2011-2012, illustrators Melanie Matthews, Erin Hunting and myself worked on a drawing challenge together called ‘Bear and Buffalo’. The illustrations from those years can be found here. With the 2013 relaunch of our new site and rebrand, we aim to create new illustrations based on a single theme each week. Sometimes we will pick the
Today I spent a lovely day visiting Sydney Grammar’s Preparatory School and it was all about the pirates! Louie the Pirate Chef was out in force, and the students loved to hear about what foods Louie was cooking up. Thank you to the teachers who helped organize the visit- it was a lot of fun! If you
Mocava Mobile is a mobile Apps development studio, based in Germany. I have been fortunate enough to work with their studio on several iPad projects. They wanted a series of bright and simple illustrations that would appeal to young children demographic.
Molly misses Grandma a lot. She misses her smell, she miss making scones with her, and she misses Grandma’s hugs. One day she finds Grandma’s hat, and goes out into the bush land wearing it. There, she comes upon the Wattle Tree…and it reminds her of Grandma! She begins to visit the tree more often,
The famous Australian song is turned into a children’s picture book. A koala and sugar glider are returning from their trip around the world, and they are greeted by all the animal friends. Returning to the bush has never been so much fun! ‘Ben Wood’s delightful watercolour images are full of life, making it very