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It’s easy to feel passionate about picture books. The engaging harmony between text and illustrations can take not only children, but also adults, to amazing and wonderful worlds. Writing and illustrating my first picture book, The Green Goggles, was a dream come true. I hope to write many, many more stories for children. Bedtime… Continue reading Picture Books
This year is going to be a new ball game for me as I’m starting a Bachelor in Creative and Critical Writing. I have numerous projects underway, but only one has my primary focus. Nothing happens quickly in the pubishing world so this page might be lacking for a while. Wish me luck!
Helping and supporting writers to hone their craft, develop their stories, and acheive their dreams is something I feel lucky to do. I believe a writer should never stop learning, which is why I still attend industry conventions, workshops and talks. Based on my experience as a writer, manuscript assessor and editor, I develop workshops… Continue reading Presenter Info
I have probably read your book to my son about 50+ times and he cannot get enough of it, it has become quite the routine now. I just wanted to say thank you so much for signing the book. I hope for it to stay in our family for a very long time and will be giving it to him when he is older so maybe one day he could read it to his own children 🙂
This picture book is awesome! As a teacher, it has so many teaching points. In the early years, it lends itself to the teaching of the letter “g”, rhyming words and many other text features. “The Green Goggles” inspires students to investigate the outdoors and to use their imaginations. In the middle years, higher levels of thinking and comprehension can be explored. I highly recommend this picture book as a favourite that will be read time and again at both home and school.