ONE climbed up the tree and Two came down. A Bush Birthday explores early language concepts and features baby Australian animals.
Bush Birthday will be published in January 2018.
There are a TEN out of bed in the middle of night. A Bush Bedtime explores early counting concepts and features baby Australian animals.
Bush Bedtime will be published in January 2018.
What's That Noise? was written by Sally Rippin and illustrated by me in 2008.
What's That Noise? is one of a four book series and was so much fun to work on.
There are 38,000 copies of this book in circulation and I'm constantly meeting people who say they have a copy.
This was my first picture book and was published by Lothian Books in 1999. I wrote Baby Bear goes to the Zoo for my then, 2 year old daughter about her favourite teddy.
With this book, I won the Crichton Award for Illustration in 2000. It was translated into 5 languages and went on to sell over 200,000 copies.
Published in 2008 by Little Hare, this book was written by Maisie Munro and illustrated by me.
Each double page spread has a flap which reveals an extension to the illustration and a hidden surprise of course.
The sequel to What Makes my Mum Happy was also written by Tania Cox and published by Allen & Unwin in 2012.
In 2013, what Makes my Dad Happy was reissued as My Dad and Me.
This was the second book of the Baby Bear series and was published in 2000.
Baby Bear was the second of Baby Bear's adventures.
The series was translated into 5 languages.
This is the second book in the Hugo series and was first published by Allen & Unwin in 2005. In 2007 it was reprinted in paperback.
The series was translated into 4 languages.
This is the sequel to What's the Time Missie Mouse? and was written by Maisie Munro and published by Little Hare in 2009.
The book introduces the concept of days of the week to the very young and features flaps which allow readers to guess what the activities might be. The cover has a spinning wheel revealing the different days.
The fourth book in the Baby Bear series, Baby Bear goes to the Farm was published in 2002 by Lothian Books.
The Baby Bear series was translated into 5 languages.
This book was written by Tania Cox and illustrated by me. It was published by Allen & Unwin in 2012.
The illustrations depict a variety of mothers and their children.
This is the first book in the Hugo series and was originally published in 2005 by Allen & Unwin in Hardcover. It was reprinted in Paperback in 2008.
All of the Hugo books have maps as endpapers. The map in this book is of the town where Hugo lives, Hometown.
In 2015, after the Hugo books went out of print, I self published Hugo the Flying Firefighter with the help of a crowd funding campaign.
In Baby Bear's third adventure, published in 2001 by Lothian Books, he goes on a camping trip.
This book was shortlisted for the NSW Premier's Literary Awards and was also a CBCA Notable Book in 2002.
Cock-a-Doodle-Doo, written by Cecily Matthews, was published by Little Hare in 2008.
It's a story about a little rooster overcoming big challenges.
This was the fifth of Baby Bear's adventures and was published by Lothian Books in 2003.
In this adventure, Baby Bear's kite gets caught in a gust of wind and he gets lifted way up into the air where he meets all types of butterflies and other flying insects.
Hugo's third adventure was published by Allen & Unwin in 2007.
This time, Hugo is travelling on his trusty motorcycle, Rocket when the ground starts to shake. He must save his friends who are about to walk into disaster.
This book too, has maps as endpapers, showing Hometown and the area where Hugo and Rocket travel.