Don’t be sheepish: Booth’s new picture book is fun

Sheep on the loo, sheep making sandwiches, sheep reading books and filling up the house … writer/illustrator Christina Booth’s new book Too Many Sheep is tickling children with its absurdity and making them laugh. In this Q&A Booth talks about sheep, studying the anatomy of Tasmanian Devils so she could draw them right, receiving the Wilderness Society’s Environmental Award

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Parker’s bug story and jelly bean tree pics are treats for young readers

Two children’s picture books out this year showcase writer/illustrator Aura Parker’s keen creativity and offer readers some delightful treats. In this Q&A Parker talks about the playful process of pairing words and pictures, the joys of reading aloud with children, and her excitement that children will soon be able to explore her miniature bug world. Your

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