By Hathorn, LibbyIllustrated by Chapman, Gaye
Little Georgie is the youngest, and this sometimes means Max and Harriet forget about her. But Georgie is unfazed. She's armed with a BIG imagination, and soon secures the attention of her neglectful siblings. Libby Hathorn, one of Australia's literary treasures, and award-winnin...g artist Gaye Chapman have created a stunningly evocative story that celebrates the honesty and attraction of imaginative play.Read more
Libby Hathorn is an award winning poet and author of more than fifty books for children and young people, as well as books for adults. Translated into several languages and adapted for stage and screen, her work has won honours in Australia, United States, Great Britain and Holland. Libby is a keen educator, has lectured part-time at Sydney University; is a guest at conferences and writers' festivals such as the Ubud Writers' Festival, 2012; and is devoted to poetry and to 'spreading the word' about poetry. For more information, free writing tips and teaching resources, go to www.libbyhathorn.com. Gaye Chapman is a visual artist of international standing and is one of the most significant painters and narrative illustrators working in Australia today with 15 globally published picture books to her name. She holds a PhD in Contemporary Art and her comprehensive body of work critically acclaimed. Gaye has been awarded many prestigious literary and fine art prizes, including the QLD Premier's Literary Award, White Ravens selection, numerous CBCA awards, the Archibald Prize Salon des Refuse, multiple-finalist the Sulman Prize; and numerous shortlisted prizes including the QLD Premier's Literary Award, Aurealis Award and CBCA Chrichton Award.
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