By Brian Moses
Illustrated by Bee Willey

Paired with Bee Willey's stunning illustrations this is a picture book that will inspire young children to seek a more environmentally friendly world.

In this evocative text talented poet Brian Moses captures the imagination of young children and shares with them his passion for a world where animals are free from fear of being hunted, the rainforest flourishes, oceans and streams are clean and the world is unpolluted and at peace.

  • Written by a top performance poet in lyrical, atmospheric language that will capture children's imaginations.
  • A book to inspire young children to think about big issues such as conservation, poverty and fairness in our world. Will encourage discussion and activities, at home and at school.
  • Beautifully illustrated with Bee Willey's unique style of acrylics and collage.

About the author

Brian Moses is one of Britain's favourite children's poets and he is featured on the National Poetry Archive. He has written more than 200 books and has sold over 1 million of his poetry books and anthologies. He has now performed his poetry and percussion show in over two thousand schools across UK and Europe. Brian lives in Burwash, East Sussex. Bee Willey was born in Australia, spent her childhood in France and now lives in Ipswich, Suffolk.

About the illustrator

Her books for children include Edward Lear's Nonsense Rhymes, The Wooden Dragon and How to Be a Princess. She was shortlisted for the prestigious Kate Greenaway Award for her stunning illustrations for Bob Robber and Dancing Jane by Andrew Matthews. Bee draws, paints and uses mixed-media and collage in her multi-layered paintings.

ISBN: 9781910959596
Imprint: Otter-Barry Books
Distributor: Walker Australia-HEDS
Binding: Hardback
Release Date: September 1, 2016
Dimensions: 240 x 275mm, 32pp
Stock Status: Out of Print
Australian RRP: $27.99
New Zealand RRP: $29.99
Stock Level: Out Of Stock

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