A delightful story that celebrates individuality and friendship.
There’s something very special about little Sally Snickers, for Sally never wears a hat, she’d rather wear her knickers!
For a long time Lynn Ward trod the dreary roads of office duties. Until one day she felt compelled to stretch out her imagination, bend her head and swan dive into the world of children’s literature. Sally Snickers’ Knickers is her first Walker title.
Anthea Stead is a graphic designer and illustrator who grew up in Sydney’s western suburbs. She graduated from Sydney College of the Arts with a BA in Visual Communications and from there designed magazines both in Sydney and the UK while freelancing on the side as an illustrator. Anthea lives on the south coast of NSW with her husband and daughter. Somebody’s House (2013) was her first book.
A sure-fire favourite.
Tots to Teens
another glorious way to celebrate the fun that picture books can bring!
From the first page hilarity ensues, with this conundrum of Sally’s personality trait.
Children's Book Council of Australia
This picture book, suitable for K–2, is a bright and cheerful story about the power of friends standing up for each other and opposing authority when they see it as being unfair.
Education (NSW DET Magazine)