From the bestselling and award-winning team behind Roadworks, Demolition and Construction. Ambulance, Ambulance! is now in paperback!
Bleep, bleep. Emergency! News just through: Crash, crash, there’s been a crash. Let’s go, crew! Nee nar nee nar. An exciting collaboration about ambulances from Sally Sutton and Brian Lovelock, bestselling and award-winning creators of Roadworks, Demolition and Construction.
Sally Sutton is the award-winning and bestselling author of Roadworks, Demolition and Construction. In 2009, Roadworks won the Picture Book category of the New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards, and in 2015 Construction was a finalist. Sally lives in Auckland, New Zealand, with her husband and two daughters. She has a keen interest in European languages and has an M.A. (Hons) in German. She also enjoys writing plays for the stage. Her latest picture books with Walker are When We Go Camping (illustrated by Cat Chapman) and Ambulance, Ambulance! (illustrated by Brian Lovelock).
Brian Lovelock is a scientist working in the power industry in New Zealand. He has painted all his life. His previous titles with Walker Books Australia include Your Mother Didn’t Do That! and Roadworks, Demolition and Construction. In 2009, Roadworks won the Picture Book category of the New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards. In 2013, Brian was long-listed for the CILIP Kate Greenaway Award for his work on Demolition. In 2014, Flight of the Honey Bee (written by Raymond Huber) won the LIANZA Russell Clark Illustration Award, was a Storylines Notable Book and was a finalist for the LIANZA Elsie Locke Non-Fiction Award and the New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards. In 2015, Construction was a finalist at the New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards. Brian has teamed up with Raymond Huber again for their latest picture book with Walker, Gecko.
Designed to be read aloud, the clever use of rhyme, onomatopoeia and word repetition make this text aurally appealing. There is plenty of action on each page keeping the young reader engaged as Brian Sutton’s colourful and vibrant illustrations capture the energy and urgency of the situation without creating fear or panic. Double page spreads of saturated colour make this a visually exciting text while the use of large, bold print and clear font allow for easy reading.Ambulance, Ambulance! honours the crucial, lifesaving work of ambulance paramedics with a fast paced and exciting story. It is highly recommended for pre-school and early readers.