By Kwaymullina, BlazeIllustrated by Morgan, Sally
This is a sweet, strikingly illustrated story of a lost star finding his way home - with a little help from his friends. Do not go near the edge of Night Sky, warns Moon, or you will fall off. Does Little Star listen? Of course not! He falls down, down, down, SPLASH - right into ...a creek. When he asks Python to help him get home, Python flicks him out of the water, THUD - right into a cave. How will he get out? Each of the animals Little Star meets moves him a bit further along his way...until they all help him find his way back home. This is a heartwarming and visually stunning read-aloud for bedtime or any time. It is full of the magic of the night sky and the power of kindness. There are exquisitely stylized decorative art filling every spread. It features adorable animals that young readers will be drawn to - even the snake!Read more
Blaze Jake Kwaymullina is a children's writer and also works in the sphere of oral history; he enjoys helping people to get their stories told. He is a lecturer at the School of Indigenous Studies at the University of Western Australia, and in his spare time he likes reading, rock-climbing, yoga and taking his two dogs, Chris and Billy, swimming at the local dog beach. Blaze lives in Perth, Western Australia. Sally Morgan is both a visual artist and a writer; she has written books for both children and adults. Her autobiography, My Place, is an Australian classic. Her work as an artist has won international acclaim and is represented in galleries in Australia, the US and elsewhere. Sally is a descendant of the Palyku people of northwest Western Australia. She has three children (Blaze Kwaymullina is one of them) and lives in Perth.
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