This & That

Publisher details

Authors
Judy Horacek, Mem Fox
Publisher
Scholastic
Genre
Children’s Picture Book
Released
01 October, 2015
ISBN
9781743622537

This & That

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Synopsis

An utterly delightful bedtime tale.

'The third book by Mem Fox and me, a rollicking, colourful journey and adventure.  Lots to look at on every page, the two main characters travel from the cavernous caves to their home in the castle walls.  I’ve been describing it as Where is the Green Sheep? meets Where’s Wally?, if you can imagine that.  But luckily you don’t need to imagine it, I’ve drawn it for you.' - Judy Horacek
Judy Horacek
About the author

Judy Horacek

Judy Horacek is an Australian cartoonist, writer and illustrator. She has been drawing cartoons for about twelve years now and has worked for a multitude of community groups, unions, small magazines and good causes. Her work is often concerned with feminism, the environment and social justice issues. Six collections of her cartoons have been published: Life on the EdgeUnrequited LoveWoman with AltitudeLostin Space and If the fruit fits. Major retrospective exhibitions of her work have been held at the National Gallery of Victoria, the National Museum of Australia in Canberra. She has also had numerous solo and group exhibitions of her cartoons and her prints. Her latest books for Penguin include The Story of GrowlThese Are My HandsThese Are My Feet and, most recently, Yellow is My Favourite Colour

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Mem Fox
About the author

Mem Fox

Mem Fox has written more than 40 books for children, including the bestselling and much-loved picture books Possum Magic and Where is the Green Sheep? Other books by Mem include Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes, Hunwick’s Egg, Hello Baby!, A Giraffe in the Bath, Koala Lou, Baby Bedtime and Roly Poly. In 2019, The Tiny Star was released to great critical acclaim from the Australian Book Industry, and March 2021 saw the release of another new picture book, Early One Morning. Mem has been presented with an array of book awards, and was awarded an AM for services to the cultural life of Australia in 1993. Mem lives in Adelaide and is a retired Associate Professor of Literacy Studies from Flinders University, South Australia.

Books by Mem Fox

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