The Dream of the Thylacine

The Dream of the Thylacine

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By (author) Margaret Wild, By (author) Ron Brooks

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  • Publisher: Allen & Unwin Children's Books
  • Format: Hardback | 32 pages
  • Dimensions: 220mm x 274mm x 12mm | 380g
  • Publication date: 1 June 2013
  • Publication City/Country: Sydney
  • ISBN 10: 1742373836
  • ISBN 13: 9781742373836
  • Sales rank: 42,968

Product description

The Dream of the Thylacine is a lament for a lost species, and a celebration of the Australian landscape. It interposes arresting text and images of the last known thylacine in a concrete cage with sweeping colour paintings of the animal in its natural environment. Intense, poetic and beautiful, this book will haunt you. Margaret Wild and Ron Brooks have created three other exceptional picture books together: Old Pig, Rosie and Tortoise, and Fox.

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MARGARET WILD is one of Australia's most highly respected and popular children's authors. She was born in South Africa and emigrated to Australia in 1972. Margaret has worked as a journalist and an editor of children's books, and is now writing full-time. Since her first book in 1984, Margaret has published over 40 books and has won numerous awards. RON BROOKS is a picture book artist with a career spanning over 35 years. His previous books include The Bunyip of Berkeleys Creek, Aranea, John Brown, Rose and the Midnight Cat and Motor Bill and The Lovely Caroline by Jenny Wagner; the Honey and Bear books by Ursula Dubosarsky; the Henry books by Margaret Perversi; Old Pig and Fox by Margaret Wild. He lives in Tasmania.

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"What a privilege to pay tribute to this highly original and unique book . . . a book for anyone of any age who has eyes to see, ears to hear and a heart to break." --"Magpies"