The gloriously creative indulgence of simply sitting and day dreaming has given rise to the greatest creations in human history. We have to give ourselves permission to do ao, and to IMAGINE what will be. Of course, sometimes, 'what will be' may be very silly indeed!
Slow Down Sarah
Sarah’s speedy antics on her motorbike bring havoc and chaos everywhere that she goes, resulting in the resounding cry of “Slow Down, Sarah!” But one day, her Dad is in trouble… can Sarah’s speed save the day?
Where is the True Ewe
The little green sheep has finally grown up and now she has a family of her own In a bid to remind us to be fully present as parents, Where is the True Ewe is our collective memoir.
Lily Fabourama Glamourama
Lily Fabourama Glamourama is a tale of misadventure. Lily is so excited about going to have afternoon tea with her treasured grandmother. She simply needs to dress and go! It when she begins the search for one missing shoe that everything unravels, one task at a time! A gorgeous insight into life on a farm as well as the interaction between three generations of women.
Child Writes Book
How long have you held the dream of creating a children’s picture book? Whether you intend to give the gift of words and images in book form to your loved ones, write the next Children’s bestseller, or help others to bring their ideas to life… Child Writes is the book for you!
Four Hot Chips
The day starts as any other day starts. With the utterance of a few words, Jo-Ann and David Capp’s world was then shattered when their six-year-old son was diagnosed with cancer. His sister was only eight. As Reid’s health deteriorated, so did the health of Jo and David’s marriage. Would there be a point of no return? With brutal honesty,
Jo-Ann takes stock of her role within the relationships she has with those around her, and makes changes, one at a time.
‘Blue’ was written to be a conversation starter to discuss feelings and possibly describe mental health issues. It was really important to have an action for parents, especially when they are really wanting to ‘do’ something when their little ones are struggling. The note in the envelope shares the a thought Emma shares with her own children.