Book Week 2017

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Home in the Rain

Written and illustrated by Bob Graham

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Biography

Bob Graham was born in Sydney, Australia. He loved drawing and was greatly influenced by comics such as The Phantom and Mandrake.

He studied drawing and painting, went to the UK after graduation, returned to Sydney, and there began his career as an illustrator and designer. Between 1983 and 1995 he lived in Melbourne working as an illustrator for a publishing house, The Five Mile Press. He now lives in the UK and works on a monthly comic-strip for a French magazine, Les Belles Histoires as well as continuing to produce picture books.

In 1982 he illustrated the music and lyrics booklet for Australian Broadcasting Commission's Sing primary school music radio broadcast. A scene from Greetings from Sandy Beach was used as one in a series of Australia Post stamps celebrating the 50th anniversary of the annual Children's Book Council of Australia awards.

WorldCat reports from participating libraries that his most widely held work is How to Heal a Broken Wing, a 36-page picture book about a city boy who rescues an injured bird; published in 2008 by both Walker and its US division Candlewick Press. WorldCat libraries hold editions in Scottish Gaelic, French, Spanish, Catalan, and Chinese.

Mechanica

Written and illustrated by Lance Balchin
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Book trailer
Mechanica by Lance Balchin
A tour through MECHANICA by Lance Balchin

My Brother

Written and illustrated by Dee Huxley
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Out

Written and illustrated by Oliver Swan

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'Out' written by Angela May George and Illustrated by Owen Swan

The Patchwork Bike

Written by

Maxine Beneba Clarke and Illustrated by Van T Rudd

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Read Along With... | Maxine Beneba Clarke, author of THE PATCHWORK BIKE
Mobilize Me
The Power of Bicycles

One Photo

Written by Ross Watkins and illustrated by Liz Anelli
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One Photo book trailer (a picture book by Ross Watkins & Liz Anelli)

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