Normal view MARC view ISBD view

I open the door... / by children from the Spinifex Writing Camp ; with Ann James, Gregg Breise & Judy Watson.

By: James, Ann.
Contributor(s): Watson, Judy | Breise, Gregg | Spinifex Writing Camp.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCopyright date: ©2017Publisher: Broadway, N.S.W. Indigenous Literacy Foundation, 2017Description: 47 pages : colour illustrations ; 24 x 29 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780994465450(hbk); 9780994465450(hbk).Subject(s): Children's stories | Children's stories | Imaginary places -- Fiction | Imagination -- Juvenile fiction | Environment - Fiction | Adventure fictionSummary: I Open the Door...contains nine interconnected stories, all of which begin and end with opening a door. The young author/illustrators at the 2016 Spinifex Writing Camp were encouraged to let their imaginations run wild, and the result is a book that will simply take your breath away. Prepare to be intrigued, surprised, fearful and delighted as you turn the pages to follow the adventures of what happens when a door is opened. The Indigenous Literacy Foundation's motto of 'Reading Opens Doors' became the inspiration for the stories that were written at the 2016 Spinifex Writing Camp held once again at Tjuntjuntjara, this year with mentors Ann James, Gregg Dreise and Judy Watson.
List(s) this item appears in: Aboriginal Australia - Picture books June 2019
Item type Current location Collection Call number Status Date due Barcode Item reserves
Junior Keilor Library
Picture Book J Available IA1521180
Junior Sunshine Library (DIY)
Picture Book J Available IA1521198
Total reserves: 0

I Open the Door...contains nine interconnected stories, all of which begin and end with opening a door. The young author/illustrators at the 2016 Spinifex Writing Camp were encouraged to let their imaginations run wild, and the result is a book that will simply take your breath away. Prepare to be intrigued, surprised, fearful and delighted as you turn the pages to follow the adventures of what happens when a door is opened. The Indigenous Literacy Foundation's motto of 'Reading Opens Doors' became the inspiration for the stories that were written at the 2016 Spinifex Writing Camp held once again at Tjuntjuntjara, this year with mentors Ann James, Gregg Dreise and Judy Watson.

Powered by Koha