By Morgan, SallyBy Kwaymullina, AmbelinBy Kwaymullina, BlazeBy Kwaymullina, EzekielIllustrated by Ottley, Matt
Charlie has 'borrowed' three dollars from his mum to buy an icy pole, and Charlie's dad has brought home a dingo pup. So Mum isn't happy with either Dad or Charlie! To get back in her good books Charlie has to quickly find a way to recoup the three dollars and work out how to kee...p the pup. It's not hard to believe that trouble follows, but the ever-resourceful Charlie soon finds a plan.Read more
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Sally Morgan is an Indigenous writer and artist who was born in Perth in 1951. She belongs to the Palkyu people of the eastern Pilbara in Western Australia. Sally is best known for her award winning book, My Place, which charts the history of her family. Sally is now specialising in writing and illustrating books for children and young people. Her personal interests are reading, taking her dogs for a walk and gardening. Ambelin Kwaymullina is an Aboriginal writer and illustrator from the Palyku people. The homeland of her people is located in the dry, vivid beauty of the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Ambelin has written and illustrated a number of award winning picture books as well as writing young adult novels. When not writing or illustrating, Ambelin teaches law and spends time with her family and her dogs. Ezekiel Kwaymullina is an Indigenous writer who was born in Perth in 1983. He belongs to the Palkyu people of the eastern Pilbara in Western Australia. Ezekiel works full time on his writing and published his first novel for young people, The Not so Goblin Boy, in 2011. Ezekiel loves writing for younger readers and has a particular interest in writing picture books. His personal interests are reading science fiction and fantasy books and practicing martial arts. Matt Ottley was born in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, where he spent the first eleven and a half years of his life. His mother was a landscape artist, and as a child he and his brothers regularly travelled with her on painting excursions into the bush and around the villages of the Western Highlands. After almost failing high school in Sydney, he lived the itinerate life of a stockman for some years on cattle stations in Queensland, before returning to Sydney to study fine arts and music. He then lived in the UK for three years, working as an equestrian artist. He is now one of Australia's most popular children's author/illustrators, and has been published in several different languages around the world. He also works as a composer and as a flamenco guitarist. Over his career Matt has contributed artworks to many books, including 14 children's picture books, and produced many paintings intended for private home or art gallery walls. He divides his time between painting, writing and composing music as well conducting workshops. He is also involved in wildlife rescue. Matt lives in Perth, Western Australia and is a frequently in residence at the Fremantle Children's Literature Centre. Matt is colour-blind.
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