Samples of Our Work
We’ve helped a number of authors and illustrators achieve their vision. Here are just a few.
Funky Chicken: A Bushy Tale of Crocs and Chooks – Hatched and self-published by Australian children’s author Chris Collin and illustrator Megan Kitchin, this title has sold over 10,000 copies. The sequel, Funky Chicken: Chooks in Space has also landed!
Me and My Family Tree – With genuine warmth and humour, Jackie Moss paints a picture of curiosity, wonder and acceptance for family – in all its colourful shapes and forms!
Miss Mimi and the Fairy Ballet Class – The first in a series of delightful children’s books by Maree Hemming, illustrated by Jackie Moss, this book creatively and colourfully explores the magic world of the Bippity Boppity Dance Class.
Once a Wommie Wombat – the first beautifully illustrated Poss & Wom book, which also helps to raise awareness of the Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat.
I Think I’m a Poof – With tongue firmly in cheek, writer and columnist Samuel Leighton-Dore’s new adult/children’s book addresses a challenging reality often faced by our youth.
Funky Chicken: Chooks in Space – The chook is back … in his second exciting adventure! Climb aboard for a funky space voyage of epic proportions! Funky Chicken: Chooks in Space is Chris Collin’s 3rd book and second in the Funky Chicken series.
A Bug Called Doug: The second book by author Chris Collin and illustrator Megan Kitchin, who have teamed up again to bring you this delightfully Australian romp of a story that teaches us all a gentle lesson about preconceived ideas.
Janagatha – The Australian Dog – Kent 1806 Janet Skinner presents her latest book. The year is 1806. This beautifully illustrated book follows the tale of Annabelle, an orphaned artist, living in The Medway Towns, South East of England.
Janagatha and The Family Tree Australia 1870 – 1966 By Janet Skinner – For art lovers of all ages, this beautifully illustrated book follows the tale of Janagatha, a mischievous young student, who is reluctantly studying her family tree for homework. Janagatha has three pet hates in life: her teacher Mrs Mainprize; writing lines; – and top of the list, homework.
Carbs by numbers – 15g or less per serve – The first book in a series of nutrient-specific recipe option books by Sandra Dunbar & Meg Pell. There are 50 plus recipes in this book and all are 15 grams (g) of carbohydrates (carbs) or less, per serve. They are designed to offer low carb recipe options for the whole family – vegetarian and meat eaters alike.
Carbs By Numbers – Low Carb Recipe Options For Christmas 15g or Less Per Serve – Christmas is the second in a series of nutrient-specific recipe option books from Sandra Dunbar & Meg Pell. If you want to keep your carbs in check and avoid the post-Christmas crash diet these recipes are also gluten free and diabetic friendly with some that are vegetarian, vegan, egg-free and/or nut free plus all are 15g carbs or less per serve.
Bring Out Their Best – By Mel Leow & Natalie Ashdown. Coaching in the workplace is fast being adopted by leaders in the region as a preferred method of supporting, encouraging, assisting, managing and bringing out the best in people. This book, demonstrates that inspiring a Coaching Culture in your workplace can bring about this alignment.
Scratching the Surface – Short Stories from Kangaroo Island. This volume from the writer’s group of Kangaroo Island is presented as an antidote to all the nice things they have written before. Mostly these are stories of dark or mysterious happenings, which may or may not be true.
Digging Deeper – Short Stories from Kangaroo Island. Continuing the dark and mysterious themes of Dudley Writers Group, Digging Deeper explores the peculiarities, perplexities, aspirations, discoveries and despair inherent in all our lives.
My Two Houses – By Karina Hudson. My Two Houses tells the story of a child who lives with the challenges of being in a blended family and is helped by prayer, scripture and the knowledge that wherever you are, God is near and can be your friend.
Caught in the Middle – By Karina Hudson. Caught in the Middle is the story of a child whose relationship with God through the Bible and prayer, help with the difficulties faced and feelings experienced as a result of having divorced parents.