From a rosy-cheeked preschooler to a glaring nationalist, this survey of recent children's pictures books features characters for readers of all ages. Emerging and established Australian picture-book makers demonstrate the range of talented storytelling available in this genre.
'From Seagulls to the Somme': Margaret Robson Kett reviews six new picture books
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Margaret Robson Kett is a Melbourne writer and editor and recently founded Kettlestitch Press.
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