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Jessica Walton

  • 5 stars across 2 books
    Jessica Walton lives with her wife, son and cats in Melbourne, Australia. She was inspired to write Introducing Teddy after her father transitioned into the woman she had always been on the inside, and Jess wanted to find a way to tell that story to her young son. A former secondary teacher, Jess is passionate about literature, board games, the ukulele, and funky prosthetic legs (her current one features green dragon scales). This is her first book.
    www.facebook.com/introducingteddy

    Dougal MacPherson once drew a truck on a rainy Sunday afternoon to entertain his young son. Since then, he has illustrated for tech websites and conferences, and now a children's book. Dougal lives with his wife, son, daughter and a cat called Monster, in Australia. He documents the antics of his family through fifteen-minute drawings in a popular Instagram account.
    @15mindrawings
    2nd June 2016

    Introducing Teddy

    Errol and his teddy, Thomas, are best friends who do everything together. Whether it's riding a bike, playing in the tre... More

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    Blue Moon: From the Journals of Mama Mae and LeeLee

    From the interactive story telling app "The Journals of Mama Mae and LeeLee", Blue Moon is an inspirational and ... More

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