Gwynneth Jones drew all through her maths book at school, so left to study art at TAFE and then majored in Plant and Wildlife Illustration at the University of Newcastle. Since then, Gwynneth has been imagining, drawing, exhibiting and holding market stalls. Gwynneth is also studying to be an art therapist.
Susanne Merritt is a writer, editor, mother of three and passionate advocate for children's literacy. She loves tea and chocolate, dislikes Brussels sprouts, and loves to read anywhere, anytime. She is the author of Don't Think About Purple Elephants (shortlisted for the Speech Pathology Australia 2016 Book of the Year Award) and The Great Sock Secret .
Sometimes Sophie worries - not during the day when she is busy with family and friends, but at night when everything is ... MoreDon't Think About Purple Elephants
Sarah's mother is tired of finding odd socks in the laundry basket. Where do all the missing socks go? Sarah's mother ... MoreThe Great Sock Secret
Patch the pony is lonely. He spends time with everyone on the farm; from Ernie and Edith the friendly mice, to Beryl a... MorePatch and Ruby
Zane is different to other kids. He has his own made-up language. He likes to line things up. And he is frightened of ... MoreThe Chalk Rainbow
Every two seconds, someone in the world suffers a stroke. In Finding Granny , that someone is Edie's beloved grandmot... MoreFinding Granny: We never really lose the people we love ...