Children and Teen Fiction

You will find here a gallery of my books including teacher resources where available.

To purchase my books you will find a list of stockists here.

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Leaving Barrumbi
Leaving Barrumbi

An inspirational tale of the two boys’ friendship as they continue their journeys into adulthood.

The Barrumbi Kids
The Barrumbi Kids

A funny unforgettable novel that brilliantly captures the paradoxes of life in the rural Australia with honesty and humour.

The Spirit of Barrumbi
The Spirit of Barrumbi

With warmth and humour Spirit of Barrumbi summons up a powerful spirituality and sensitively explores relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous cultures.

Brigid Lucy needs a friend
Brigid Lucy needs a friend

The imp in Biddy's hair thinks she should be Biddy's best friend, but Biddy longs for a human best-friend. This problem is the start of a whole string of consequences that get more and disastrous as the day wears on. And then...

Brigid Lucy and the Princess Tower
Brigid Lucy and the Princess Tower

Brigid Lucy sees a real life Princess Castle out the train window and Princess Rapunzel is trapped inside! Can Brigid Lucy and her invisible imp save the Princess? Brigid Lucy wants needs a best friend - Hardy Grant

Bridget Lucy wants a pet
Bridget Lucy wants a pet

When Brigid’s pet slug dies, her Dad promises to buy her a proper pet. But dad is allergic to nearly all animals and things just get worse when Biddy’s invisible imp tries to help.

Bush Holiday
Bush Holiday

Bush holiday is a story about learning to 'look after' country. For forty thousand years Indigenous Australians have come together in special places like Goose Billabong to ‘look after’ the land.

You and Me: Our Place
You and Me: Our Place

On the edge of a north Australian city where the river and mangroves meet the sea, two young boys join Uncle Tobias for a long, languid day of fishing and hunting.

Look See, Look at Me
Look See, Look at Me

Look see, look at me. I'm so much bigger now I'm three. I can run, I can jump, I can skip, I can bump... From the acclaimed author and illustrator team comes a delightful celebration of outback family life in an Aboriginal community. With its exuberant rhyming text and wonderful illustrations, Look See, Look at Me perfectly captures a child's everyday life and will be wonderful for sharing with your toddler over and over again.