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Dry to Dry - Hardback

Dry to Dry - Hardback

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This Nature Storybook follow-up to the award-winning Desert Lake is a stunningly illustrated and extraordinary story of the yearly weather cycle and attendant changing wildlife of Kakadu National Park, from the Dry to the Wet to the Dry again.

In the tropical wetlands and escarpments of Kakadu National Park, the seasons move from dry to wet to dry again. Those seasons have shaped the astonishing variety of plants, animals, birds, insects ... migratory birds by the thousands, grasshoppers and owls, lizards and turtles, fruit bats and spear grass. And, gliding past them all in the rivers and waterholes, the long, sinuous shapes of crocodiles ...

Book Features:

  • Beautifully written narrative that explores the unique story of one of Australia's most amazing landscapes.
  • Features lyrical narrative and well-researched facts by award-winning author Pamela Freeman.
  • Stunning original mixed media illustrations by Liz Anelli.


About the Author

Pamela Freeman is an award-winning author. She has published several books with Walker, including Victor’s Challenge (2009 Aurealis Award winner) and most recently Desert Lake: Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre, which was a CBCA Notable Book and shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards.

About the Illustrator

Illustrator Liz Anelli previously lived and worked in England but now resides in Newcastle, NSW. She has a huge passion for drawing and keeps rows of sketchbooks in her studio. In 2017, her book Desert Lake: The Story of Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre (written by Pamela Freeman) was a CBCA Notable Book and was short-listed for the NSW Premier’s Literary Award, NSW Premier’s History Awards, the Environment Award for Children’s Literature and the Educational Publishing Awards. She will also publish Dry to Dry with Walker in 2020 (written by Pamela Freeman) and The Biscuit Maker (written by Sue Lawson).