https://www.collinsbooks.com.au/book/The-Extraordinary-Emu/9781301086306 My range of ebooks on Australian fauna includes this one about emus. Included are images of emus in Western Australia, South Australia and Victoria. I had a great time putting in the research hours for this book and hope you will benefit from it with your children.
We’re going on a bear hunt turns 25!.
On Monday I had the pleasure of meeting some of the kinder children at Annie Galvin childcare centre in Bendigo. We talked a little about what it is like to be an author and then I read from my book The Puppet Show, with special guests the big bad wolf and one of the littleContinue reading “Kinder Visit”
http://sharongreenawaysreviews.wordpress.com/ Hi everyone, this is my new site for book reviews. Various genres will be covered, but my main area of interest is children’s literature.
Stay tuned for my new blog site which I will be devoting to book reviews and all that is wondrous about words!
I have just completed my 4th book in my Australian Wildlife series for learningisland.org Am so excited and have learned so much about our gorgeous cuddly koala. You can buy this book at: https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/sharongreenaway
I would like to thank Lauren for the lovely interview she did about my new e-book about emus. The book is available from all good e book sellers for the affordable price of .99 cents. Or by checking out the learning island website… Learning Island books for children
Hi everyone! I am delighted to announce that my new e-book for Kindles, Ipads et al, ‘The Extraordinary Emu’ is out now. While this is the third in the series published by Learningisland it is the first one that features all of my own imagery. The images include emus from the dessert, bush and plainsContinue reading “The Extraordinary Emu…now on itunes!”
Some people may already think this, but lately I am going feather brained. What with researching and photographing emus for my new children’s e-book I am also endeavouring to capture images of the local bird population and its young. So far the tawny frogmouths have been very co operative, so have the crested pigeons. RecentlyContinue reading “Feather brained”
means I am getting up close and personal with a large native bird!