Once there was a small rhinoceros who lived with her family on the river bank. She wanted to see further than her home. So she decided to build a boat to sail away and see the world.
As part of the recent Write on the Fringe festival here in Bendigo, many writers paired with Visual Artists to create exhibits for the Co.Lab exhibition. I teamed with ceramicist Mari Basile and wrote a new fairy tale in response to her bush angels. Here it is, I hope you enjoy it.
Looking for a new story to read? Here is the link to one I wrote a long time ago but is still as relevant today. If you wish to share it with your friends you are free to do so but please don’t change any of it and please make sure I am credited withContinue reading “Todd’s Chickens”
https://05-lvl3-pdl.vimeocdn.com/01/3403/1/42016601/97848382.mp4?token=0bb97b9e601ec4f406c9d&expires=1463009755&filename=Imagining%20Mum-HD.mp4&download=1 I am currently in the process of making a short slideshow/video about my current work at the Transient Landscape exhibition in the Old post office, Bendigo. However I thought a link to previous videos may be of interest. Here is the first one.
I have just written the last of my children’s book reviews for Magpies. I have been honoured to work for this magazine for many years, both as a reviewer and writer but now feel I should concentrate more on my OWN art – both visual and written. Reading and writing about children’s literature is a wonderful privilege,Continue reading “Children’s book reviews”
My newest poem for children has been published in the March 2014 of Countdown School Magazine. Love the accompanying illustrations of busy bees!
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”
While preparing for a talk with Kinder children for next week, I am going through my writing for children. I have forgotten just how much I have written over the last 15 years and also exactly where and when my work has been published. Dr Jelly Belly is one such story that I am particularlyContinue reading “Kinder Talk”
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.
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