Do you believe in dragons?
What about dragons that don’t breath fire or fly, but which are the most beautiful dancers?
Weedy seadragons are amazing fish with a talent for camouflage, weird eating habits and a unique courtship dance. But their future is threatened.
One of Tasmania’s most imaginative and adaptable children’s authors, Anne Morgan, will talk about the making of this beautiful book with illustrator Lois Bury (not present), and read for for us.
Anne Morgan is a full-time writer who lives on Bruny Island. She has a PhD in Writing, for which she won a university medal, and a Master of Education Degree. She has worked as a journalist, public sector administrator, teacher and professional actor.
Anne is the author of twelve children’s books and one full-length volume of poetry. Her other books for children include The Smallest Carbon Footprint in the Land & Other Ecotales (Winner of the 2014 Environmental Award for Children’s Literature, for Junior Fiction), What’s the Time Francie Fox, The Moonlight Bird and the Grolken and the Captain Clawbeak series.
Find out more about Anne Morgan on her website.
DON’T MISS THESE OTHER CHANCES TO CATCH ANNE AT THE FESTIVAL:
- Anne will also be speaking at the Island of Curiositiessession
- And she will read for children from her Captain Clawbeak series, as part of the FREE children’s program, on Parliament Lawns (Saturday and Sunday).
This event is hosted by and will be held at the Maritime Museum of Tasmania, on Argyle Street, between Davey and Macquarie Streets.