Jolly Read, a Freo-based author and journalist, has written and produced a quirky kids’ quokka story just in time for Christmas!
If you don’t have the time, unlike Roger & Co, to ferry to Rotto to take selfies with our beloved Quokkas, having this on your kids’ shelves may be the next best thing.
Can A Quokka Quack? is written for children up to 9 years. But like all children’s books, the covert audience is adult!
The story uses a mix of fact and fiction, in rhyming verse, by Jolly, along with wonderful illustrations by Fremantle artist Natasha Lea.
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It also uses local Aboriginal names and words for education purposes in both the text and map illustration.
On top of all that, the physical book is a work of art all on its own. It has been totally produced and printed in WA and is 100% recyclable with FSC certified paper (no plastic lamination) and vegetable dye inks for printing.
To buy, at the very fair RRP of $22, contact Jolly Read on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0439363327.