My Deadly Boots

My Deadly Boots
Carl Merrison, Hakea Hustler, Samantha Campbell
NZ$ 29.99
Our Price:
NZ$ 23.99
h256 x 253mm - 32pg
31 Aug 2022 AU
International import eta 7-19 days
Out Of Stock
Currently no stock in-store, stock is sourced to your order
Spikes on the bottom boots,my favourite colour boots,making me too deadly. Can the shoes on your feet really make you jump higher? Walk taller? Dream bigger? A joyous, empowering story about finding confidence within yourself, boots or no boots, from the award-winning authors of Black Cockatoo. ' The text has a punchy sense of addictive rhythm . . . [and] the story is full of heart' Books+Publishing
Carl Merrison (Author) Carl Merrison is a respected Jaru/Kija man from the Halls Creek area who came WA runner up Australian of the Year - Local Hero in 2016. He has worked for over ten years alongside Aboriginal youth as a mentor and coach. Carl was the winner of the black&write! Fellowship in 2020 for his young readers' series Backyard Sports (coming in 2023). He was also shortlisted for the State Library Western Australia Writer' s Fellowship for his proposal, Kimberley Kickers series. Hakea Hustler (Author) Hakea Hustler is an experienced teacher who has taught around Australia, including in remote Aboriginal communities. Hakea is committed to Indigenous education with a focus on story as learning and empowerment. Carl Merrison and Hakea Hustler' s first book, Black Cockatoo (Magabala Books), won Honour book in the CBCA Young Reader category. Samantha Campbell (Illustrator) Samantha Campbell grew up in the Northern Territory and lives in Darwin. She is descended from the Dagoman people from Katherine and as a child lived in remote communities across the Top End. Her first book, Alfred' s War, written by Rachel Bin Salleh, was short-listed for the Premier' s Literary Awards and the Speech Pathology Awards. She is currently illustrating her fifth children' s book.

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