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That Bird Has Arms!

That Bird Has Arms!

by Kate TempleJol Temple Niharika Hukku and others
Hardback
Publication Date: 19/07/2023

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Roy is an ordinary bird in every way. He is not the biggest, or the smallest.

His squawk is not the loudest or the quietest. He even follows the same football team as everyone else. He was very normal except for one thing – he has ARMS. Absolutely nobody knows – and Roy would like to keep it that way...

That Bird Has Arms is a story about difference and identity. It’s about learning to see that what sets you apart is what makes you strong, and it’s about pride in your own uniqueness.

A 2024 CBCA Picture Book Book of the Year: Notable Book

ISBN:
9781761210310
9781761210310
Category:
Picture storybooks
Format:
Hardback
Publication Date:
19-07-2023
Language:
English
Publisher:
Little Hare Books
Country of origin:
Australia
Pages:
24
Dimensions (mm):
243.99x243.99mm
Kate Temple

Kate and Jol have written five children's books including Parrot Carrot, I Got This Hat and Mike I Don't Like. These books have found themselves on the NSW Premier's Reading Lists a number of shortlists and MIKE was even awarded Best Designed Children's Book in Australia by the Australian Publishers' Association.

I Got This Hat was recently announced as 2016 National Storytime Book. They have also been the recipients of Australia Council grants to create digital adaptions of their books. Parrot Carrot's digital companion won Creative Show Case and was shortlisted at a number of national and international award shows.

It also reached number 2 on iTunes. Kate and Jol have presented at the Byron Bay Writer's festival for the past three years and have been invited to the Adelaide Festival for 2016. When they are not writing books they love to get out and talk to schools and read to library groups.

Ronojoy Ghosh

Ronojoy Ghosh has been in the advertising industry for the past 18 years, which has included stints in India, Indonesia, Singapore and New Zealand. He currently lives in Australia with his wife and son. His work has been recognised with many advertising awards including a Gold at Cannes.

Beyond advertising though his passion lies in writing and illustrating children's picture books. His first book Ollie and the Wind was shortlisted for the CBC Book of the Year Award and second book, No Place Like Home, has been published around the world including Germany, Spain and Korea.

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