Ezekiel Kwaymullina is a Palkyu person whose family comes from the north west of Western Australia. He is the son of Sally Morgan and the brother of Ambelin Kwaymullina and Blaze Kwaymullina . Ezekiel's work is inspired by his love of fantasy novels, anime, video games and films.
Charlie Burr and the Three Stolen Dollars2011single work children's fiction children's 'Charlie has "borrowed" three dollars from his mum to buy an icy pole, and Charlie's dad has brought home a dingo pup. So Mum isn't happy with either Dad or Charlie! To get back in her good books Charlie has to quickly find a way to recoup the three dollars and work out how to keep the pup. It's not hard to believe that trouble follows, but the ever-resourceful Charlie soon finds a plan.' (From the publisher's website.)
My Country2011single work picture book children's 'The book was inspired by my Nana and Gran, who passed on their love of country to me. When I wrote the book I imagined what it would have been like for them as little girls, playing in their country without a care in the world. At the same time, I wanted to encourage self esteem in Indigenous youth as I feel Australia is in need of more Indigenous heroes. Because all heroes begin as children with a dream, hopefully books like this one bring them closer to that dream.' — Ezekiel Kwaymullina
Curly and the Fent2008single work children's fiction children's 'Curly gets in trouble enough already, but when the monster in the cupboard turns out to be a mischievous little creature called a Fent, Curly is about to find out where the trouble really starts! Adults can't see the Fent, so when the Fent tickles Curly in the car until he shrieks, and farts in the classroom, and eats Curly's dad's new invention, there's no one to blame but Curly. So unfair! But there's worse to come. Curly lives next door to the school bully - and Billy can see the Fent too. Billy wants the Fent for himself. Can Curly save the Fent from Billy and get him home to his family?' (Publisher's blurb)