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1 y separately published work icon Enough Love? Maggie Hutchings , Evie Barrow (illustrator), Melbourne : Affirm Press , 2021 21959209 2021 single work picture book children's

'Willa had
one dad
one mum
one home
and a bird.
And that was enough.

'So when Willa’s parents split up, she’s pretty sad. But at least they are still all hers. Until Dad meets Kevin and Willa’s family starts to grow … and keeps on growing. When will enough be enough? Or is there always room for more love?

'Full of heart and bursting with warmth, Enough Love? is the funny and moving new picture book from the creative team behind I Saw Pete and Pete Saw Me.' (Publication summary)

1 y separately published work icon Rainbow Is My Favourite Colour Penny Harrison , Evie Barrow (illustrator), Richmond : Little Hare Books , 2020 19858061 2020 single work picture book children's 'Bronte is a little girl who is expected to like pink. But that won't always do, as Bronte eloquently expresses in Rainbow is My Favourite Colour. She loves the green of grassy hills, the blue of her favourite boots and the purple of plums – in fact, she loves all the colours of the rainbow! Rainbow is My Favourite Colour  is an irresistible rhyming story that will charm all young colour enthusiasts (and those who enjoy smashing gender stereotypes!)' (Publication summary)
1 y separately published work icon I Saw Pete and Pete Saw Me Maggie Hutchings , Evie Barrow (illustrator), Melbourne : Affirm Press , 2020 19122049 2020 single work picture book children's

'When you are small

you can see

 things that

grown-ups

are too busy

to notice . . .

'Everyone walks right past Pete - except for one little boy. He notices Pete's drawings, and big smile, and soon he has a new friend. When Pete gets sick, the boy wants to help. But how do you help someone get better when they don't have a home?A heartfelt, moving story about the importance of really seeing the world around us and the power in tiny acts of kindness.'(Publication summary)

1 y separately published work icon Howl Kat Patrick , Evie Barrow (illustrator), Carlton North : Scribe , 2020 18932360 2020 single work picture book children's

'Howl is a masterfully told and exquisitely drawn story of a young girl’s way of expressing and resolving big feelings.

'Maggie has had a very bad day.

'First of all, the sun was the wrong shape, in a sky that was too blue. The spaghetti was too long, and her pyjamas were the wrong kind of pyjama.

'Then Maggie begins to have wolfish thoughts ...' (Publication summary)

1 y separately published work icon Me and My Boots Penny Harrison , Evie Barrow (illustrator), Richmond : Little Hare Books , 2020 17445414 2020 single work picture book children's

'Mum calls them my brave-girl boots.
My bold-as-brass, adventure boots
I’m off to snare the dragon boots.
I’ll drag him home for tea.

'Me and My Boots is the first title staring Bronte, a fun-loving character who inadvertently challenges gender stereotypes though her everyday adventures. In Me and My Boots, Bronte rejects the label bossy boots, and in introducing us to her family and friends, offers up alternative ways to describe assertive girls like herself.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

1 y separately published work icon Horatio Squeak Karen Foxlee , Evie Barrow (illustrator), Newton : Walker Books Australia , 2019 15797770 2019 single work picture book children's

'In a very fine house, on a very grand street, Lived the tiniest mouse you could possibly meet. The youngest of twelve, he was timid and slight, But he was always, ALWAYS very polite. 

When tiny Horatio Squeak is invited to a mysterious party at the top of the stairs, he finds himself in the unexpected company of kittens with dreadfully bright teeth and dreadfully sharp claws. Despite their intimidating appearance, the kittens are welcoming hosts who seem to enjoy Horatio's company. But when they spot a bird in the window, they cannot resist the urge to catch it. As Horatio watches on with horror, he finds the courage to speak out and save the scared bird. With his newfound bravery, Horatio returns home feeling stronger and not nearly so small.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

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