'Liz Anelli ... left England in 2012 with her husband Mario to live in sunny Newcastle, NSW. Since relocating Liz has created huge storymaps for museums and illustrations for Walker Books, Readers Digest and Penguin Random House ... She has been awarded ASA and NAVA grants and a May Gibbs Fellowship.'
Anelli has been an ambassador for Books in Homes and reviewer for Reading Time.
From Ross Watkins, the illustrator of The Boy Who Grew Into a Tree, and Liz Anelli, comes this moving picture book about family, the failings of memory and the strength of love. Told in stunning prose, with poignant artwork, this book is a celebration of what we hold dearest.
'The dry salt bed of Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre shimmers in the desert heat. But far up north, the rains have come. Water is flooding into empty riverbeds and swirling down towards the lake. Soon everything will change. ' (Publication summary)