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Azmen Sebastian Azmen Sebastian i(A137380 works by)
Born: Established: 1998 ;
Gender: Male
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BiographyHistory

Azmen Sebastian is a young author and illustrator from Broome, Western Australia.

Most Referenced Works

Awards for Works

The Snake and the Boy 2011 single work picture book children's 'The Snake and the Boy is a tale of the school playground with an intriguing twist. As children play football beneath a sea-blue sky, one boy takes to the bars in the playground, only to have a cunning green tree snake sneak in and steal his apple. Author Azmen Sebastian's vibrant illustrations using acrylic paints capture the wide-open spaces of a country schoolyard, such as those in and around his home in the remote Kimberley region, where you never know when a wild creature might pay a visit. Children everywhere will relate to this endearing story.' (Source: Publisher's blurb)
2012 winner Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Best Book for Language Development – Indigenous Children
2011 shortlisted Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Best Book for Language Development – Indigenous Children
2011 shortlisted Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Best Language Development Book for Lower Primary Children (2003-2013)
The Snake and the Boy 2011 single work picture book children's 'The Snake and the Boy is a tale of the school playground with an intriguing twist. As children play football beneath a sea-blue sky, one boy takes to the bars in the playground, only to have a cunning green tree snake sneak in and steal his apple. Author Azmen Sebastian's vibrant illustrations using acrylic paints capture the wide-open spaces of a country schoolyard, such as those in and around his home in the remote Kimberley region, where you never know when a wild creature might pay a visit. Children everywhere will relate to this endearing story.' (Source: Publisher's blurb)
2012 winner Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Best Book for Language Development – Indigenous Children
2011 shortlisted Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Best Book for Language Development – Indigenous Children
2011 shortlisted Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Best Language Development Book for Lower Primary Children (2003-2013)
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