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At the Beach I See (Young Art series)

LONGLISTED – 2018 ABIA Small Publishers' Children's Book of the Year

SHORTLISTED – 2018 Speech Pathology Australia's Book of the Year (Birth to Three Years category)


This delightful book for Early Childhood will mesmerise young children and older readers. The black linework and colourful wash backgrounds work beautifully with the lyrical text. Together they introduce extraordinary creatures and birds that we can discover and observe around our Australian coastline. ‘Dancing jellyfish’, ‘scuttling crabs’, ‘scattered shells’, ‘drifting seaweed’ and ‘waving coral’ evoke the wonder of our beaches and the treasures to be found.

Second release of the ‘Young Art’ Board Book series that showcases young Indigenous artists.

$9.99

Praise for At the Beach I See (Young Art series)

"Kamsani Bin Salleh’s colourful wash backgrounds are beautiful in this book"

Readings Blog

 

"The illustrations in this book are intriguing, giving a feeling of movement on the page. Kasmani Bin Salleh uses an interesting mix of black lines and patterns highlighted by a watercolour look which makes each page really pop."

CBCA Reading Time 

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Magabala Books is Australia's oldest independent Indigenous publishing house. Based in the pearling town of Broome in the far north of Western Australia, Magabala Books is one of the most remote publishing houses in the world.

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Kamsani Bin Salleh

Kamsani Bin Salleh is descended from the Nimunburr, Bunuba and Yawuru peoples of the Kimberley and the Ballardong Noongar people of the Perth region in WA. He is an emerging artist/multi-media practitioner who is garnering attention for his ability to...

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