A sunny afternoon goes astray once a little girl notices her father mowing the lawn, in the process destroying her favourite flowers the Dandelions. She tries to stop her father in time, but can not make it; her favourite flowers are all but gone. Thankfully, Father has an idea!
Dandelions with its enchanting illustrations and heart-warming tale, captures the beautiful bond between father and daughter, and is perfect for readers aged 4-9. A story that highlights the resilience of nature, the importance of forgiving and the unending love between a parent and child, this is a book that will be cherished by families for years to come.
Katrina McKelvey is a children’s author with over ten years primary school teaching experience. She is highly involved in the Children’s Book Council of Australia, is an advisor and participant in literary conferences and festivals, and enthusiastically spreads her love of reading at regular school visits. Katrina’s works include, No Baths Week, Up To Something (EK Books), Isla's Family Tree (EK Books), and her successful debut picture book, Dandelions (EK Books).
Kirrili Lonergan is a picture book illustrator and art therapist. She has a passion for storytelling through pictures and relates warmly to the needs of children through her former years working as a paediatric nurse. Kirrili is the co-creator of the Lessons of a LAC educational sessions and is currently working on her ninth picture book. She is an active committee member for the CBCA Newcastle Sub-branch and a regular volunteer for Books4Outback.