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44 Signed Picture Books (a set of 2): Corinne Fenton

ITEM: A set of two signed picture books – Flame Stands Waiting and Dog On The Tuckerbox, by Corinne Fenton. 



Flame Stands Waiting / Corinne Fenton & ill. Sebastian Ciaffaglione

A story for every child who has ever dared to dream … Flame is a beautiful, golden carousel horse with a sad heart. Unlike the other horses, who are designed to move up and down, Flame was built to stand still. The children choose to ride on the turning, dancing horses and Flame is left waiting. Until, one day, a little girl who has always dreamed of riding the beautiful horses comes to the carousel …

The Dog on the Tuckerbox / Corinne Fenton & ill. Peter Gouldthorpe

A picture book for children 5+ This is the story of Lady and her master Bill. It is the story of Australia’s pioneers; the bullockies who worked the rough tracks, and of one dog’s unwavering loyalty to her master. Published by Black Dog Books, 2008


CV: Corinne Fenton is the author of more than 20 books for children but her passion is picture books, often with a social history. Her classic picture book Queenie: One Elephant’s Story illustrated by Peter Gouldthorpe, was named an Honour Book in the 2007 CBCA Book of the Year Awards.

The Dog on the Tuckerbox, also illustrated by Peter Gouldthorpe, was shortlisted in the Australian Publishers Association Awards and the Australian Book Industry Awards. It was named a Notable Book in two categories of the 2009 CBCA Book of the Year Awards. It was recently displayed by the Australian Publishers Association at the Bologna Book Fair in Italy. Her latest picture book Flame Stands Waiting illustrated by Sebastian Ciaffaglione has just been released. Set in the time when a carousel ride was a highlight of a child’s life, this is the story of wanting something enough to make it real. All her picture books have been published by Black Dog Books.

When she is not writing, Corinne loves presenting to schools, libraries and adults about the writing and research behind her picture books. She talks about the differences and similarities between her non-fiction, faction and fiction titles. There is a huge amount of information behind each of these books and Corinne sees them as a starting point for students to research history for themselves.

Corinne is also the Assistant Regional Adviser (Victoria) of the Society of Children’s Book Writer’s and Illustrators in Australia.










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