Inspired by Bluey and That’s What Wings Are For, Tori has put her talents to use and created this exquisite ceramic Bluey action figurine – Albert the Turtle and Wolf next door are next. If you’d like more or if you have your own art work or experiences to share you can send them to me via the contact page or at Patrick.guest(at)Bigoproductions(dot)com(dot)au
Monday, 4 April 2016
The Ricker Racker Club – As well as supporting the launch of the Ricker Racker Club Farrell’s bookshop (my local bookshop) on Main Street Mornington have devoted the shop widow to the release of The Ricker Racker Club. Pop down to check put the window and talk to the great staff about all things books!
In this radio interview with Heather Mc on Radio Port Phillip about the launch of The Ricker Racker Club, Thats What Wings are For and the importance of kindness, silliness and bravery in children's stories.
On this short YouTube clip I talk about the story behind the book “That’s What Wings Are For” connecting it to our families experience with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Bluey the hero.