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1. ‘Ships in the Field’ sails to The Children’s Bookshop Beecroft~National Year of Reading Event

Illustrator Anna Pignataro at The Children's Bookshop Beecroft, for 'Ships in the Field'How exciting to be welcomed with a huge window display at The Children’s Bookshop Beecroft  of ‘Ships in the Field’, a National Year of Reading event.

Anna Pignataro the brilliant illustrator of ‘Ships in the Field’ loved speaking to authors, illustrators, teachers, librarians, kids and friends. 

Anna shared her Italian-Egyptian background and how her parents were forced out of Egypt, while I shared my Hungarian refugee background – in ‘Ships in The Field’ – a story of finding home.

Fabulous authors like Wendy Blaxland, Wendy Fitzgerald, Belinda Murrell, Margaret Roc, Felicity Pulman, Isolde Martyn, tanka poet Beverley George …Maria Simpson creator of Bilby Theatre, librarians like the fantastic Claire Stuckey and friends came to celebrate ‘Ships in the Field’.

Loved it!!!!!

Anna Pignataro with Paul McDonald and Susanne gervay at launch of 'Ships of the Field' at The Children's Bookshop Beecroft

Ships in the Field by Susanne Gervay illustrated by Anna Pignataro

National Year of Reading 2012 event with Susanne Gervay's 'Ships in the Field' illustrated by Anna Pignataro, www.love2read.org

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