Only the courage of a small girl can overcome the dangers of the Deep Dark Forest.
Beware the deep, dark forest! You should never, ever go in there . . . Rosie has always followed this rule until the day her pup Tinky goes missing in the woods. So Rosie decides to trek into this dangerous, muddy place. But there are many obstacles along the way - including a huge grey wolf, a scary ravine and a ferocious troll!
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About the Author
- A whimsical tale from award-winning author, Sue Whiting, for courageous readers aged 3 to 6.
- Luminous illustrations in the style of the classic fairy tales by illustrator Annie White capture the innocence, the curiosity and the cleverness of young Rosie.
- A picture book for kids who love scary-but-funny stories about courage, bravery and friendship.
Sue Whiting lives and works in a sleepy coastal village near Sydney, where she spends her days dreaming up adventures for her characters and trying to write them down. Sue has written numerous books in a variety of genres: fiction and nonfiction, picture books through to YA, including the bestselling The Firefighters, and the award-winning A Swim in the Sea. Her Nature Storybook Platypus, illustrated by Mark Jackson, was a CBCA 2016 Notable Book. A former primary school teacher with a special interest in literacy education and children’s literature, Sue is a highly experienced speaker who loves sharing her passion for story and storytelling, reading and writing with people of all ages. She also works as a freelance editor, writing coach and mentor.
About the Illustrator
Annie White is an illustrator living in Melbourne, Australia. She has illustrated over 60 books for children and her distinctive images have appeared in jigsaws to murals and many other places. Beware the Deep, Dark Forest
is Annie’s first book with Walker Books Australia.