Illustrated by :Hilary Jean Tapper
Imprint:Hachette Aotearoa New Zealand
Form detail:Picture book
Audience:Juvenile: Age (years) 3 - 5, Grade (US) P - K, Reading age 3 - 5
Page Count:32 pages
A stick, a stone, a feather, a bone...
Come exploring with our campers as they spot treasures along the track to their campsite. Don't forget to keep an eye out for the cheeky kea along the way! But what happens when the curious campers take a wrong turn?
Praise for A Stick and a Stone:
'It inspired us to go outside and do a nature treasure hunt. Something in this gorgeous book for everyone!' - Gleebooks
'Reminiscent of We're Going on a Bear Hunt and A Summery Saturday Morning, this beautifully illustrated story will delight parents and children alike. 3+' - Scorpio Books
'A wonderful tale to share with the little family members in shared reading times that will encourage observations of the world around them.' - Sue Reid, Paper Plus Masterton
'Cute and energetic.' - Lucy Black, Read NZ
Sarina Dickson (Author)
Sarina Dickson is a number 1 bestselling writer, artist and educator. She has enjoyed a varied and creative working life, which has led to connections and collaborations with experts in publishing, mental health and wellness, education, illustration, printing, video production, public art, book design, disaster relief and tertiary research. Her writing has been highly commended in the Scribbles Creative Writing Awards.
Sarina lives with a computer nerd, a social butterfly, a gamer, a human ray of sunshine and a very large rabbit.
You can find Sarina on Instagram @Creating_In_The_Cracks or Twitter @Sarina_Dickson_
Hilary Jean Tapper (Illustrator)
Hilary Jean Tapper is a New Zealand based illustrator, creative arts therapist and doll maker. She has drawn, painted and aspired to illustrate for picture books since she was a child. Hilary's grandfather, Garth Tapper, was a New Zealand painter and inspired her from her earliest years to pursue the arts. She works with watercolour, ink and pencil, and loves to draw children and nature. You can find out about Hilary and her work at www.hilaryjeantapper.com, or Facebook and Instagram @hilaryjeantapper.
It inspired us to go outside and do a nature treasure hunt. Something in this gorgeous book for everyone!—Gleebooks
Reminiscent of We're Going on a Bear Hunt and A Summery Saturday Morning, this beautifully illustrated story will delight parents and children alike. 3+—Scorpio Books
A wonderful tale to share with the little family members in shared reading times that will encourage observations of the world around them.—Sue Reid, Paper Plus Masterton
Top Recommendation - a lovely rhythm and is a great read-aloud.—The Sapling
Cute and energetic.—Lucy Black, Read NZ