The Sky Dreamer

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Interactive Publications, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 36 pages
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When Liam's sister dies, his world turns grey. He spends hours watching clouds crossing the wintry skies, hoping that Cassie is out there somewhere. On the night before Liam's birthday, Cassie sails the Sky Dreamer to their home and drops anchor in a ghost gum tree. She invites Liam to climb aboard, and together the children go sailing through the Milky Way. But there are lessons Liam must learn before the Sky Dreamer returns home. The Sky Dreamer is an achingly beautiful and ultimately comforting picture book about a young child learning to take control of his life after the death of a loved one.

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About the author (2010)

 Dr Anne Morgan is a Tasmanian poet and writer of children's books. She wrote The Sky Dreamer while experiencing her own journey through grief, following the tragic early death of her daughter, Miranda.

Céline Eimann is a Swiss-born artist who, after almost five years based in Australia, recently made the move back to the chocolate country.

She studied fine art and visual communications design, and is now writing and illustrating children's stories. She is the illustrator of The Sky Dreamer, published by IP Kidz, which has been supported by the Australian Council.

Céline is also the author and illustrator of Lyli Meets the Stone-Muncher (also available in French and French-English translations).

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