Circle (HB)

Author(s): Jeannie Baker

Children's Picture Books | Indie Award Shortlist 2017 | Indie Award Winners 2017

With entrancing collages and lyrical narration, the creator of the acclaimed Mirror follows the epic flight of an extraordinary bird.

Each year, bar-tailed godwits undertake the longest unbroken migration of any bird, flying from their breeding grounds in the Arctic to Australia and New Zealand and back again. They follow invisible pathways -- pathways that have been followed for thousands of years -- while braving hunger and treacherous conditions to reach their destination. In Circle, Jeannie Baker follows the godwit's incredible flight, taking us over awe-inspiring scenes as the birds spread their wings above such beautiful landmarks as the Great Barrier Reef and China's breathtaking cityscapes.

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2017 Indie Book Awards (Children's)

This breathtaking picture book describes the winter migration of Godwits from Alaska to Australia and New Zealand. A deceptively simple text is enhanced by beautiful collage illustrations, and together they provide a clear message about the fragility of our planet. The Bookseller

Jeannie Baker is the author and illustrator of a number of children's picture books, including the award-winning Where the Forest Meets the Sea and the critically acclaimed dual language picture book Mirror. Her characteristic use of mixed media to create detailed and elaborate collages is stunning and unique. Originally from the UK, Jeannie lives in Australia. Find Jeannie online at www.jeanniebaker.com.

General Fields

  • : 9781406338010
  • : Walker Books Australia Pty, Limited
  • : Walker Books Australia
  • : June 2016
  • : 263mm X 280mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : June 2016
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 48
  • : Jeannie Baker
  • : Jeannie Baker
  • : 5+
  • : 5+
  • : 598.331568
  • : 598.331568
  • : en
  • : en
  • : Jeannie Baker
  • : Jeannie Baker
  • : 616
  • : 616
  • : Hardback
  • : Hardback
  • : 48