A fun and dynamic look at what life would be like for dinosaurs if they were roaming the Broome coastline today! Reflecting the famous colours of north west Australia and its rugged environment, the textured collage layers of artwork capture the character and beauty of the dinosaurs, birds, and marine life that roamed the Kimberley coastline more than 130 million years ago.
For lower and middle primary school ages. Teacher’s notes available
Bronwyn Houston is descended from the Nyiyaparli and Yindjiparndi people of the Wana clan in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Bronwyn was born and bred in Broome, and draws her inspiration from the natural world she knows and loves.
Bronwyn has a Diploma of Graphic Design and an extraordinary flare for illustration and art. Her creativity extends to being an author and illustrator of various published works as well as commissioned pieces that reside in collections nationally. She has run many illustration workshops in WA, including a workshop at the Perth International Festival in 2014. Bronwyn illustrated her first book Loongie the Greedy Crocodile (Kiefer and Lucy Dann, 2008) at the age of 21. Staircase to the Moon (2011) was her second title as an illustrator and first as an author. Her third book was a collaboration, My Home Broome (2012). Her fourth book, Counting Aussie Animals in my Backyard was published in October 2014.