Author(s): Elizabeth Pulford
Dad pulled on my jacket, woolly hat, and mittens.
"We're off to find an Aurora," he said.
A small boy wakes to a cold, midnight adventure with his dad, walking up through the snowy landscape to the top of a hill, to see a wonderful sight - the Aurora Australis. The distant and quiet man becomes a loving and excited dad as he tells his son all about this amazing phenomenon.
Elizabeth Pulford is a writer of fiction for teenagers and adults, as well as picture books, and has won several writing competitions. Her articles, stories and poetry for both adults and children have been published in newspapers, magazines and journals, and broadcast on Radio New Zealand. Pulford has published numerous titles for young readers, and has won and been shortlisted for key awards.
Anne Bannock is a Nelson based artist, where she works from a studio located in an historic woolshed in the beautiful Orinoco valley. She works in a range of styles and mediums, on subjects that range from still life to landscape. Her work has been sold throughout the world. This is Anne's first picture book.