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Audience
Primary age
Adults
Parents
Format
Talks
Workshops
Presentations
Home state
Victoria (VIC)

Mark Carthew

Best known for
The Gobbling Tree - Mark Carthew
Tiddalick the Thirsty Frog - Mark Carthew
The Great Zoo Hullabaloo - Mark Carthew
Five Little Owls - Mark Carthew
Wicked Wizards and Leaping Lizards - Mark Carthew
The Big Sneeze - Mark Carthew
The Moose is Loose! - Mark Carthew

Mark Carthew

  • Author
  • Musician

Mark is an award winning children’s author, musician, educator and editor, and is well known for his books and series exploring wordplay.

His books have involved collaboration with some of the world’s leading authors and illustrators.

Mark’s The Gobbling Tree, illustrated by Susy Boyer, won the Speech Pathology Australia’s 2009 Book of the Year. The Moose is Loose!, is illustrated by Matt Stanton and published by HarperCollins/ABC Books.

Mark presents interactive sessions for primary age levels as well as fun read aloud, musical story-time sessions for kinder and younger primary groups. Students have fun with stories, jokes, illustration styles, visual puns, puppets, songs, play-scripts, movement and gain insights into book creation & design. Mark also conducts talks to parents about literacy learning, adult writing groups, conference panels and keynotes.

Booking a presenter through Creative Net Speakers’ Agency is easy.

Either fill out the below form, call Paul and Terrie on (03) 9416 4062, or email terrie@creativenetspeakers.com directly.

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