Reading Australia presents this Graeme Base podcast, with permission from The Garret Podcast.

Graeme Base is a legendary British-Australian writer and illustrator. Generations of children have grown up enthralled by his creations, including Animalia (awarded the Children Book Council’s Picture Book of the Year Honour Book in 1987) and The Eleventh Hour (awarded the same prize in 1989).

His other works include Grandma Lived in Gooligulch (1983), The Sign of the Seahorse (1992), The Discovery of Dragons (1996), The Waterhole (2001), Truck Dogs (2003), Jungle Drums (2004), Uno’s Garden (2006), The Discovery of Dragons: New Research Revealed (2007), Enigma (2008), The Legend of the Golden Snail (2010), The Jewel Fish of Karnak (2011), Little Elephants (2012), The Last King of Angkor Wat (2014) Eye to Eye (2015) and Amazing monster Detectorscope (2017).

Graeme also illustrated Lewis Carroll’s Jabberwocky (1987) and Jabberwocky: A Book of Brillig Dioramas (1996).

For show notes and the transcript, please visit their website.