Wombat and Smoke Foxes by Matt Zurbo Jannali was a wombat made of cogs and gears. (For this book I imagine beautiful b&w images, almost etchings, no greys. But up to artist. Wombat in paddock at night, looks normal, other than small bow off centre on head, and a few small gears and small aerial in … Continue reading Day 359: Wombat and Smoke Foxes
Mum's Crying by Matt Zurbo Why is Mum crying? (Mother, head lowered, tears on cheeks. Child looking up at her, concerned.) I don’t know. Has some monster attacked? (Child and mother now small, big monster stomping away.) Or has one of the pets died? (Child standing, perplexed look over shoulder at fat golden retriever … Continue reading Day 358: Mum’s Crying
Loopi and Vinnie – A love story… of sorts. by Matt Zurbo Loopi had an owl, she flew like a kite. Up and down, all across town, throughout the darkest night. It embraced the moon, all its light, reflected from the sun. That silver hue, that gave views, of a place most people shun. … Continue reading Day 357: Loopi and Vinnie – A love story… of sorts.
The Longest Fart by Matt Zurbo This is a story of the life of Fred. And the World’s Longest Fart. But mostly, the life of Fred. And a fart. Fred was a young boy, when he started a fart that lasted forever. (Kid, chest out, pointing with thumb to himself.) His dad was a … Continue reading Day 356: The Longest Fart