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When

Thur 3 March 2011

Price

Morning Package: $8
Afternoon Package: $8
All-day Package: $12.50

Education Program Supported By

Rio Tinto

Department of Education


Morning Package: Middle Primary

The Terrible Plop with Ursula Dubosarsky and Andrew Joyner

When six little rabbits hear a loud and terrible 'plop' by the lake, they create a whirlwind of panic among the animals in the forest. A big brown bear enters, who’s not nearly as brave as he seems, and hilarious antics ensue. This sparkling picture book brings together the zany illustrations of Andrew Joyner and the wonderfully rhythmic storytelling of Ursula Dubosarsky.

The Art of Illustration with Ron Brooks

Ron Brooks has worked on some of Australia’s best-loved picture books, including Fox, Old Pig and The Bunyip of Berkeley’s Creek. His warm and endearing illustrations have earned him several book awards over the years, but he admits the creative process has never been short of challenges. Here, he lets us in on his secret practice of picture-making, sharing tales from his recent memoir, Drawn from the Heart.

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Where

Perth Writers Festival Precinct, The University of Western Australia


Phone: (08) 6488 5555

Perth Writers Festival literary hub is on the idyllic setting of the UWA Crawley campus.

Facilities
Situated near the Arts Faculty the Perth Writers Festival hub provides easy access to sessions, great cafe for lunch, coffee or a chat over a glass of wine and an extensive bookshop. Transport Located at the University of WA Campus on Stirling Highway, and is serviced by buses on both Stirling Highway and Mounts Bay Road. There is a set down / pick up point behind the theatre suitable for cars, taxis, maxi taxis & small buses. Enter off Hackett Drive adjacent to University House.

Transperth InfoLine: 13 62 13
Transperth Website: http://www.transperth.wa.gov.au

Parking
Ticketed parking is available on campus. Charges may apply. Free parking is available in the evenings and weekends. Campus map

Access

For access information visit the UWA Website.