I began as a tiny spark in the dry grass.All I wanted was a friend. I found one in thewind, who helped me grow, who helped mefly! In the end, though, was the wind reallymy friend at all?
ISBN: 9781925272406 (HC) 9781925272413 (PB)Publication date: October 2016 (HC) March 2017 (PB)Extent: 32 pagesFormat: Picture book - portraitPrice: AUD $24.95Category: FictionAge guide: 6-10
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Adam Wallace was 11 years old when the Ash Wednesday bushfires threatened his home.
Forced to leave with his grandmother, no car and a budgie in a cage, it was only a wind change that saved Adam’s home.
The memory still burns bright, even though Adam now lives in a bushfire-free area.
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Andrew Plant has always loved the Australian bush, and painting it and the animals that live in it.
He was 20 km from the Black Saturday bushfires, but remembers the taste of ash in the thick, hazy air, and seeing the glow that night in the sky.
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