Download Nightfish djvu

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by Helen McCosker

Author: Helen McCosker
Language: English
Publisher: FIVE MILE PRESS (2006)
Pages: 32 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.8
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Publication: The Nightfish. Author + Illustrator: Helen McCosker. Published by: The Five Mile Press. This book is currently out of print and so unfortunately I cannot include it in my shop. Premiers Reading List, QLD, 2009. National Library of Australia.

The Nightfish is an Australian picture book written and illustrated by Helen McCosker. The storyworld of this picture book is an interesting mixture of cosy and scary. The little fishing village, nestled at the end of a bay, is cosy. Published in 2006, this children’s story makes a good counterpoint to There’s A Sea In My Bedroom (1984). In Margaret Wild’s 1984 story, a boy takes a shell home with him from the beach and - as a child of the eighties I can tell you - no one thought twice about taking souvenirs from nature. The off-kilter perspective can go either way in illustrations, seeming either childlike or scary, depending on context.

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Longtime residents Mary McCosker and Mary Solon of the Lafayette Historical Society present this work in the spirit of chronicling and preserving Lafayette’s history for future generations.

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