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Unforgotten by Tohby Riddle


Unforgotten by Tohby Riddle

Nobody knows where they come from.But they come.Impossible birds of the big skyand the long night.So begins this timely and timeless story, told in magnificent images and words by master storyteller, Tohby Riddle. A triumph of quiet beauty.

About the Author

Tohby Riddle is an award-winning writer, illustrator, cartoonist, designer and sometime editor based in Sydney. He has written and illustrated numerous well-loved picture books; written a young adult novel; was the cartoonist for Good Weekend for nearly ten years; and is a former editor of The School Magazine, a literary magazine for children published by the NSW Department of Education.

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Publication date

31st March 2018


Tohby Riddle

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Murdoch Books


128 pages


Picture books



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