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Kenny & the Sticky Trap

By Tanya Middleton - Illustrated by Amanda Letcher - ISBN: 9781923101531

RRP: $24.95

Kenny andamp the Sticky Trap
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Author Bio

Tanya Middleton lives on the Central Coast of Australia and has loved books for as long as she can remember. Her stories are born out of a passion for animals, social and emotional learning and the thrill of adventure! 

She has a background in veterinary nursing and child welfare, which have contributed to her dream of becoming a children’s author. Tanya loves to travel the world, but her favourite thing to do is spend time with her black and white rescue cat, Levi the Brave. 

Kenny & the Sticky Trap

By Tanya Middleton - Illustrated by Amanda Letcher - ISBN: 9781923101531

RRP: $24.95

Kenny the Kookaburra

is on the hunt for some yummy kookaburra breakfast,
but Kenny’s mum has warned him not to fly too close to human backyards,
or he might become trapped like Old Uncle George.

Will Kenny listen to his mum’s warning?

Or will his hungry tummy get the better of him?

*Age recommended 3 to 8 years old


"A reminder of my own children, all very excited to play and not very excited to pay attention! A beautiful book with a thrilling adventure and a sweet and happy ending." Lee Indie Book Reviewer


Amanda is a Brisbane based illustrator and graphic designer with a love for children’s illustration and also things cute and humorous. After graduating from university with a Bachelor of Graphic design, Amanda moved to Brisbane and worked in the graphic design industry for 17 years. Amanda is now pursuing her passion as a children’s book illustrator and hopes to help authors create amazing stories that children will love to read. Amanda has 3 kids, 2 dogs and loves to read, watch movies and of course, draw whenever she can.  

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.

We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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