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One Thousand Snapshots

By Steve Heron - ISBN: 9781922594747

RRP: $26.95

One Thousand Snapshots
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Author Bio

Steve’s passion is to write books for children with a unique blend of heart, hope, humour, and help to create stories that touch and tickle hearts.

Maximus, his first middle-grade novel was published by Serenity Press in 2018 

His first trade-published picture book, Ling Li’s Lantern MidnightSun Publishing in 2020.

Diploma of Children’s Writing and Publishing, Australian College - 2015.

Steve is the founder of Nurture Works Foundation and developed the acclaimed ‘BUZ – Build Up Zone’ programs for children.

He received an Order of Australia Medal in 2016 for contribution to the social and emotional wellbeing of children.

One Thousand Snapshots

By Steve Heron - ISBN: 9781922594747

RRP: $26.95

A picture is worth a thousand words… so they say.

After losing her father in a car accident four years earlier, eleven-year-old Maddy is trying to navigate her way through life without her biggest hero; her dad.

Her guilt over what she believes was her part in his death leads Maddy on a quest to take one thousand snapshots of moments in time and with people she loves, wishing she were able to share them with him.

This leads her to an encounter with djidi djidi, a willie wagtail who reminds Maddy that there is hope, even when life seems difficult.

A story of a search for belonging and a fear of abandonment in a world of ever-changing emotions.

Maddy will make you laugh, cry and cheer for her as she takes you through her journey.

It’s picture perfect!

* Age recommended 8 to 12 years of age

“A wonderfully written and considered story by a very talented author who knows youth well and respects his story craft and his characters with true expressions… A beautiful book...” Karen, Indie Book reviewer


2021 AAFT Awards - One Thousand Snapshots WA Premier One Thousand Snapshots

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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Australian Publishers Association SPN