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Gaye Chapman is a visual artist of international standing and is one of the most significant painters and narrative illustrators working in Australia today with 15 globally published picture books to her name. She holds a PhD in Contemporary Art and her comprehensive body of work critically acclaimed. Gaye has been awarded many prestigious literary and fine art prizes, including the QLD Premier's Literary Award, White Ravens selection, numerous CBCA awards, the Archibald Prize Salon des Refuse, multiple-finalist the Sulman Prize; and numerous shortlisted prizes including the QLD Premier's Literary Award, Aurealis Award and CBCA Chrichton Award.
PreS-K-An unnamed narrator tells of the wonderful things her big sister can do that she can't. Olive can braid hair, knit, tie her shoelaces, play the accordion, skip rope, turn a cartwheel, and ride a scooter better than her younger sibling. But when Olive comes home from school, the hugs she gets from her little sister are the best in the world. The illustrations for this slight story are done digitally and then placed on fancy background papers and photographs. The style of the children's clothing places them in Victorian times. There's really no story here, just a young girl's admiration of her big sister.-Ieva Bates, Ann Arbor District Library, MI (c) Copyright 2012. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.