Bree’s Forest Adventure Miriam Wei Wei Lo with illustrations by Emily-Rose Lochore


Bree’s Forest Adventure

Miriam Wei Wei Lo with illustrations by Emily-Rose Lochore

A gentle walk in the tall karri forest for Bree and her family, looking for wildflowers. They are happy to see different species of orchids and see some pretty little birds. And finally they find what they are really looking for – the very rare Karri spider orchid!

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On their journey, over rotting logs, under fallen branches, around a mossy rock and through prickly bushes, the children take turns to discover a variety of fascinating flowers and fairy-wren birds.
Miriam Wei Wei Lo 

Miriam Wei Wei Lo writes poetry, creative non-fiction, performance pieces, and books for children. She is of mixed Chinese-Malaysian and Anglo-Australian descent. She was born in Canada, grew up in Singapore, and now lives in Margaret River, Western Australia. She studied Literature and History at the University of Western Australia, and has a PhD in Creative Writing from the University of Queensland. She is a past winner of the Western Australian Premier's Prize for Poetry. Miriam currently works part time for Sheridan College. She is a member of SCBWI and also of several writing groups. She is married to Mike, who works as a Baptist pastor. They have three children. She loves snorkelling, gardening, talking to God, cooking, bashing out a tune on the piano, and playing with words. 

Emily-Rose Lochore is a student at Margaret River Senior High School. She loves reading, writing, drawing, playing the clarinet and going for walks in spring to look for wildflowers (especially orchids).

‘Miriam Wei Wei Lo and her illustrator daughter, Emily-Rose Lochore, have created a rich, lively story from their experiences walking through the Boranup Forest of Margaret River.’ Reading Time Review

‘The text is rhythmic and gentle, the art work is splendid, and it’s great to see a title so beautifully located in WA.’ WritingWA

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