(Apologies for the late posting on this -- I thought I'd already posted about this in 2013.) I had the pleasure of illustrating another Australian Girl Doll book in the series, "Amy and the Wilpena Flood", written by
"Amy and her friends take another exciting adventure with the help of the rainbow necklace. After finding a map of South Australia marked with a mysterious location, the necklace takes them there. They find themselves in Wilpena Pound during the early 1900s, where they meet a girl named Jessie Hill, who lives there with her family. However, the girls’ friendship is tested in challenging circumstances as they try and save the family from a devastating flood. With little time to escape from the Hill’s homestead, they learn about courage, perseverance and the value of true friendship."
This is the third in the series of books I've illustrated for Australian Girl Doll. I've also made custom comic strips and colouring-in competitions for the brand - take a look at: http://www.australiangirldoll.com.au/
The first two are available below: