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Go Home, Cheeky Animals!

Johanna Bell Dion Beasley

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Allen & Unwin
01 March 2022
WINNER: CBCA Book of the Year, Early Childhood, 2017 WINNER: Territory Read Awards, Children's or Young Adult, 2018
At Canteen Creek where we live, there are cheeky dogs everywhere. But when the cheeky goats, donkeys, buffaloes and camels make mischief in the camp, the dogs just lie there - until those pesky animals really go too far. Then the cheeky camp dogs roar into action!
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Illustrated by:   Dion Beasley
Imprint:   Allen & Unwin
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 260mm,  Width: 235mm, 
Weight:   214g
ISBN:   9781761065927
ISBN 10:   1761065920
Pages:   32
Publication Date:  
Recommended Age:   From 3 to 6 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Dion Beasley is well known across the Northern Territory as the artist behind the much loved T-shirt brand, Cheeky Dogs. Dion's formal art career started in 2006 when the first Cheeky Dogs T- shirt line was launched. Since then, his reputation as an accomplished visual artist has grown from strength to strength. Dion's talents are particularly remarkable given he has muscular dystrophy and is profoundly deaf. He grew up in the Northern Territory and now lives on the Fraser Coast. Johanna lives in Darwin with her partner, daughter and a backyard full of green tree frogs. Her writing career got off to a bumpy start when she was so busy composing a story in her head that she accidentally drove into the back of a taxi. It was while driving on a bumpy stretch of road outside Alice Springs that the beginnings of the Cheeky Dog books, took shape. Working with Dion has changed the way Johanna sees the world and tells stories.

  • Short-listed for Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year - Indigenous Children 2016 (Australia)
  • Winner of CBCA Book of the Year 2017 (Australia)
  • Winner of Early Childhood 2018 (Australia)

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