Picture Book Apps
Experience Hazel's vintage picture books in a new digital format and multiple languages from Itunes as downloadable apps and games. Can be shared on smart phones, tablets and in classrooms.
Available in Spanish, Dutch, Italian, French, Japanese, Simplified Chinese and German.
Fish & Chips & Jaws (For ages 3+)
'Fish & Chips & Jaws' is a trio of pet goldfish with attitude.
Before 3 goldfish came to live at home, Mum thought all goldfish were boring. Using Tinytap's sound board, reading and question pages, kids can learn just how fun pet fish can be!
Illustrator: Rae Dale.
Not Lost, Just Somewhere Else (For ages 3+)
'Not Lost, Just Somewhere Else' is from the quirky viewpoint of a child. How can things be lost, if they are still around? Somewhere else? And how can you be lost if you are with yourself? Even Gran's memory is still somewhere.
Illustrator: Leanne Argent
Developed by Tiny Tap. Available from Itunes.
The Hundreds and Thousands Kid
Quintana sees people in the shape of numbers. She figures out answers to problems. A story to encourage creative maths ideas.
Quintana is The Hundreds and Thousands Kid , who is five shaped.
Illustrator: Rosemary Wilson
Illustrator Kilmeny Niland.
Feymouse is a big and clumsy cat born into a family of highly talented mice.
Explores coping successfully with being different.
Developed as a vintage picture book apps by Blue Quoll. On Youtube.
Stay connected with Hazel!
Events & Appearances 2018
1st Fri each month PROV 10-1pm Mentoring & Finishing Book-Length Non Fiction.
5th 10-1pm PROV 'Finishing Book-Length Project'
Feb 3rd (Sat) 11am Victorian Medical Women's Society historical walk.
Feb 6th 6:30-8.pm pm Dymocks Camberwell Tues Book Club 'Celebrant Sleuth' talk & signing at Barolo Trattoria, 885 Burke Rd, C'well (need to book)
March 3rd Indian Fundraiser
March 8th Donvale Library Writing a Non Boring Family History
March 13th (Tues) Watsonia Library 6-7 pm
March 24th Goulburn Readers/Writers' Festival
April 20th (Fri) Hazelnuts
June 7th Adelaide: Early Childhood Educators' conference
August 4th 10-1pm Port Phillip Heritage Centre 'Writing a Non Boring Family History or Memoir' workshop