'We walk this same brown earth – you and me, Murrawee . . . ' In this lyrical, beautifully observed picture book, we see through the eyes of a young girl camping on the river with her family, life as it would have been two hundred years ago.
Kerri Hashmi grew up in the Adelaide Hills. While working as a teacher and as a diplomat, she travelled extensively, and lived in Asia. This has given her a lifelong interest in learning about other cultures. Kerri now lives with her family near the Murrumbidgee River, which gave her the inspiration for her book You and Me, Murrawee.
Felicity Marshall spent her childhood in the country on the outskirts of Perth where she developed an enduring love of the Australian bush and its wildlife. She has travelled widely, been a teacher, and worked in the film industry. Felicity is a practising fine artist and lives with her two teenage children.