Come Over to My House

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Come Over To My House is a delightful picture book that explores the home lives of children and parents who are Deaf or disabled. Co-written by disability advocate Eliza Hull and bestselling author Sally Rippin, the inclusive rhyming text authentically explores the characters' various disabilities. 

A cast of friendly characters invite friends over for a play – there’s fun to be had, food to eat and families to meet!
 
Come over to my house. Come over and play!
I’ll show you around, you can stay the whole day.
We’ll swing on the swing-set and splash in the pool.
Then I’ll race you inside where my bedroom is cool.

Featuring a gorgeous die-cut cover, bright illustrations and a diverse cast, this is a must-read for all families.
 
 

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ISBN:

9781761210082

Format:

Hardback

Pages:

32

Dimensions:

27cm x 22cm

Weight:

350g

RRP:

$24.99

Publisher:

Hardie Grant Children's Publishing

Published:

21 September 2022

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Eliza Hull

Eliza Hull is an award-winning musician, writer and disability advocate. Her music has been described as ‘stirring, captivating and heartfelt.’ Eliza is a proud disabled person, with a physical condition ‘Charcot Marie Tooth.’ She is the creator and editor of ‘We’ve Got This – stories by disabled parents’ the book which

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Sally Rippin

Sally Rippin is one of Australia’s best-selling and most-beloved children’s authors. She has written over 50 books for children and young adults, and her mantel holds numerous awards for her writing. Best known for her Billie B Brown and Hey Jack!, and Polly and Buster series, Sally loves to write stories with heart, as well as characters that resonate with children, parents and teachers alike.  Photo Credit: Sister Scout Photography

ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR

Daniel Gray-Barnett

Daniel Gray-Barnett is an illustrator and author from the Huon Valley in lutruwita/Tasmania. He likes to think of himself as someone who was put on this planet to tell a few stories before he turns into a grumpy old man. He’s worked with clients including Disney, Kiehl’s, Sydney Opera House and The New York Times and his first picture book, Grandma Z, won a Children’s Book Council of