Elizabeth Pulford has published stories, poems, and articles for both adults and children, along with over sixty books for children and young adults. Four of her children’s books, The Memory Tree, Call of the Cruins), Tussock, and Finding Monkey Moon were finalists in the New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards.
Astrid Matijasevich is a versatile graphic designer, trained at Auckland University of Technology, specializing in visual material for children.
About the Book
One dark and stormy night Henry hears a strange sound, and in the morning he can see a goose in his sand box. His mother says the goose is exhausted and they must leave him to recover. So Henry waits.