Check out my current books below.
Listen. And you will hear the voices of Ancestors. Speaking to us. Guiding us. Leading us on the path to knowledge of culture, of Country. To reconciliation. Listen.
Listen encourages the reader to reflect on the importance of listening and truth-telling in response to Australia's complex history.
Created by Nicole Godwin and co-author Duncan Smith, with artwork by Jandamarra Cadd.
Magpie has one job, one desire, one purpose: KEEP THE EGGS SAFE. Always on alert for danger, will Magpie’s determination be enough when rock-carrying intruders arrive? Why do magpies swoop and why do we have such a fascination with them?
Discover more about these clever and cheeky and charming songbirds through this delightful book with illustrations by Susannah Crispe.
What does it mean to be a citizen of Australia? Being an Australian comes with rights and responsibilities. This timely book highlights the questions we face as a nation and suggests a way forward walking together.
Nicole Godwin, Duncan Smith and Jandamarra Cadd have created a book about reconciliation and hope.
What happens when a jellyfish falls in love with a plastic bag she mistakes for a jelly-boy? He is big and strong, and so very brave, but hides a dangerous truth.
Nicole Godwin and Christopher Nielsen join forces in this cautionary conservation tale about protecting out oceans.
Billie the dolphin adores surfing. She’s off to find the biggest wave — the hugest of huge, the giant of giants — a wave that makes her feel happy, safe and free. Join Billie on her adventure as she travels the oceans, saving new friends in dire circumstances.
This eye-opening story draws attention to the human-made perils for dolphins and other marine wildlife. It highlights the urgent need for us to act now to protect and conserve our oceans.
Little Ella the elephant dreams of seeing her mum once again. But can she escape? Is she even brave enough to try?
Join baby Ella on her heart-wrenching quest for freedom, happiness and love.
This captivating picture book provides a glimpse into the lives of elephants being used in the tourism industry. A story that helps plant seeds of compassion for animals, it also highlights our planet’s desperate need for conservation.