A warm, inspirational story about determination, conservation, the magic of nature . . . and grandads.
In a noisy, grey city, Sam and his Grandpa long for the deep, dark wonderful jungle.
But when their dream comes true, can they find a way to protect it?
A delightful story book for all generations about the magic of wild places and the amazing things we can achieve when we all work together.
The Tree at Number 43 inspires hope for the future of our environment without any sense of doom and gloom.
A book for parents and grandparents to share and enjoy with kids, whether they want to create a garden at home or change the world.
About The Author
Jess McGeachin is a writer/illustrator/designer based in Melbourne. He loves telling stories about hidden worlds just outside our own, and hiding clues in them for small eyes to find.
Drawing on a love of natural history (and a day job at Melbourne Museum), Jess hopes that his stories inspire the reader to explore both real and imaginary places and meet the characters that live in them.