Two more Pemberthy sightings to report. the first is from Helen and her daughter Anna in Bull Creek, a suburb of Perth. Helen tells me: ‘My daughter, Anna,is a big Pemberthy fan!’
Thanks Anna and thanks Helen too.
The second sighting is from Melbourne where illustrator Jacqui Grantford tells me she has several copies of Pemberthy. Of course she does – Jacqui is the very talented illustrator who brought Pemberthy to life!
So the map now looks like this, with the two new dots the teal ones.
Pemberthy has now been spotted in:
Melbourne (three times)
Brisbane – in a bookshop
Logan (QLD) in a bookshop
Sydney (twice) in a bookshop
Stanwell Park (NSW)
Boyup Brook (Country WA)
Redland Bay, Cleveland and Victoria Point in SE Qld
Mapping Pemberthy’s travels is proving a fun exercise for me and I’m rapt with the interest being shown from Pemberthy fans. If you’ve seen Pemberthy, in your home, in a bookstore, or in a library, be sure to leave a comment and let me know. And, if you’ve just tuned in and are wondering what this is all about you can read the original post for an explanation of what I’m doing.
Have a lovely Friday. It’s the last day of school for the term here in the West, and I’m looking forward to having my babies home. Murphlets one and two came home from Perth last night, and the other four will be on holidays as of 3.15, so the house will be noisy – but it is the noise of fun, so that’s okay 🙂