Where is the Green Sheep? Special Event - with Illustrator Judy Horacek

In 1988, the National Wool Museum officially opened – with HRH Queen Elizabeth II cutting the ribbon! In 2018, the Museum turns 30 and you’re invited to join us in the birthday celebrations.

‘Where is the Green Sheep?’ illustrator Judy Horacek visits the National Wool Museum for our special 30th birthday party with Judy revealing how she created the much loved story with Mem Fox. 

Book your session with Judy Horacek (45 minutes) and stay all morning at the Museum - from 10:00am to 12:00pm - for birthday celebrations with the Green Sheep and the Museum team.

Event includes story reading, live drawing, book signings with Judy as well as arts, crafts, birthday cake and more!

Suitable for everyone, from 3+.

Bookings essential.

Book early to avoid disappointment.

More about Judy Horacek

Judy Horacek’s first picture book was the beloved Where is the Green Sheep, which she created with Mem Fox. Green Sheep won the 2005 Children’s Book Council Book of the Year - Early Childhood medal and has now sold over a million copies in Australia. 

Mem and Judy have since created four more books together, including Good Night Sleep Tight and its just released companion, Bonnie and Ben Rhyme Again

Picture books that Judy has written herself as well as illustrated include Yellow is My Colour Star, These Are My Hands/These Are My Feet, and The Story of Growl.

Judy is also a cartoonist and her work currently appears twice weekly in the Age. Her most recent cartoon collection is Random Life.

09 December 2018
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09 December 2018, 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
National Wool Museum
26-32 Moorabool Street, Geelong 3220
Adult: $10.00
(Additional adults. Booking fees apply.)
Child: $15.00
(Booking fees apply. Includes one free adult when accompanying a child.)
Family: $40.00
(Family pass includes 2 adults & up to 4 children). Booking fees apply.)
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Page last updated: Friday, 9 November 2018