Sue Bormann grew up in the little river town of Mannum, in South Australia. From an early age, she loved animals, young children and country life. This led her to rescue and care for numerous animals and birds, including a tawny frogmouth! She is a life member of the Adelaide Zoo.
After leaving school, Sue became a nanny, then a governess on an outback station. She travelled overseas before becoming a junior primary teacher. She has a passion for helping children with special needs and this is one of the reasons she wrote this story.
Now that Sue’s two sons are young adults, she has time to focus on one of her dreams again—writing children’s stories!
This is Sue’s first published picture book and it is inspired by her hope to have all children dream beyond the boundaries of reality.
I always believed that if I could flap my arms hard and fast enough, one day I would be able to fly!We all want to be good at something. So does Penny!But Penny is NOT a typical 8-year-old! She has a great imagination and big dreams and ambitions. And in her special place, she is able to achieve ...