I’m sharing the Diggory’s story with you in serial fashion, two pages a day, over a 9 day period.
PG 15: BAM! Diggory, the gum tree, the thorny bush, the Numbat , the Quoll and the Platypus went rolling down the hill.
PG 16: Finally, they reached the bottom of the hill. After disentangling from each other,the numbat sat shaking and pointing at Diggory in accusation. “I guess Wombats aren’t meant to fly,” said Diggory, sadly. The Numbat shook his finger again, then turned and stomped away.
Stay tune for Part 9, the (not so ) exciting conclusion of Diggory Wombat Goes Flying, tomorrow!
Details Behind the Story
Way back in June, for his July birthday, my hubby asked for a follow-up story to the Diggory Wombat Gets Lost book that I wrote and illustrated for him. Unfortunately, my Muse wasn’t interested so, after months of dithering, I wrote and illustrated the book in 4 days!
This book was done in one of Hahnemühle’s ZigZag accordion books. The book is one long sheet, folded into 18 pages. I love working on this paper!