A dreadful accident has catapulted its cargo of tigers into the Australian bush.
Alone, injured and dangerous, Hu is the one surviving tiger. She must rely on ancient Wadandi knowledge and learn the language of the land to survive.
Hunters, poachers and glory seekers surround her and the new sanctuary is deep in the forest.
Call of the Boodier is a vivid story that will transport you back in time
– Leanne Prior
Molly Fernandes was born in a small town in the wheatbelt in Western Australia. She grew up in Perth, spending her hol- idays exploring the natural environment of
Southwestern Australia. Her summers were spent exploring the shorelines of Cosie Corner and Emu Point.
Molly fell in love with books from a very young age and gained inspiration from many stories about animals to begin her writing life. She was an avid reader of Enid Blyton, Kenneth Grahame and Ernest Hemingway. Her passion for writing and art inspired her to become a primary school teacher. She has published two. Books; Owen’s Afternoon Tea and The Call of the Boodier.
Molly’s love of nature always draws her towards gardening, hiking and observing the birds that visit her garden. Today she lives with her family on the northern beaches of Perth in Western Australia. Writing is as much an ad- venture for her as reading and she thoroughly enjoys bringing stories to life in text and in drawing.
Other great Books by Molly Fernandes
Owen’s Afternoon Tea is the story of Owen the Ornithologist, a boy who loves birds. On his most dangerous quest of all, Owen encounters the largest eagle of them all. Will his expedition end in cake or chaos. This rhyming picture book is illustrated by botanical artist Marlene Lozano and written by Molly Fernandes. The book celebrates science, birdlife and raises awareness about habitat destruction.
A book for young bird lovers. The My Bird Journal is an informative journal full of detailed facts about birds, journaling pages, blank templates and writing pages to fill with your own notes and drawings.