Ursula Dubosarsky has the rare ability to
convey how the world and its challenges are perceived so differently by
children and adults. In more than 40 illustrated books, picture books, novels
for children and non-fiction books about language, she has become, in the words
of writer Sonya Hartnett, “the most graceful, most original writer for young
people in Australia – probably the world”.
In a session intended for adults,
but suitable for younger readers, she talks to literary critic and historian