Jane Tanner

Australia, 1987

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Episode of Series “Cover to cover”.
Jane Tanner is a Melbourne-based illustrator of children’s books, best known for her illustrations in “Time for a Rhyme” and “There’s a Sea in my Bedroom”. She and Allan Baillie, who writes the text for children’s books, are interviewed by Trevor Lunn. Jane discusses her career, what she thinks makes a good picture book and displays examples of her work as she explains her working methods. She and Allan then discuss collaborating on books.

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