A semi-educational tale of flounders that live, hide and feed in a tidal estuary - a windswept mudflat called Boundary Flat. Throughout the seasons they watch out for nets and fish hooks and narrowly escape being caught. A blend of fact and fiction describes the special characteristics of this unusual fish. This is a book for every New Zealand child who is interested in nature and the seashore. By Suzanne Singleton, and illustrated by Nikki Slade-Robinson.
About the Author
Suzanne Singleton currently lives at Tindalls Beach on the beautiful Hibiscus Coast, north of Auckland. Before settling in this idyllic spot in 2014 she worked in the Bay of Plenty, prior to that in London for several years and for many years, in Auckland. As a former psychologist Suzanne has had the privilege to work in a variety of places and institutions and to meet a large number of immensely interesting individuals across a richly diverse spectrum.
Her first book published in 2012 is a short story collection called The Promise. This was followed by a novel, The Koneke in 2013. Boundary Flat Flounders published in 2014 is her first children’s book.
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