About Me


Kids Read This

I wrote a story in Grade 6 about a super-rich horse that had a silken stable and solid gold taps. After that I didn’t write any more stories till I was in about Grade 48 – don’t ask me I’m not good at Maths. But I did draw lots of stories and cartoons. My favourite characters were raindrops and they appeared on birthday cards and Christmas cards. They looked a bit like this:

I think stories can be told in a million different ways by taking your great ideas and making them into paintings, cartoons, photos, movies, animations, plays, poems or songs.

Warning: Boring stuff

Tracey Lennon has completed a Bachelor of Arts (UQ), Bachelor of Applied Science Interior Design (QUT), Cert IV Professional Writing and Editing (CAE Melb) and Cert IV TESOL (BNIT TAFE). She has had articles published in regional and local newspapers, trade magazine Multihull World and kid’s magazine Scientriffic whilst working in communications at RMIT. She has had 4 novels for children published, Bad Hair Days, Fish Tales, The Fish Files and The Great Island Adventure. Her poems for children: Glimmer, P’s and Q’s and The Need for Speed, articles: King of the World, Freaky Creatures, Pirates at School and play The Secret Club have been published in The NSW School Magazine and Pearson School magazines.