Brooke is a children’s author, primary school teacher and mum. She writes emotive stories that help children to cope with life’s ups and downs. Brooke is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), the Australian Society of Authors (ASA) and Write Links, a Brisbane based writers’ group. She coordinates an online picture book critique group and is also a member of a SCBWI Junior Fiction critique group for published authors.
In her spare time Brooke enjoys reading, bike riding, bush walking and hanging out with family and friends. Brooke lives with her daughter and three dogs in a cute country cottage on the outskirts of Brisbane, Australia.
CBCA SHORTLISTED - 2021
Go Away, Worry Monster!, illustrated by Robin Tatlow-Lord and published by EK Books was shortlisted by CBCA for New Illustrator of the Year Award. Congratulations Robin! Go Away, Worry Monster! can be ordered from www.ekbooks.org and wherever great books are sold.
Worry Monster loves ‘helping’ Archie worry, especially the night before he starts his new school. Archie feels so anxious that his head hurts, his tummy flutters and his heart pounds. He soon realizes that the only way to feel better is to make Worry Monster go away. He does his belly breaths and challenges his inner fears by facing facts. Go Away, Worry Monster! gives children useful strategies to cope with their anxieties and stress, showing them how to make their own Worry Monsters leave.
For teacher notes, published reviews and to hear the podcasts that feature Brooke Graham and Go Away, Worry Monster! visit: Go Away, Worry Monster! - EK Books
See the video trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRw-41IR6fE
Teachers, watch this video to see how Go Away, Worry Monster! can be used in the classroom. Parents, there is some useful info for you too! Brooke Graham Final 11 07 22 - YouTube
Nova's Missing Masterpiece
Due for release by EK Books later in 2023!
Brooke and Robin have teamed up again!
Nova has lost the gift she made for her Dad's birthday! She's going to need to stay calm if she wants to find it again.
When Nova realises the artwork she created for Dad's birthday present is missing, her tummy flip flops and her heart kerthumps. She and her dog, Harley, turn the house upside down, searching absolutely everywhere, but the missing masterpiece is nowhere to be found. Nova loses her temper but Harley remains calm and content. Can Nova learn from her dog, calm herself down and find her Dad's present in time for his birthday party?