You are browsing the 'Books' Gallery

« Back to Main Gallery Page

Additional Works

Weekend at the Market Oxford Literacy Series, Oxford University Press, 2010

Olivia’s Room Oxford Literacy Series, Oxford University Press, 2009

No Doubt About It Traditional Literature, Trillium Publishing, 2007

Green Garden Tips 5 Mile Press, 2002

The Real Baby Names Book Crown Content Pty Ltd, 2001 (book jacket)

On-the-Mark Books,  McGraw Hill, US: The Monkey and the Turtle 2001, Family Night 2001

Nature’s Super Foods Thomas Lothian,1998

Reading Discovery Series, Scholastic Australia: Which Hat Today 1996

Educational Series, Mimosa:  Lunchtime 1997

Sheridan Roger’s Food Year Simon & Schuster, 1997 (50 black & white illustrations)

Magazine Illustrations

Melbourne/Sydney’s Child, 2010(color illustrations)

Melbourne Business Review Melbourne Business School, 1997-2009 (10 black and white illustrations plus color cover, bi-yearly publication)

Personal Investor Magazine Fairfax Publications,1997-2001 (4-5 color illustrations per month, monthly publication)

Australia Post Publication Australia Post, 2001 (color cover for advertisement publication )


Christopher Award N.Y., U.S.A., Rosie & The Yellow Ribbon, 1992

The Christopher Awards recognize creative people achieving excellence in film, books and television; affirming the highest values of the human spirit.


Her Book

“Simplicity itself is destined to charm the youngest story devotees, Wolf’s first book marks a debut of rare promise.  Primarily through softly shaded, outsized color pictures that suggest a child’s naive art, readers following happenings in a day enjoyed by a little girl cunningly kept invisible until the story’s finale.” - Publishers Weekly

Adelaide to Zeke

“This alluring book will have its place amongst the minds of readers, particularly the playful idea of contiguousness.  Wolf’s flat figures inhabit a kaleidoscopic world of color, wavering shapes and fancifully naive patterns” - Publishers Weekly

The Best Present is Me

“The sights and smells of New York are portrayed in charming pictures and lively text” – Instructor Magazine

Rosie and the Yellow Ribbon

“The childlike colored-pencil illustrations capture the softly shaded textures and patterns of a multiethnic urban neighborhood.  The simple lines and pleasing layout add to the appeal of this gentle story of friendship and trust.”  – School Library Journal