Eddy For Endangered Fauna
Diana Reynolds-Rule is a freelance illustrator and designer with an extensive creative professional portfolio that includes teaching visual art extensively at TAFE and COFA, graphic design for the ABC, Optus and Foxtel and set design and Art Direction for film and television. Over many years, Diana has developed a proficiency of crafting distinct and immersive settings and engaging narratives that transport the viewer to new worlds. This crucial role in storytelling has contributed significantly in the realms of writing and illustrating four of her own children’s books. In ‘Eddy for Endangered Fauna’ the important message of the conservation of Australia's most vulnerable animals is cleverly interwoven with each character and scene Reynolds-Rule brings to life through vibrant and imaginative illustration.
‘Eddy for Endangered Fauna’ is the sequel to ‘Fiona For Flora’ and Reynolds-Rule’s 4th children’s book, which include ’High Street Kew East’ / Random Century’ and ‘Lost and Found’ / Collins’. As an indie publisher, Diana has written and illustrated, ‘A Small Girl’s 1960s Tasmania’ and ‘A Small Girl’s 1960s Launceston’