Have you ever been to Australia?
Australia's High Country is a place of amazing contrasts, from snow-covered peaks, deep glacial lakes, giant granite boulder fields and vibrant displays of blossoming alpine wild flowers.
These stories take place at Mount Kosciusko, the highest mountain in Australia.
All the little friends in this series are Australian Native Animals.
Story #1: Wedding Petals
Can Buzz find the perfect gift in time for Queen Bee's wedding?
Story #2: A Wind Called Kareela
Can Buzz get home before the wind carries him away forever?
Story #3: How Cobber got his Color
Can Buzz save Cobber before his icy pool freezes over?
Story #4: A Rainy Day
Can Kozzie save Pippy and Buzz from the rising river?
Story #5: Bully Bully Blue Bird
Can Buzz escape from Bully Bird in time to save Pippy from the hot sun?
Elizabeth Harry's love for children has kept her writing for the children's genre for over 15 years. Her experience includes script writing for television and stage performances, as well as published works.
Elizabeth Harry's Experience:
* Screentime Australia Concept Creator/ Head Writer 'Diggers and Dumpers' 52 x 5 min 1998, 1999;
* Pearson Education Autralia 'Comet' Magazine Writer 1998, 1999, 2000;
* Southern Star Pacific 2 x 24 min episode 7 & 9 for the series 'High Flyers' 1999;
* Kids Like Us Productions 'Hi-5' complete series 2 - 26 x 3 min, and series 3 � 26 x 3 min 2000, 2001;
* Energee Entertainment Developmental Creator/ Head Writer for the series 'Lil Bebop Worshop' 2001, 2002;
* King and Associates Media Head Writer 'The Animal of Catani Gardens ' 1 x 75 minute live action production 2003, 2004;
* Concept Creator / Head Writer for:
* 'Diggers and Dumper' 1998;
* 'Lil Bebop Worshop' 1999;
* 'Tools At Work' 2002-2003;
* 'Butterfly Gorge' 2004-2005;
* 'Bordan' 2006;
* 'The Unicorn' 2007;
* 'Little Fish and Mudskippers' 2008;
* 'Pirate Stew' 2009;
* 'Spy Games' 2010;
* 'Seahorse Stables' 2010;
* 'Dragon Boy' 2011;
* 'The Rabbit Fairies' 2011;
* 'A Witches World' 2012;
* 'Beware of Werepup' 2012;
ELIZABETH HARRY AWARDS:
*APRA Award for "Best Music For Children's Television Hi-5 Songlets" 2002.