It’s the name of the beautifully illustrated children’s book, which I bought as a gift for one of my youngest son’s friends the other week. The book is the debut children’s novel by author Santa Fiore, which was co-written with her historian and writer partner Simon Sebag Montefiore. The front cover caught my eye as well as the story about the smallest rabbit being the biggest hero and life being an adventure.
Winter is on its way and it was pretty cold yesterday. Mr Rosanna and I actually took our children bowling for the first time with some other families and it was a lot of fun! OZ Tenpin Bowling in Grimshaw Street Bundoora was actually booked out with competition on so we found ourselves instead at AMF Keon Park in industrial Thomastown.
We actually loved the quiet of the centre (above) which we had almost to ourselves when we arrived although more people started spilling in as we left. There is something timeless about old school bowling alleys like these with their arcade games (anyone up for a pinball machine game or air hockey?) and hot chips for the kids. It was a great way to spend a wintry day indoors.
A few things to mention today. The Nillumbik Prize 2017 Exhibition opening is on at Montsalvat in Eltham this Thursday 1 June and I was also reading with interest about the opening of the Mister Morris Studios in Preston, which still has some vacancies if you’re an artist, designer, maker or some kind of like-minded professional looking for a creative space.
Meanwhile if you’re a fan of Pop & Scott, they are holding a Melbourne sample sale with up to 80% off this coming Saturday and Sunday at their Melbourne showroom at 27a Hayes Street in Northcote.