Posted by: Trudie Trewin | December 16, 2009

Wibbly Cover

This is the front cover for Wibbly Wobbly Street, due for release next May. Cheryl Orsini has done a terrific job of the illustrations – the houses and people of Wibbly Wobbly Street are just as wacky as I imagined them to be.

It looks great on the computer screen, but I’m sure I’ll love the way it looks on the shelves even more! Come on May!



  1. Hey Trudie

    Beautiful – can’t wait for this one to come …roll on May!

    Well done you!

    Bye 4 now

  2. I love it! My favourite covers are ones like this – with lots of interest points. Cheryl is very talented and I’m sure this cover will draw lots of readers into your words.

    • Thanks for your comments Tina and Sandy. I love that there is so much to look at too, Sandy – and I can just imagine little fingers pointing to all the weird and wonderful things in the picture.

  3. What a fantabulous, wobbly cover. Congratulations Trudie.


  4. Hee hee… It’s snowing in sunny Qld…

    Love the crazy cover, Trudie – particularly the clever title. And I won’t be at all surprised if we spy a certain mad green hatter popping up in those illustrations somewhere… 🙂

  5. It’s an enticing cover!

    (And your blog has dandruff.)

    • lol – it’s a bit northern hem isn’t it! But wordpress didn’t have an option for blazing sun and thongs flopping across the screen!

  6. I look forward to holding that gorgeous book in my hands. Beautiful. Congrats, Trudie.
    cheers Angela

    • Me too, Angela! Thanks.

  7. Congrats Trudie! It’s a great story and Cheryl’s pic is fantastic.

    Can’t wait to see the final product.

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