How The Sailor Rode The Brumby

“The watchers tumbled off the rail.
The boss layed down and roared,
While Jack held tight by mane and tail
And rocked about on board.
But still he clung as monkeys cling
To rudder, line and flap,
Although at every bound and spring
They thought his neck might snap”

“How The Sailor Rode The Brumby” is a delightful poem and tale about a sailor who decides to become a stockman in outback Australia. The story and illustrations share a witty humour that warms the heart and captures the imagination.  Skillfully and beautifully illustrated by Graphic Designer and Fine Artist Max Caesar, this book appeals to both children and adults alike. If you would like to purchase a copy at $12 ea plus freight, I can point you in the right direction. In case you are not aware, Max is my Father and Mentor, and this book is not to be missed!! Express your interest in the comments field and Ill email you back. Nat

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4 responses to “How The Sailor Rode The Brumby

  1. christine dennis

    I was given a a water colour original by Max Caeser .I googled him and came upon this site.The painting is of a stockman leaning on his horse while it has a drink .I love it .
    Kind Regards

  2. Melissa

    Hi Nat

    I would like to purchase a copy of the book please.

    Thank you

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