The Trampolines That Nadia Built
Darren C. Ong
Illustrated by Anngee Neo
Nadia builds bigger and bigger trampolines so she can jump to the moon, but each one fails to take her there. Her animal friends ask to jump on her trampolines and have lots of fun doing so. But Nadia is still sad that she cannot go to the moon. Then the animals come up with a plan...
About the Author
Darren Ong is an academic from Kuching, Sarawak. He holds a PhD in mathematics from Rice University in Houston, USA.
He is now an associate professor at Xiamen University Malaysia. He wrote this book whilst in the US as a lecturer to help a friend, who was struggling through a difficult doctorate programme.
For many years, Darren has volunteered to teach mathematics to young children.
About the Illustrator
Anngee Neo is a Singaporean illustrator who works predominantly in the digital medium to create illustrations with an emphasis on storytelling and characterisation that have been described as quirky, surreal and whimsical.
Clients includes HP, SJ50 Matsuri, The National Art Gallery Singapore, Singapore Cable Car and GAP. She is also the illustrator of several books, including The Phantom of Oxley Castle, The Crane and the Crab and The Rock and the Bird, which won the Hedwig Anuar Children’s Book Award and a Singapore Book Award.
Size: 175 x 260mm
Published: January 2018