About This Author
Request Author Booking
Vikki Conley is a children’s author, presenter and creative guru. She’s worked as a journalist, photographer and professional communicator for over 20 years, across three continents.
Vikki is a CBCA schools program author and an active player in both the arts and literary industries. She loves creating multi-art form experiences for children at schools, libraries and festivals. Her creative literacy and story-art sessions bring the natural world, drama, puppetry and innovative thinking into the classroom.
Ella and Mrs Gooseberry, Little Puggle’s Song and Christmas Wonder are Vikki’s recent publications. In 2020 she’ll release Tomorrow Girl and The Lost Moustache. In her spare time, Vikki does cartwheels and searches for platypus in the rivers near her home in Eltham.
Virtual visits available
Featured Author Videos
No featured videos available.
Books by Vikki Conley
Best Suited 6 – 9 years
Milly’s mulberry tree is the centre of her world; the place where she plays with her Papa, learns about nature, and creates magical potions… until she grows up and finds herself in a faraway land, still dreaming of home. A delightful story about the importance of exploration, appreciating nature, and keeping home close to our hearts.
Best Suited for ages 6+Years
Catch up with a girl called Tomorrow as she rushes through life. But when Tomorrow meets Yesterday and trips over Today, her whole world begins to slow down. Tomorrow Girl is a quirky tale delivering a timely reminder of mindfulness and what can happen when we allow ourselves time to be in the moment.
Best Suited 3-6 years
It begins with a tiny seed growing inside a suitcase. With Amira’s care, the tiny seed starts to sprout. Find out what happens when kindness flourishes . . . Amira’s Suitcase is a gentle, thought-provoking tale about friendship and hope.
Best Suited 5+ years
When Frankie finds a moustache, she is completely baffled. Who loses a moustache?! Frankie launches an investigation, determined to return the moustache to its rightful owner. Engaging, amusing and delightfully quirky. Themes: creativity, imagination, curiosity, theatre, joy of dressing up, fun.
Best Suited 3+ Years
A lonely echidna searches for his voice. Every time Puggle tires to make sound nothing comes out. Can Puggle find his voice and join the bush choir?
Best Suited 6+ Years
Grumpy old Mrs Gooseberry has lost her love. Ella wants to help her find it. A heart-warming book about love and giving.