So She Did: The Story of May Wirth
At a time when girls weren’t encouraged to be bold and daring, Australian circus rider May Wirth lived by her own rules.
Instead of just looking pretty on a fancy circus pony, she longed to do thrilling stunts that would amaze crowds with her courage and skill . . . So she did.
Here is the story of a girl from humble beginnings who defied expectations and became the world’s bareback riding queen. Written by Simi Genzuik and illustrated by Renee Treml.Buy the Book
- Published: 28 May, 2019
- ISBN: 9781925712926
- Pages: 32
Praise For So She Did: The Story of May Wirth
Condensing a person’s entire life into picture book form is no easy feat, but Simi Genzuik and Renee Treml deliver the goods in So She Did, a story about famous Australian circus performer May Wirth.
Suited to readers aged 4–8, this is a fun and interesting addition to the ‘girls can do it’ genre that is burgeoning at the moment.
Renée has written and illustrated seven picture books including award-winning Once I Heard a Little Wombat, and Wombat Big, Puggle Small.See all books