Stylised animal artwork at the bottom of each page was redrawn by Jane from relief designs on ten different Tharu houses, Rajapur Island, West Nepal.
This page is a dawn shot of Machhapuchhare, the 'fish-tail'.
HOME page: author portrait (in Norway) was taken by Sebastian Howarth, who also took the photo that appears at the bottom of each page.
CONTACTS page: Jane and family rafting on the Durance is thanks to Adelante.
ABOUT the Author page Jane in the French Alps by Simon Howarth.
The NEWS page is illustrated with a photo of Jane trying via ferrata also in the French Alps.
The TRAVEL HEALTH pages feature an interruption to a journey on Rajapur Island, west Nepal.
SCIENTIFIC publications pages feature the blind fish, Glossogobius ankaranensis, a new species that we discovered during the Crocodile Caves expedition to Madagascar.
Photo of Jane on the GALLERY page was taken by Simon Howarth in Slovenia.
The BROADCASTS & TALKS page photo was taken at Ernest Bevin School, Tooting.
BLOG page rowing photo was taken by Alexander Howarth during the Cambridge town 'bumps' races July 2013. Jane is bowside at 7.
Photos on the Your Child Abroad cover are Top left Sebastian Howarth and Som Bahadur by Hilary Bradt, top right Quin and bottom right Quin and Carole by Hallam Murray, bottom left Catherine by Tricia Hayne.
The recording of Jane in the communicating pages was broadcast in July 2008 and is courtesy of BBC Radio Cambridgeshire. The Music to Live By is the folksong Sim Sim Panima sung by Miss Rekha Shah accompanied by the three musicians who call themselves Sur Sudha. They are Prem Rana on flute, Surendra Shrestha on tabla and Bijaya Vaidya on sitar. Producer Heather Noble invited me to contribute.
Thanks to the chaps at RedTransact for their patience with a pedantic author.