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The author of the book: Dianne Wolfer
Language: English
ISBN: 1863682082
ISBN 13: 9781863682084
Format files: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
The size of the: 350 KB
Edition: Fremantle Arts Centre Press
Date of issue: February 1st 1998
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Cassie's world is turned upside down when her dad is retrenched and decides to move to Eucla in the middle of the Nullabor as a pest control officer for the Agriculture Protection Board. She has to leave behind everything that is familiar -- her friends, her school and her home. And Eucla... what a place! It's the middle of nowhere and the only other girl she's met so far is three years old. Then Ella comes to town, and Ella's brother visits...

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Ebook Border Line read Online! Dianne Wolfer is author of 16 books for teenagers and younger readers. Her latest title The Shark Caller is set in Papua New Guinea. This underwater fantasy novel links to both the ancient practise of calling sharks as well as modern-day environmental concerns. Dianne's previous book, Light Horse Boy won the WA Premier's Award as well as CBCA Honour book. Partner title, Lighthouse Girl was inspiration for Royal de Luxe Theatre's spectacular Perth street performance, The Giants, won the children’s choice, 2010 West Australian Young Readers Book Awards and is a recommended reading text for the National History Curriculum. Lighthouse Girl has also being adapted for Black Swan Theatre by playwright Hellie Turner. The story was based is based on the true tale of Fay Howe, daughter of the Breaksea Island lighthouse keeper, who relayed messages for the departing ANZAC troops in 1914. Light Horse Boy follows the journey of a young soldier who waves to Fay before sailing with the 1st AIF. The book follows Jim’s journey to Egypt, Gallipoli and through iconic battles of WW1’s Desert Campaign. Dianne enjoys combining her love of history with writing fiction. Her picture book, Photographs in the Mud (also a recommended History Curriculum text) was inspired by a research trip along the Kokoda Track. It was published in Japanese and is used as a reference for international workshops promoting peaceful ‘discourse analysis’. Dianne is an active member of writing groups, including the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) and served for six years as their WA Advisor. Dianne loves travelling and has spent much of her life overseas. She lives on the south coast of WA.

Awards
Short listed, CBCA Book Awards for Light Horse Boy and also for Granny Grommet and Me, 2014
Winner, West Australian Young Readers’ Award, 2010
Short listed, NSW Premier’s History Awards, 2009
Short listed, West Australian Premier’s Awards, 2009
Short listed, West Australian Young Readers’ Award, 2007
Short listed, West Australian Young Readers’ Award, 2006
Short listed, West Australian Young Readers’ Award, 2002
Short listed, Family Therapists’ Award for Children’s Literature, 2001
Short listed, Wilderness Society’s Environment Award, 1999
Short listed, West Australian Young Readers’ Book Award, 1999
Short listed, West Australian Young Readers’ Award, 1996



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