Mem Fox author study...lots of links to other ideas, including her official website
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The Rabbits by John Marsden: Illustration and Imagery Analysis Lesson - Australian Curriculum Lessons
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An interview with Rosalie Ham, Australian author of The Dressmaker on writing, rural Australia and screenwriting.

An interview with Rosalie Ham, Australian author of The Dressmaker on writing, rural Australia and screenwriting.

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Reading Australia - Copyright Agency has developed Reading Australia to make significant Australian literary works more readily available for teaching in schools and universities. These works are being supplemented with online teacher resources and essays by popular authors about the enduring relevance of the works.

Reading Australia - Copyright Agency has developed Reading Australia to make significant Australian literary works more readily available for teaching in schools and universities. These works are being supplemented with online teacher resources and essays by popular authors about the enduring relevance of the works.

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Year 1 Recount Writing Mini Unit: 10 Writing Lessons - Australian Curriculum Lessons
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Inside the San Pedro prison made famous by Australian author Rusty Young | Daily Mail Online

Inside the San Pedro prison made famous by Australian author Rusty Young | Daily Mail Online

ETHEL TURNER (24 January 1872 – 8 April 1958) was an Australian novelist and children's writer, best known for the children's classic, Seven Little Australians. Born in Doncaster, England, Ethel came to Australia with her mother and siblings when she was 10. She started her writing career at eighteen with her sister Lillian, with whom she founded the Parthenon, a journal for young people. After her daughter's death, she stopped writing. She passed away in Mosman, Sydney at the age of 88.

ETHEL TURNER (24 January 1872 – 8 April 1958) was an Australian novelist and children's writer, best known for the children's classic, Seven Little Australians. Born in Doncaster, England, Ethel came to Australia with her mother and siblings when she was 10. She started her writing career at eighteen with her sister Lillian, with whom she founded the Parthenon, a journal for young people. After her daughter's death, she stopped writing. She passed away in Mosman, Sydney at the age of 88.

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