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A Bridge To Wiseman S Cove

Author : James Moloney
ISBN : 0702236284
Genre : Adventure stories
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Carl Matt - even his name mocks him. The people of Wattle Beach do their best to grind him under foot. Why are the Matts such pariahs? The answer lies in Wiseman's Cove, a short ride across the strait where Carl finds refuge in the most unlikely place. Wiseman's Cove has been waiting for Carl - waiting a long time.
Category: Adventure stories

Dougy

Author : James Moloney
ISBN : 0702224995
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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When Dougy's sister Gracey is picked for the state athletics championships, not everybody in their small bush town is pleased. "Aborigines get special treatment", some of the angry white people say - "It's not fair!" The championships change everything for Gracey and trigger dramatic events in the town too: black and white relations reach explosion point. The time is ripe for the mysterious Moodagudda to seek a victim... In the end, it's up to Dougy to save his family - and to prove himself. Dougy is the first book in James Moloney's award winning trilogy which is completed by Gracey and Angela.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Children S Literature And The Fin De Si Cle

Author : International Research Society for Children's Literature. Congress
ISBN : 0313321205
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The close of a century invites both retrospection and prognostication. As a period of transition, it also brings a sense of uncertainty, finality, and apocalypticism. This volume examines fin de siecle tensions in 19th- and 20th-century children's literature from around the world. The contributors look back at children's literature of the past and ahead toward children's literature of the future, while probing such issues as literary nonsense and the breakdown of language, the image of the child as redeemer, social engineering in children's literature, the Holocaust in children's fiction, fear in contemporary fantasy, and changing notions of masculinity.
Category: Literary Criticism

Kill The Possum

Author : James Moloney
ISBN : 9780857967077
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A girl desperate to live a normal life. A family tormented by a monster's cruelty. Two boys with a plan to make him stop. Forever. From the award-winning author of Lost Property and Bridge to Wiseman's Cove comes a gripping and powerfully moving story of a family stretched to breakingpoint - and a portrait of a killer...
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Language Toolkit 2

Author : Andrea Hayes
ISBN : 9780521170987
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Language Toolkit 2 is a workbook for junior secondary students to support the development of language and literacy skills through various communication modes. Students will develop the skills they need to read, view, listen and speak, and to write and create their own texts in a variety of contexts and for a variety of audiences and purposes. With a strong focus on visual grammar and multimodal texts, the workbook's units are organised around different text types that provide a context for the development of language skills. • Grammatical rules are clearly and simply explained • Comprehension, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary exercises build language and literacy skills • Spelling tests and dictionary exercises encourage vocabulary development confidence • Revision exercises allow students to review their progress and strengthen their understanding and confidence from one unit to the next.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

A Place Like This

Author : Steven Herrick
ISBN : 0702229849
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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It's every young person's dream to hit the road. Jack and Annabel set out and find fifty acres of unpicked apples and a farmer who'll let them live in his shed. A brilliant companion to Love, Ghosts and Nose Hair, Steven Herrick's new novel perfectly captures the difficult search for identity in an isolated place.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Swashbuckler

Author : James Moloney
ISBN : 0702228257
Genre : Australia / Fiction
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When Peter and his friend Anton discover that each has a family problem centering on his father, they help one another face the challenges in true swashbuckler style.
Category: Australia / Fiction

Language Toolkit For New Zealand 2

Author : Andrea Hayes
ISBN : 9781107624702
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 83.64 MB
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Language Toolkit for New Zealand Book 2 is a workbook to support the development of language and literacy skills through various communication modes. Students will develop the skills they need to read, view, listen and speak, and to write and create their own texts in a variety of contexts and for a variety of audiences and purposes. The units in Language Toolkit for New Zealand Book 2 are organised around different text types, including multimodal texts that provide a context for the development of language skills. • Grammatical rules are clearly and simply explained. • Comprehension, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary exercises build language and literacy skills. • Spelling lists and dictionary exercises encourage vocabulary development and confidence. • Revision exercises allow students to review their progress and strengthen their understanding and confidence from one unit to the next.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Angela

Author : James Moloney
ISBN : 0702230847
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Angela and Gracey were going to be "best friends forever" and make it into the same university as carefree first year students. But for Gracey, her Aboriginal heritage takes on a new significance. While Angela falls in love for the first time, Gracey is drawn into black politics and their friendship drifts apart. Then Angela discovers that she too has a heritage - one her family would sooner deny. The conflict of the past possesses the power to draw the friends together but it could as easily blow them apart forever. This novel concludes the trilogy, which began with award-winning Dougy and Gracey. James Moloney yet again shows why his novels are so much in demand as powerful narratives of contemporary Australian society.
Category: Juvenile Fiction