Enjoy fantasy, friendship and fun as Pepper Masalah and Zamir take flight over Afghanistan. The 3rd book in the Pepper Masalah series.
Pepper Masalah and Zamir land in Ancient Eygpt where everyone loves cats, especially Pepper. They want to make her into a mummy!
The 2nd book in the Pepper Masalah series.
An inspiring and heartfelt story of one boy’s struggle in drought-stricken South Australia. The 3rd title in the inspiring Australian Disaster Zones series, edited by Lyn White.
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Rosanne Hawke is an author of integrity who writes irresistible adrenaline-filled stories to explore important inner and external dilemmas and boundaries.
This is a beautiful story of growing up, loyalty and the amazing stength and resilience of families. The heart of this story is that we all need to know that we are loved and where we belong, and Finding Kerra does a wonderful job of showing this.
Rosanne Hawke often writes movingly of relocation. She is able to engage the feelings of the reader as the main character goes through the trauma of separation and removal.
Rosanne Hawke has authored over 35 books for children and YA. She has been a teacher, an aidworker in Pakistan & the UAE, and a lecturer in Creative Writing at Tabor Adelaide. She holds a PhD from the University of Adelaide in Creative Writing and Cornish-Australian Children’s Literature. Her books explore cultural and social issues, history, mystery, family and faith. She often writes of displacement, belonging and reconciliation and tells stories of children unheard.
Her novels include Shahana: Through My Eyes and Taj and the Great Camel Trek, winner of the 2012 Adelaide Festival Award for Children’s Literature, shortlisted in the Patricia Wrightson Prize and Highly Commended in the Prime Minister’s Literary Awards. She is the 2015 recipient of the Nance Donkin award and is a Carclew, Asialink, Varuna, and May Gibbs Fellow. Rosanne is a Bard of Cornwall and lives in country SA in an ancient Cornish farmhouse with underground rooms.
I acknowledge the Ngadjuri people, the traditional custodians of the land on which I live and work. I also pay respect to the Elders past, present and emerging.