Dinosaur Hunter: Joan Wiffen's Awesome Fossil Discoveries

David Hill (Author) Phoebe Morris (Illustrator)
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Product Details

Price
$19.99  $18.39
Publisher
Penguin Random House New Zealand Limited
Publish Date
August 06, 2019
Pages
32
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780143773221

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About the Author

David Hill is a reviewer, fiction writer, playwright and children's writer. Born in Napier, he spent fourteen years teaching before writing full-time. His many published books range from studies on poetry, to teenage fiction, for which he has received numerous prizes. His first young adult novel won the 1994 Times Educational Supplement Award for Special Needs. He won the 2002 Children's Literature Foundation Gaelyn Gordon Award for a Much-Loved Book, the 2003 LIANZA Esther Glen Medal, the 2013 NZ Post Junior Fiction Award, and the 2013 LIANZA Librarian's Choice Award. As a child Phoebe Morris always dreamed of becoming a zoo keeper and working with animals. However, persistent allergies meant that she ended up drawing them instead. As an adult, Phoebe now spends her time drawing a range of things - either on paper, or on her custom PC named 'The Millennium Falcon' In 2015 Phoebe Collaborated with author David Hill on the acclaimed picture-book biography of Sir Edmund Hillary, First to the Top. Unanimously praised for the quality of the illustrations, it was named a 2017 Storylines Notable Picture Book. In a Review for NZ Listener, Ann Packer wrote, Wellingtonian Phoebe Morris makes a stunning debut as an illustration . . . . From the arresting cover, through cameos of his younger life to haunting other-worldly mountainscapes, Morris's style gives the old story a cool new edge. Phoebe is also the illustrator of the Frankie Potts Junior Fiction series by Juliet Jacka David Hill is a reviewer, fiction writer, playwright, and children's writer. He spent fourteen years teaching before writing full-time. His first young adult novel won the 1994 Times Educational Supplement Award for Special Needs. He won the 2002 Children's Literature Foundation Gaelyn Gordon Award for a Much-Loved Book, the 2003 LIANZA Esther Glen Medal, the 2013 NZ Post Junior Fiction Award, and the 2013 LIANZA Librarian's Choice Award. David Hill, (Author), New Plymouth, Taranaki (New Zealand) - David Hill is a reviewer, fiction writer, playwright and children's writer. Born in Napier, he spent fourteen years teaching before writing full-time. His many published books range from studies on poetry, to teenage fiction, for which he has received numerous prizes. His first young adult novel won the 1994 Times Educational Supplement Award for Special Needs. He won the 2002 Children's Literature Foundation Gaelyn Gordon Award for a Much-Loved Book, the 2003 LIANZA Esther Glen Medal, the 2013 NZ Post Junior Fiction Award, and the 2013 LIANZA Librarian's Choice Award. David Hill is a reviewer, fiction writer, playwright and children's writer. Born in Napier, he spent fourteen years teaching before writing full-time. His many published books range from studies on poetry, to teenage fiction, for which he has received numerous prizes. His first young adult novel won the 1994 Times Educational Supplement Award for Special Needs. He won the 2002 Children's Literature Foundation Gaelyn Gordon Award for a Much-Loved Book, the 2003 LIANZA Esther Glen Medal, the 2013 NZ Post Junior Fiction Award, and the 2013 LIANZA Librarian's Choice Award. David Hill is a reviewer, fiction writer, playwright and children's writer. Born in Napier, he spent fourteen years teaching before writing full-time. His many published books range from studies on poetry, to teenage fiction, for which he has received numerous prizes. His first young adult novel won the 1994 Times Educational Supplement Award for Special Needs. He won the 2002 Children's Literature Foundation Gaelyn Gordon Award for a Much-Loved Book, the 2003 LIANZA Esther Glen Medal, the 2013 NZ Post Junior Fiction Award, and the 2013 LIANZA Librarian's Choice Award. As a child Phoebe Morris always dreamed of becoming a zoo keeper and working with animals. However, persistent allergies meant that she ended up drawing them instead. As an adult, Phoebe now spends her time drawing a range of things - either on pap