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Hathorn received her eduation at Maroubra Junction Primary School, Sydney Girls High School, Balmain Teachers College, and Macquarie University. She's held past jobs as a lab assistant, teacher, teacher-librarian, senior education officer, producer, and antique-spotter. Hathorn's title, Way Home, was the recipient of the Kate Greenaway medal and has been translated into several languages. As.
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Libby Hathorn is an award-winning Australian author of more than forty books for children. Her stories have been translated into several languages and adapted for stage and screen. Her work has won honours in Australia as well as in the United States, United Kingdom and Holland. Libby is currently working on a poetry collection, as well as a special arts project entitled 100 VIEWS in several.
Format. Paperback. Publisher. Random House Australia. Country. Australia. Published. 2 May 1995. Pages. 32. ISBN. 9780091829186. Way Home Libby Hathorn, Gregory Rogers. Dedicated to the largely unsung, mostly unseen workers for young people in need, this evocative picture book by Libby Hathorn will stir hearts everywhere. With stunning illustrations by Gregory Rogers, this is the story of.
Way Home by Libby Hathorn. Other authors: Gregory Rogers (Illustrator) Members: Reviews: Popularity: Average rating: Mentions: 106: 27: 185,827 (3.56) 2: Shane finds a no-name stray cat and takes it through the dangers of the city to his home, a corner of an alley. all members Members. Recently added by: AnnetteFreeman, tarpfarmer, TraceyC4, UWRC, znbusche, InventoryJPS, stroudgreenschool.
Author Hathorn, Libby Subjects Cats - Juvenile fiction.; Loneliness - Juvenile fiction.; Inner cities - Juvenile fiction. Audience Juvenile; Primary Summary A young boy who lives in a hole in a wall in a big city makes a dangerous night trip to bring a stray cat cat back to his little cell for company.
Author Libby Hathorn provides drawn in family history and done intensive research to create a fascinating book that users two young protagonists, the two seventeen years of age, who are related. Maurice, who traveled to Gallipoli plus the Western Front side and his great-great nephew, Oliver, who is looking to deal with difficult family situations but in whose discovery of Maurices WW1 diary.
Libby Hathorn has 71 books on Goodreads with 3509 ratings. Libby Hathorn’s most popular book is Thunderwith.
Written in response to: Way Home by Libby Hathorn. The Wild Thing Felt strong, the wild thing making his heart skip a beat and still skip again and again and again. Will it ever stop? The cold beating on his face Against his cheeks Frustrated, angry, tense, eager The wild thing wants to go on. His soul doesn’t. His conscience won’t decide. Made it out of the gates behind a cart and along.
Dedicated to the largely unsung, mostly unseen workers for young people in need, this evocative picture book by Libby Hathorn will stir hearts everywhere. With stunning illustrations by Gregory Rogers, this is the story of Shane and a cat with no name as they wander the streets at night on their way home. In 1995, Gregory won the Kate Greenaway Medal for his illustrations in.
Get this from a library! Way home. (Libby Hathorn; Gregory Rogers) -- In this distressing look at life on the streets of a big city, Shane, a preteen boy, heads home past broken windows, graffitied walls, dilapidated fences, and alleys strewn with trash. On the way, he.
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WAY HOME By: Libby Hathorn Illustrated By: Gregory Rogers Large Softcover in Good Condition, the cover edges are slightly scuffed It's night and the dark is filled with strange sounds as Shane makes his way home. On a fence he finds a stray cat that at first growls and spits at him. But Shane talks and strokes the kitten to calmness, and decides to take the 'Spitfire, Kitten Number One,' home.
Author Libby Hathorn has drawn on family history and done extensive research to write a fascinating book that profiles two young protagonists, both seventeen years of age, who are related. Maurice, who went to Gallipoli and the Western Front and his great-great nephew, Oliver, who is trying to deal with difficult family circumstances but whose discovery of Maurice's WW1 diary changes the way.
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