Teachers

I am available for school visits (ASA rates plus small travel fee).

See the links below for downloadable teachers’ notes, booktrailers, a short video and useful resources.


Lighthouse Girl coverLighthouse Girl

Written by Dianne Wolfer
Illustrations by Brian Simmonds
Published by Fremantle Press, 2010


LIght Horse Boy coverLight Horse Boy

Written by Dianne Wolfer
Illustrations by Brian Simmonds
Published by Fremantle Press, 2013


Granny-Grommet-and-Me_cover-smallGranny Grommet and Me

Written by Dianne Wolfer
Illustrations by Karen Blair
Published by Walker Books Australia, 2013


Annie's Snails coverAnnie’s Snails

Written by Dianne Wolfer
Illustrations by Gabriel Evans
Published by Walker Books, 2014

 


Photographs in the mud cover 260pxPhotographs in the Mud

Written by Dianne Wolfer
Illustrations by Brian Harrison-Lever
Published by Fremantle Press, 2005

 


The Kid Whose Mum Kept Possums in her Bra_coverThe Kid whose Mum Kept Possums in Her Bra

Written by Dianne Wolfer
Illustrated by Adrienne Zuvela
Published by Fremantle Press, 2006

 

 


CHOICES coverChoices

Written by Dianne Wolfer
Published by Fremantle Press, 2001 / 2009

 

 

 


Horse Mad coverHorse Mad

Written by Dianne Wolfer
Illustrations by Sharon Thompson
Published by Fremantle Press, 2005

 

 


Border Line coverBorder Line

Written by Dianne Wolfer
Published by Fremantle Press, 1998 / 2003

 

 

 


Dolphin Song cover extra smallDolphin Song

Written by Dianne Wolfer
Published by Fremantle Press, 1995

 


 

3 thoughts on “Teachers

    1. Dianne Wolfer Post author

      HI Jo-Anne, lovely to hear from you. I’ve just contacted the publisher. I thought we wrote some but can’t seem to find them. If not, we will have some very soon. In the meantime there are timelines and notes in the back of the book regarding the RFDS, WA air raids and evacuations, the Brisbane Line, WW2 Dutch evacuees and Broome flying boat casualties and the WW2 secret Corunna Downs airfield. So much history .., which you know I love 🙂 the book really is the tip of a research iceberg! All the best, Dianne

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