Dianne Wolfer is author of 19 books for teenagers and younger readers.
Dianne Wolfer is author of 19 books for teenagers and younger readers. In 2018 she published two new titles, 'The Dog with Seven Names' (winner of the 2019 Speech Pathology Awards, CBCA Notable and shortlisted for the NSW Premiers Literary Awards) and 'In the Lamplight' (the final title in her Light Series and CBCA Notable), both historical fiction and her picture book 'Nanna's Button Tin' was Dianne Wolfer is author of 19.
Dolphin Song was first published in 1995. It is currently out of print.
It is currently out of print. Teachers' Notes Download Teachers' Notes (pdf). Dolphin Song was first published in 1995.
Dianne Wolfer is a West Australian based author of 16 books for children and young adults. Scaramoose - The Shark Caller. Scaramoose hated this costume. One and only time on him. PagesPublic FigureAuthorDianne Wolfer - AuthorPosts. English (US) · Español · Português (Brasil) · Français (France) · Deutsch. Dianne Wolfer - Author updated their profile picture.
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Dianne Wolfer (born 1961) is an award-winning Australian children's author who lives on the south coast of Western Australia. Her title Lighthouse Girl won the 2010 West Australian Young Readers' Book Award for Picture Books, and was shortlisted for the 2009 New South Wales Premier's History Awards.
It has been published in Japanese. Her second picture book Granny Grommet and Me was shortlisted for the 2014 Children's Book Council of Australia Awards.
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As she swam through the waves, Melody had a strange feeling that she was being watched.
Select Format: Paperback. As she swam through the waves, Melody had a strange feeling that she was being watched. There was no one on the beach, perhaps she was mistaken. but the feeling persisted. As she bobbed over a wave, Melody glanced out to sea and suddenly froze. Two dorsal fins were circling less than twenty metres away.
Album: Dolphin Song, 2007. Has been played on. Brazil 2.