Nola Turner-Jensen i(7 works by)
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal Wiradjuri people ; Aboriginal
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BiographyHistory

Nola Turner-Jensen is a Wiradjuri woman from the river country in Central West New South Wales. Nola and her family moved to Queensland in the 1990s, where she studied and became an active social worker, working with Indigenous youth.
Nola is married and mother to five children.
She has produced and designed a wide selection of Indigenous focused educational resources and toys. Today Nola's interests lie within the bush food and associated products industries, developing Indigenous educational resources and Indigenous adventure stories.

Source: Sid Harta Publisher's website (Sighted 18/09/2013)

Awards for Works

A Beach for Us to Play 2012 single work picture book children's
2013 shortlisted Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Indigenous Children
I Have... 2012 single work picture book children's

'Have fun with Maggie and her animal friends. One of the first four books in a series of levelled readers designed to provide young Indigenous and non-Indigenous children with engaging, enjoyable and meaningful experiences with print that will support their reading skills and their desire to read.' (Source: Publishers website)

2013 shortlisted Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Indigenous Children
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