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Alan Marshall Award for Children's Literature (1988-1995)
Subcategory of Victorian Premier's Literary Awards
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Diabetes Australia (1993-1995)

Latest Winners / Recipients

Year: 1995

winner y separately published work icon Songman Allan Baillie , Ringwood : Viking , 1994 Z543468 1994 single work novel young adult "Set in Northern Australia, before the time of the white man, Songman is an adventure story of Yukuwa of the Yolngu people, who embarks on a voyage across pirate-infested waters to the Celebes." (Source: The National Library of Australia)

Year: 1994

winner y separately published work icon The White Guinea-Pig Ursula Dubosarsky , Ringwood : Viking , 1994 Z275975 1994 single work novel young adult 'At once funny and sad, quirky and moving, here is a powerful novel about change and growth, about fear, about the things in life we can control - and those we can't.' (Publisher's blurb)

Year: 1993

winner y separately published work icon Ariel, Zed and the Secret of Life Anna Fienberg , St Leonards : Allen and Unwin , 1992 Z837870 1992 single work novel young adult fantasy Teenage Ariel is not happy to have to share her life with the son of her mother's friend until the two take a trip to The Island, a fantasy place where literary characters are sent by writers to mend their ways.

Year: 1992

winner y separately published work icon The House Guest Eleanor Nilsson , Ringwood : Viking , 1991 Z574410 1991 single work novel young adult A teenage boy who robs houses with a group of school friends, forms a strange attachment to an old house and a dog, and unwittingly solves the mystery of a missing boy.

Year: 1991

winner y separately published work icon Strange Objects Gary Crew , Port Melbourne : Heinemann , 1990 Z349485 1990 single work novel young adult mystery (taught in 3 units)

A sixteen-year-old Western Australian boy mysteriously disappears after he discovers valuable relics in the remains of a seventeen-century shipwreck.

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