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Jen Storer Jen Storer i(A101389 works by) (a.k.a. Ellen Marcus)
Also writes as: Prue Storer
Born: Established: 1961 ;
Gender: Female
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Most Referenced Works


  • Storer has also written over 40 readers and non-fiction for children under her own name and different pseudonyms, most usually the name 'Ellen Marcus'.

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Wibble Wobble Sydney : ABC Books , 2019 15930742 2019 single work picture book

'Wibble wobble, walking tall.

'Wibble wobble, tumble fall.

'From talented creative duo Jen Storer and Lisa Stewart comes the perfect bedtime book for young families.

'Filled with the joyful moments of a toddler's day as they discover and explore their world, this book is guaranteed to become a firm family favourite!'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2020 shortlisted Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Birth to 3 Years
y separately published work icon Baffled! Sydney : ABC Books , 2018 14510495 2018 single work children's fiction children's mystery

'It is winter in Peppercorn Valley and Tan and her very best friend Gloria go to a bonfire. At school. At night.They also go on a lantern walk and spy on Journeys End.

'Journeys End is the creepiest house in Peppercorn Valley. And the old ladies who live there have painted weird symbols all over the outside walls.

'What could the symbols mean? And is the house haunted and if so, are the old ladies in danger?

'Tan has a hunch they are, but this mystery is complicated and she is baffled!'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2019 longlisted Davitt Award Best Children's Novel
y separately published work icon Trapped! Camberwell : Puffin , 2017 11475623 2017 single work children's fiction children's

'Way out in the country, Mrs Topple is Tan's closest neighbour. But Mrs Topple has gone on a cruise and Tan is in charge of security at the Topple cottage.

'Tan is also looking after the garden and watering the plants. But mostly she's in charge of security. Which is just as well because something suspicious is going on.

'A strange car has been coming and going and a shadowy figure has been spotted snooping around. And now Tan has noticed items moving around in the garden - on their own!

'As tensions mount, Tan decides a stake-out is in order. Little does she know she is walking straight into a trap.' (Publication summary)

2020 shortlisted REAL Awards Fiction for Younger Readers
2018 longlisted Davitt Award Best Children's Novel
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