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J. E. Fison J. E. Fison i(A133668 works by) (a.k.a. Julie E. Fison)
Born: Established: 1966 ;
Gender: Female
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J. E. Fison has worked as a television reporter and features writer in Australia, Asia, and the UK. She has a degree in Communications from the Queensland University of Technology.

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y separately published work icon The Call of the Wild Richmond : Hardie Grant Egmont , 2014 7449917 2014 single work children's fiction children's

'Phoebe and her boy-crazy bestie, Annabel, are so excited. They've been invited to a party, and all the cutest guys from Highgrove College are going to be there. But then Phoebe realises it's on the same night as her Wild Club's awesome movie night fundraiser. Phoebe doesn't know what to do.Until…

'1. Annabel meets Phoebe's Wild Club friend Liam, and suddenly forgets all about the party. Sure, Liam is cute, but he's in the year above and has always just been a friend to Phoebe. So why does she feel jealous? And why is Liam acting so strangely around her?

'2. She realises she can't abandon her friend. Annabel is desperate for Phoebe to go to the party with her. And besides, she's setting Phoebe up with Highgrove hottie Saia, and Phoebe is pretty excited about meeting him. But is the party all it's cracked up to be?' (Publication summary)

2017 shortlisted West Australian Young Readers' Book Award Older Readers
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