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Emily Rodda Emily Rodda i(A6253 works by)
Writing name for: Jennifer Rowe
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Details of Works Taught

Text Unit Name Institution Year
y separately published work icon Rowan of Rin Emily Rodda , Norwood : Omnibus Books , 1993 Z797986 1993 single work children's fiction children's fantasy adventure (taught in 1 units)

The people of Rin have long lived in the shadow of the Mountain, hearing the dragon's roar every morning and evening. When the village's precious stream stops flowing, a frightening journey must be undertaken up the Mountain to the stream's source. To the hardy villagers of Rin, the boy Rowan is a timid weakling. Yet because only he can read the magical map, it is Rowan who must brave the unknown terrors of the Mountain to save the village and solve a witch's riddle.

Literacy for Teachers University of Canberra 2009
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y separately published work icon Rowan of Rin : The Journey Emily Rodda , Norwood : Omnibus Books , 2004 Z1177820 2004 selected work children's fiction children's fantasy adventure (taught in 2 units) In a tightly paced series of adventures the shy, self-effacing boy Rowan, an unlikely hero, takes on one exciting challenge after another to save first his village, then his people and finally the beasts he loves best, the gentle bukshah. The adventures are thrilling, the monsters terrible and the characters memorable. Genres in Children's Literature La Trobe University 2010
y separately published work icon Rowan of Rin : The Journey Emily Rodda , Norwood : Omnibus Books , 2004 Z1177820 2004 selected work children's fiction children's fantasy adventure (taught in 2 units) In a tightly paced series of adventures the shy, self-effacing boy Rowan, an unlikely hero, takes on one exciting challenge after another to save first his village, then his people and finally the beasts he loves best, the gentle bukshah. The adventures are thrilling, the monsters terrible and the characters memorable. Genres in Children's Literature La Trobe University 2012
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y separately published work icon Shadows of the Master Emily Rodda , Parkside : Omnibus Books , 2015 8197887 2015 single work children's fiction children's fantasy (taught in 1 units)

'Britta has always wanted to be a trader like her father, sailing the nine seas and bringing precious cargo home to Del harbour. Her dreams seemed safe until her fathers quest to find the fabled Staff of Tier ended in blood and horror. Now his shamed family is in hiding, and his ship, the Star of Deltora, belongs to the powerful Rosalyn fleet. But Brittas ambition burns as fiercely as ever.When she suddenly gets the chance to win back her future she knows she has to take it whatever the cost. She has no idea that shadows from a distant, haunted isle are watching her every move.' (Publication summary)

Children's Literature Southern Cross University 2016 (Semester 2)
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