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Janine M. Fraser Janine M. Fraser i(A64509 works by) (birth name: Janine Miriam Schultz) (a.k.a. Janine Fraser)
Born: Established: 1961 Victoria, ;
Gender: Female
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Janine M. Fraser lives in Riddells Creek, Victoria.

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y separately published work icon Sarindi's Dragon Kite Pymble : Angus and Robertson , 2010 Z1786716 2010 single work children's fiction children's It's Sarindi's birthday, and what he wants more than anything else is the multi-coloured Dragon Kite he sees in the market. He thinks he's the luckiest boy when he wakes up and sees the kite, and he can't wait to go to the beach fly it with his father. But later that day Sarindi wonders if his luck has deserted him. A huge earthquake has flattened the nearby town of Bantul, where Sarindi's cousins live, and Sarindi and his father must travel there immediately to help. There is no time to fly kites. Will Sarindi's cousin survive? And will he ever feel lucky enough to fly his beautiful kite?
2010 shortlisted Western Australian Premier's Book Awards Premier's Prize for Writing for Children
y separately published work icon Sarindi and the Lucky Bird Pymble : HarperCollins , 2001 Z916947 2001 single work children's fiction children's 'Sarindi and the Lucky Bird introduces a little boy and his family, and their life together in Indonesia. Sarindi is certain he will never be unlucky again when he wins the lucky marble from Jaya. But luck is more mischievous than a monkey. When Sarindi's mother becomes sick, Sarindi thinks that all the bad luck in the world has come to visit. He thinks there must be something he can do to help her get better. This time, the song of the Lucky Bird won't work, so he visits all the sacred places he knows. At each, Sarindi prays for the good health of his mother, because who knows which prayer will succeed?'
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2002 highly commended Australian Family Therapists' Award for Children's Literature Picture Book and Younger Readers
2002 shortlisted New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards Patricia Wrightson Prize for Children's Books
2002 shortlisted Children's Book Council Book of the Year Awards Book of the Year: Younger Readers
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