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Rebecca Johnson Rebecca Johnson i(A72289 works by)
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y separately published work icon Welcome to Willowvale Melbourne : Puffin , 2017 11154413 2017 single work novel children's mystery

'Abbey, Hannah and Talika are new recruits at Willowvale boarding school's Vet Cadets program. They are excited to learn all about caring for farm animals and the work that country vets do. Riding horses, shearing sheep and treasure-hunting for parasites are all just part of their normal school day. But when something starts attacking the school's sheep, the three vet cadets must their scientific skills, animal knowledge and teamwork to try and catch the culprit before it's too late.' (Publication Summary)

2018 shortlisted Davitt Award Best Debut
2018 shortlisted Davitt Award Best Children's Novel
2018 shortlisted West Australian Young Readers' Book Award Younger Readers
y separately published work icon Rainforest Camp Melbourne : Penguin , 2016 9153523 2016 single work children's fiction children's

'Hi! I'm Juliet. I'm ten years old. And I'm nearly a vet!

'We're off on a school camp to the rainforest. Chelsea, Maisy and I are excited about all the different animals we might spot on our nature walks and torchlight treks. Chelsea is NOT excited about the creepy crawlies we might find, but I know that vets have to be brave.

'I've brought my vet kit along just in case we find any rainforest animals in need of help...' (Publication summary)

2017 winner The Wilderness Society Environment Award for Children's Literature Fiction
y separately published work icon Bush Baby Rescue Melbourne : Puffin , 2013 Z1935714 2013 single work children's fiction children's 'Hi! I'm Juliet. I'm ten years old. And I'm nearly a vet!

A terrible bushfire has struck and Mum's vet clinic is in chaos. Every day more and more injured baby animals arrive. Chelsea and I have never been busier! There's an adorable baby koala to feed by hand, a fat little wombat to bandage, and a funny blue-tongued lizard that Max is determined to make his pet.

But who knew that babies needed so much feeding! I may never sleep again!' (Publisher's blurb)
2014 joint winner The Wilderness Society Environment Award for Children's Literature Young Readers (Joint winner with The Smallest Carbon Footprint in the Land and Other Eco-Tales by Anne Morgan and illustrator Gay McKinnon.)
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