Susannah McFarlane Susannah McFarlane i(A94652 works by)
Also writes as: 'Mac Park'
Gender: Female
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Susannah McFarlane was raised in Melbourne. She moved to London in 1996 and worked as Reed's publisher for licensed characters (including Thomas the Tank Engine and Winnie the Pooh). She later moved to Egmont Books, one of the UK's largest children's book publishers, as managing director. McFarlane developed the Zac Power and Go Girl series while managing director of Hardie Grant Egmont. In 2009 Mcfarlane founded LemonFizz Media to develop children's book series including EJ12 Girl Hero (2010) and Boy V Beast (2010) the latter series created in partnership with Louise Park.

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Awards for Works

Puppy Alert 2014 single work children's fiction children's

'Emma Jacks is Agent EJ10. She goes to Spy School. EJ10 uses special tools so no one will know she is a spy. But can she keep a secret?'

2016 shortlisted YABBA Fiction for Younger Readers
Time to Shine 2013 single work children's fiction children's

'Emma Jacks remembers her early days at the top-secret SHINE Agency ...Evil agency SHADOW was leaking oil into the ocean and demanding a ransom. Shine Agency Agent-in-Training, EJ12, had to be at her brightest to save the marine animals. That's always been the easy part. As EJ12, Emma Jacks can do anything. Will she still be able to when one of her best friends moves away? Perhaps she will after all... ' (Publisher's blurb)

2015 honour book KOALA Awards Younger Readers
Kimono Code 2012 single work children's fiction children's adventure 'Evil agency SHADOW is threatening to sabotage the traditional Japanese cherry blossom festival. But why and how? Special agent EJ12 needs to stay calm and keep her mind focused if she is to stop them in time. That's the easy part. As EJ12, Emma Jacks can do anything.

So why does she find dealing with mean-girl Nema so hard?' (Publisher's blurb)
2012 shortlisted KOALA Awards Younger Readers
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