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Moses Aaron Moses Aaron i(A975 works by)
Born: Established: 1944 Calcutta,
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India,
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South Asia, South and East Asia, Asia,
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Gender: Male
Arrived in Australia: 1952
Heritage: Indian
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BiographyHistory

Moses Aaron taught English and History, and was a specialist teacher for autistic children. In 1978 he began writing full-time. He lives in Brisbane.

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Notes

  • Author writes in these languages:English

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Crow Puzzles Milsons Point : Random House Australia , 1997 Z828718 1997 single work children's fiction children's 'Percy Goodchild's teacher dislikes him and every time he opens a book the letters jump off the page! He is constantly in trouble! Written by one of Australia's foremost storytellers, this is a comical mystery story that takes the reader back in time to pirates and forward to the present in an unforgettable journey.' (Source: CMIS website)
1998 shortlisted West Australian Young Readers' Book Award Younger Readers
y separately published work icon Lily and Me Milsons Point : Random House Australia , 1996 Z828727 1996 single work children's fiction children's ‘A storyteller receives a phone call from a nurse. They have a party planned for kids in the hospital cancer unit. The clown can’t make it. Perhaps the storyteller could take his place. The storyteller is reluctant. What sort of stories do you tell to kids with cancer? But he takes the job. He survives the performance. Later he hangs around but most of the kids aren’t interested in chatting. They are too busy stuffing themselves with food. The nurse introduces him to Lily, a nine year old girl with leukemia. They chat and Lily asks him to visit her again. The storyteller keeps returning and a friendship develops. Until… Woven into this story are many stories, jokes, riddles and puzzles – even an entire storytelling show – that the storyteller shares with Lily. This book is at times funny and often moving.’ (Source: Good Reads website)
1998 winner West Australian Young Readers' Book Award Younger Readers
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