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by Gary Crew,Narelle Oliver

  • Author: Gary Crew,Narelle Oliver
  • ISBN: 0749635215
  • ISBN13: 978-0749635213
  • ePub: 1838 kb | FB2: 1922 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Franklin Watts Ltd (May 13, 1999)
  • Pages: 48
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The Well (After Dark) ePub download

A tale of secrets long denied, from best-selling author Gary Crew, with haunting linocut illustrations by multi-award winning artist Narelle Oliver.

Seth and Adam are identical twins, but no two boys could be more different. A tale of secrets long denied, from best-selling author Gary Crew, with haunting linocut illustrations by multi-award winning artist Narelle Oliver.

1996) (The third book in the After Dark series) A Chapter Book by Gary Crew and Narelle Oliver. Though they are identical twins, Seth and Adam could not be more different from one another. When a forest well lures them to their fate, who knows which of the twins will prove to be the stronger? Genre: Children's Fiction. Used availability for Gary Crew's The Well.

The Well (After Dark series, 1992) (with Narelle Oliver). Inventing Anthony West (1994). Dark house: stories (1995) (compiled by Gary Crew). The Lost Diamonds of Killiecrankie (1995) (with Peter Gouldthorpe). The Bent Back Bridge (After Dark series, 1994). The Watertower series. The Watertower (1994). Beneath the Surface (2005). The Barn (After Dark series, 1995). The Figures of Julian Ashcroft (1996) (with Hans de Hass, Illustrator). Caleb (1996) (with Steve Woolman). Crew's 13 : classic tales of the macabre & fantastic (1997) (with Shaun Tan, Illustrator). The Blue Feather (1997) (with Michael O' Hara). The Viewer (1997) (with Shaun Tan, Illustrator).

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Gary Crew was born in Brisbane, Queensland on 23 September 1947 The Well (After Dark series, 1992) (with Narelle Oliver).

Gary Crew was born in Brisbane, Queensland on 23 September 1947 Crew first trained as a design draftsman and he worked in this field for ten years. The Well (After Dark series, 1992) (with Narelle Oliver). Emu Parade (1995) (with Viva La Wombat, Illustrator).

Gary Crew was born in 1947 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia and he began writing fiction-mostly teenage, young adult fiction-in 1985. He has twice been awarded the Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year Award (for Strange Objects, 1991, and Angel's Gate,1993)

Gary Crew was born in 1947 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia and he began writing fiction-mostly teenage, young adult fiction-in 1985. He has twice been awarded the Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year Award (for Strange Objects, 1991, and Angel's Gate,1993). Gary has also been twice shortlisted for the Edgar Allan Poe Mystery Fiction Award for Youth in the . and awarded the American Children's Book of Distinction Award. He also won the Ned Kelly Prize for Crime Fiction. He has twice won the CBC Book of the Year in the picture book category.

Charlie Bloome wants to be a writer. Gary Crew has crafted a compelling and superbly written study of passions and ambitions, and an insider′s look at the creative process and the foibles and delusions of those who practise it. Twenty-three years old, he is studying literature and living with his gamine partner, Alice - ′Lootie′ - who plans to be a teacher and is less than supportive of Charlie′s dreams.

Gary Crew, The Well ("After Dark" series), Lothian (Port Melbourne, Victoria .

Gary Crew, The Well ("After Dark" series), Lothian (Port Melbourne, Victoria, Australia), 1996, Franklin Watts (London, England), 1999. Illustrator) What a Goat!, illustrated by David Cox, Omnibus Scholastic (Gosford, New South Wales, Australia), 2003. Award-winning Australian-based author and illustrator Narelle Oliver feels extremely lucky to have a career that she enjoys so passionately. Birds figure prominently in Oliver's books, such as The Best Beak in Boonaroo Bay, which finds a group of locals competing in a best-beak contest. The Watertower is a 1994 young adult's picture book written by Australian author Gary Crew and illustrated by Steven Woolman. The story, which takes place in a small rural town called Preston, is about two teenagers exploring a sinister watertower on Shooter's Hill; the illustrations for the watertower use a combination of chalk and pencil on black paper, acrylic paint on textured board.

Gary Crew began writing fiction in 1985. He also specializes in fiction texts for Illustrated Books for Older Readers. He has won the CBC Book of the Year twice in the Picture Book category. Because of his teaching back ground and his own teenage children, he entered the Teenage Fiction or Young Adult genre Factdate May 2008 and has subsequently published 12 novels in that field. He has twice been awarded the Children's Book Council of Australia (CBCA), Book of the Year for Older Readers, for "Strange Objects" in 1991 and "Angel's Gate" in 1993] He also specializes in fiction texts for Illustrated Books for Older Readers. for "First Light" in 1993 and "The Watertower" in 1994. He was short listed for this award in 2000 with "Memorial".

Though they are identical twins, Seth and Adam could not be more different from one another. When a forest well lures them to their fate, who knows which of the twins will prove to be the stronger? Part of the AFTER DARK series, suitable for National Curriculum Key Stage 2-3.