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by Colin THIELE,With B&W & col.illus.

  • Author: Colin THIELE,With B&W & col.illus.
  • ISBN: 0727009958
  • ISBN13: 978-0727009951
  • ePub: 1533 kb | FB2: 1167 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rigby Opal; Reprint edition (1978)
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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Blue fin ePub download

Colin's books have won numerous Australian and international awards and have been made into many classic films, TV series, plays and picture books

An Australian children's classic. Colin's books have won numerous Australian and international awards and have been made into many classic films, TV series, plays and picture books. His bestsellers include the multi-award-winning STORM BO. .

COLIN THIELE, AC, was one of Australia’s most distinguished and popular writers for children. Colin's books have won numerous Australian and international awards and have been made into many classic films, TV series, plays and picture books

COLIN THIELE, AC, was one of Australia’s most distinguished and popular writers for children.

Colin Milton Thiele AC (/ˈtiːli/; 16 November 1920 – 4 September 2006) was an Australian author and educator

Colin Milton Thiele AC (/ˈtiːli/; 16 November 1920 – 4 September 2006) was an Australian author and educator. He was renowned for his award-winning children's fiction, most notably the novels Storm Boy, Blue Fin, the Sun on the Stubble series, and February Dragon. Thiele was born in Eudunda in South Australia to a Barossa German family. The young Colin only spoke German until he went to school at Julia Creek

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Colin Thiele grew up on a farm in Australia

Colin Thiele grew up on a farm in Australia. When Colin was eleven he wrote a long novel about pirates and buried treasure, but burned the story a few years later. It was the beginning of a career. Thiele has published over 100 books in his writing career, including multi award-winning Storm Boy and Blue Fin, and Landslide.

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Twelve-year-old Steve Pascoe is nicknamed 'Snook by everyone in Port Lincoln. He's thin and long-faced, like the fish he's named after

Twelve-year-old Steve Pascoe is nicknamed 'Snook by everyone in Port Lincoln. Twelve-year-old Steve Pascoe is nicknamed 'Snook' by everyone in Port Lincoln. He's thin and long-faced, like the fish he's named after.

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Colin Thiele bibliography. The following is a complete list of books and other writings by Colin Thiele, the prolific Australian children's writer.

Twelve-year-old Steve Pascoe is nicknamed 'Snook' by everyone in Port Lincoln. He's thin and long-faced, like the fish he's named after. At school he's no good at sport and, at home, his father scorns him. Snook joins his father and fellow crewmen on a tuna-fishing expedition, when disaster strikes. It is up to Snook to save himself and his father from a desperate situation.
Rko
Moral of the story is good. Keeps you interested and one can relate to it. Good for young or old.
Sharpbringer
Twelve year old Bill Pascoe lives in the South Australian harbour town of Port Lincoln. Treated like a loser by nearly everyone and given the nickname 'Snook' because of his gangly features, he is friends with three other boys who are also considered "down and out". One of them dies in a fishing tragedy at sea and the future looks bleak for the rest of them. When a waterspout nearly destroys his father's fishing boat, Snook must get both he and his father back to port. Three crewmen are lost in the tragedy. Snook 'becomes a man' in the eyes of family and at the conclusion one can tell he is really going to get somewhere in life. Hopefully his two mates will follow suit... The film from this book was released in the late 1970's, with a slightly different ending.
Brightfury
An adventure story I can still remember reading vividly even now, due to being horribly sick at the time. It was the only book within reach on my bed, and the only times I made it out of bed were to throw up copiously. Read for a bit, feel sick, try and sleep, be delirious, read some more. The torment suffered on the boat I could certainly relate to at the time! Not ever likely to read it again because of this.
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