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Libby Hathorn. Libby Hathorn is an award-winning Australian author of more than forty books for children. Her stories have been translated into several languages and adapted for stage and screen. Her work has won honours in Australia as well as in the United States, United Kingdom and Holland.
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Get this from a library! Way home. (Libby Hathorn; Gregory Rogers) -- In this distressing look at life on the streets of a big city, Shane, a preteen boy, heads home past broken windows, graffitied walls, dilapidated fences, and alleys strewn with trash. On the way, he.
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Australian author and illustrator Gregory Rogers died of stomach cancer in Brisbane on May 1. He was 55. The first Australian to receive the Carnegie Medal, for Libby Hathorn’s Way Home (Knopf.
Our book this term is Way Home by Libby Hathorn gers takes the cat he has found back home with him to a shelter filled with his possessions, to be his friend. Shane's fast paced story is told to the cat. The illustrations in this picture book are very evocative, full of symbols and meanings that add to what we learn about Shane and his life.