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Fri Mar 21 17:13:31 2014 UTClccn-n500103530.00Portraits of Joan Phipson, Mandurama, 1985, and 19910.070.47The message giver : an analysis of Joan Phipson's writing for children /57136650Joan_Phipsonn 5001035345863Fitzhardinge, Joan Margaret, 1912-2003Fitzhardinge, Joan Margaret PhipsonPhipson, JoanPhipson, Joan Margaret, 1912-2003lccn-n50028494Horder, Margaretilllccn-n79026978Blegvad, Erikilllccn-n50026781Duchesne, Janetilllccn-n77011910Holmes, Sallylccn-nb90564021Bennelongnc-bennelong$ca 1764 1813Bennelongca. 1764-1813lccn-n89666721Stackpool, Walternp-rome, gavinRome, Gavinilllccn-n50041293Brooks, Ronilllccn-n50037011Acs, LaszloillPhipson, JoanFictionJuvenile worksAdventure storiesYoung adult worksAustraliaWilderness survivalSurvivalHit-and-run driversFamiliesChildren's storiesBrothers and sistersMothers and daughtersStrikes and lockoutsAmnesiaSpace and timeExtrasensory perceptionFeral catsKidnappingPeople with disabilitiesSmugglingAirplanesParrotsTeenage boysNature storiesDeathQuadriplegicsCalvesChildren and animalsHorsesSailingFriendshipSheepAustralian fictionHaunted housesTeenage girlsWildlife conservationPoachingDetective and mystery storiesGhost storiesCountry lifeGangsFarm lifeAdolescenceInterpersonal relationsSheep ranchesRanch lifeNew South WalesHorsemanshipEmotional problems of childrenBlindFloodsBeachesHikingJuvenile delinquents191220031952195319541955195619571958195919621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951997199920002001200220032004201320148480122336[FIC]PZ7.P5520493711ocn011972471book19850.06Phipson, JoanHit and runJuvenile worksFictionSixteen-year-old Roland's hit-and-run accident in a borrowed car sends him fleeing into the wild Australian countryside, where he struggles for both survival and self-respect57513ocn000412912book19620.10Phipson, JoanThe family conspiracyJuvenile worksFictionFour children on an Australian sheep ranch are determined to keep their schemes to earn money a secret. Grades 5-75457ocn018136894book19880.06Phipson, JoanBiancaJuvenile worksFictionFinding Bianca wandering the countryside in a state of amnesia after a devastating emotional scene with her mother, Hubert and his sister Emily wonder if she would benefit from exposure to their own bustling family5417ocn003843642book19780.06Phipson, JoanWhen the city stoppedJuvenile worksFictionWhen a series of strikes and labor disputes immobilize the Australian city where they live, a young boy and his sister join their cleaning lady and her crippled husband and try to make their way out of an increasingly hostile environment53617ocn008283173book19820.07Phipson, JoanThe watcher in the gardenJuvenile worksFictionYoung adult worksFifteen-year-old Kitty's special interest in an old man's garden links her to a seemingly dangerous young man who covets the land and whose mind and Kitty's seem to be the opposite sides of a coin5175ocn000805045book19730.06Phipson, JoanThe way homeFictionAfter surviving a car accident and a bush fire, three young Australians find that everything seems changed and they are traveling through different places and times48413ocn002398811book19760.07Phipson, JoanThe catsJuvenile worksFictionTwo kidnapped brothers in Australia save their abductors from destruction by a tribe of feral cats that they have cruelly abused41519ocn005300496book19620.06Phipson, JoanThe boundary ridersJuvenile worksFictionAdventure stories'Please stick to the boundary fences', Mr Thompson had said. 'You can't possibly take longer than a week, and you'll probably do it in three days...' As things turned out, inspecting the far boundary fences took a lot longer than anyone had reckoned - and involved Jane, Bobby and Vincent in one dramatic adventure after another. An Australian children's classic3258ocn006861648book19810.06Phipson, JoanA tide flowingJuvenile worksFictionTormented by his mother's death, his father's rejection, and his grandparent's inability to understand him, Mark finally finds new strength and purpose in his acquaintance with a young quadriplegic with whom he shares an interest in nature32010ocn000436683book19530.07Phipson, JoanGood luck to the riderJuvenile worksFictionA twelve-year-old girl, youngest of four children adopts an orphaned, unlikely foal, named Rosinante just before she leaves for boarding school, and, with the vision of her own horse to inspire her, begins to gain assurance and maturity+-+59271858853242774ocn000301725book19630.06Phipson, JoanThreat to the BarkersJuvenile worksFictionThe Barker children discover a gang of thieves operating near their sheep station in New South Wales2637ocn002388445book19770.07Phipson, JoanFly into dangerJuvenile worksFictionDuring a thirty-six hour flight from Australia to England, fourteen-year-old Margaret uncovers a smuggling plot among her seatmates2615ocn000297256book19650.06Phipson, JoanBirkinJuvenile worksFictionTwo young Australian children raise a motherless calf2381ocn000701012book19740.06Phipson, JoanPolly's tigerThough the other children can't see it, Polly's tiger walks beside her giving her confidence to face the problems of a new school2192ocn000923505book19670.06Phipson, JoanCross currentsJuvenile worksFictionA rebellious Australian youth unwillingly takes his young cousin on a sailing trip which turns out to be rewarding as well as exciting to both boys1915ocn000067623book19700.06Phipson, JoanThe haunted nightJuvenile worksFictionYoung adult worksFour teen-age girls spend a night of terror in an old isolated house reputedly haunted by a centuries-old ghost1712ocn004932848book19790.06Phipson, JoanFly freeJuvenile worksFictionAnxious to go on a school trip to a remote island, two Australian boys with divergent philosophies decide to earn the neccessary money by trapping wild animals --a scheme that badly misfires when one of them becomes involved with unscrupulous poachers1625ocn000004186book19690.07Phipson, JoanPeter and ButchJuvenile worksFictionIn despair over his angelic looks, a twelve-year-old Australian boy adopts a tough name and attitude and inadvertently gets into trouble with the police1511ocn001076550book19740.06Phipson, JoanHorse with eight handsFictionFour Australian children befriend the immigrant owner of a formerly deserted house and discover he is being harrassed by a motorcycle gang who consider his house their headquarters1476ocn000160587book19540.06Phipson, JoanSix and silverJuvenile worksFictionThe adventures of a young city girl spending her first summer with country friends on their Australian farm21ocn221272683book19890.47Doolan, JanetThe message giver : an analysis of Joan Phipson's writing for childrenCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn225774330bookPhipson, JoanPapersArchivesIllustrationsRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence to Joan Margaret Phipson (Mrs. Colin Fitzhardinge) from Margaret Horder (Mrs. Arthur Freeman), illustrator of many of Miss Phipson's books. The period is when the Freeman decided to retire to Majorca. Also includes scripts for the radio serial Doctor Mac (3.5 cm.) and something about the autobiography series, "Just a Silkworm" by Joan Phipson11ocn225840509bookPhipson, JoanPapers of Joan PhipsonArchivesCorrected manuscript and typescript drafts and galley proofs of her literary output, together with associated research material, correspondence, photographs, illustrations and designs. The papers also include a typescript copy of her autobiographical work "Just a Silkworm"11ocn269413517rcrd1977Phipson, JoanJoan Phipson interviewed by Suzanne LunneyInterviewsPhipson, Australian children's author, describes her early life; mother's ambivalence to Australia; joining Uncle's family in India during WW1; reactions to signing of armistice; return to England at end of war; return to Australia on troopship; schooling at Frensham; trips back to England; beginning writing; purchasing a Hogarth press in London for the school, on advice of Leonard Woolf; return to Frensham as a teacher; printing of Rosemary Dobson's first book of poems; copywriting in Sydney, WW2; joining WAAAF; marriage, family property at Mandurama, NSW; publication of first stories Christmas in the Sun, It Happened One Summer; Good Luck to the Rider; Six and Silver; writing for children; ideas for her books11ocn221739534rcrd1977Phipson, JoanInterview with Joan Phipson, Australian children's authorInterviewsPhipson describes her early life; mother's ambivalence to Australia; joining Uncle's family in India during WW1; reactions to signing of armistice; return to England at end of war; return to Australia on troopship; schooling at Frensham; trips back to England; beginning writing; purchasing a Hogarth press in London for the school, on advice of Leonard Woolf; return to Frensham as a teacher; printing of Rosemary Dobson's first book of poems; copywriting in Sydney, WW2; joining WAAAF; marriage, family property at Mandurama, NSW; publication of first stories Christmas in the Sun, It Happened One Summer; Good Luck to the Rider; Six and Silver; writing for children; ideas for her books; Australian settings; writing about the sea; historical writings; characterisation; Peter and Butch; themes; The Way Home; interest in conservation; fantasy themes; plot development; story planning; endings; her favourite book; vividness of her characters; altering fact for fiction purposes; reaction to her writing from children; criticism; editing; rejection from publisher; various publishers of her work; differences in writing for British and American markets; methodology; Patrica Wrightson; The Magic Pudding; writing for different age groups; her childhood reading; contact with other writers; illustrator Margaret Horder; awards; writing for contemporary children; work in progress11ocn222937366bookAdams, JohnCorrespondenceRecords and correspondenceComprises letters to John Adams from various authors of Australian children's literature, June-September 195811ocn223186070rcrd2002Phipson, JoanInterview with Joan Phipson, children's authorBiographyInterviewsJoan Phipson speaks about her own writings where she tried to transform the experiences she has had into something that children will enjoy; of the importance of the Australian landscape in her books and favourite books of her own; how she wrote, where her ideas came from, the purpose of her writing and the importance writing "from" rather than "for" children; of her dislike for rewriting but indicated that she generally fitted in with her editor's advice; the value of editors and literary agents; fantasies in Australian children's literature and the work of the illustrator; children's authors from the 1950s onwards11ocn765620201bookPhipson, JoanThe way home and Fly into dangerArchivesGalley proofs of The way home (first published London : Macmillan, 1973). Final typescript of Fly into danger (first published New York: Atheneum, 1977; later published in the UK and Australia as The bird smugglers)11ocn222297800visuBolton, AlecPortraits of Joan Phipson, Mandurama, 1985, and 1991PortraitsThree negatives are of Joan Phipson with Rosemary Bolton and Colin Fitzhardinge, and 1 negative of Joan Phipson and Rosemary Bolton, as shown on contact sheet P2192/23411ocn221651056rcrd1975Phipson, Joan[Monologue by Joan Phipson about her writing]BiographyPhipson speaks about her early life in Australia, England and India; her early attempts at writing; writing radio serials; assessing one's own writing; her writing pattern; her first children's book; writing for children+-+5927185885324+-+5927185885324Fri Mar 21 15:12:29 EDT 2014batch25640