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Fri Mar 21 17:12:06 2014 UTClccn-n880535830.00The school that John built0.080.63John Marsden darkness, shadow, and light /41907871John_Marsden_(writer)n 880535832410272Marsden, Johnマーズデン, ジョンlccn-n00032930Tan, Shaunilllccn-no2009105983Dougherty, Suzinrtns-linton ellie fictitious characterLinton, Ellie (Fictitious character)viaf-282191501Gelder, Molly vanlccn-no2008067197Hosking, Katenrtfast-908158Ellie (Fictitious character : Marsden)lccn-no2009203913Martin, Mikaelanrtlccn-n97002872Moore, John Noelllccn-no2005032149Bolinda Audio (Firm)lccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616Marsden, John1950-FictionJuvenile worksYoung adult worksWar storiesDramaBiographyFilm adaptationsDiary fictionDystopiasPicture booksAustraliaFriendshipWar storiesSurvivalGuerrillasTeenagersWarFamiliesLoss (Psychology)PrisonersLettersEmotional problems of teenagersChildren's stories, AustralianHuman-alien encountersDepression in childrenBelonging (Social psychology)Lost articlesIdentity (Philosophical concept)Extraterrestrial beingsIntroduced organismsCulture conflictInterpersonal relationsGriefWar--Moral and ethical aspectsPeople with disabilitiesCombat survivalWar--Psychological aspectsShipwreck survivalDenmarkMurderRevengePrincesDogsWinterMental illnessPsychiatric hospitalsSelf-relianceDiariesMarsden, John,Young adult fictionPicture books for childrenUnderground movements, WarCourageYoung adult fiction, AustralianYoung adult fiction--AuthorshipDysfunctional familiesDeathRabbitsImperialismWar and society1950198319851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013296883011241[FIC]PZ7.M35145ocn829981731ocn829981885ocn723663308262556ocn031046081book19930.07Marsden, JohnTomorrow, when the war beganJuvenile worksFictionYoung adult worksSeven Australian teenagers return from a camping trip in the bush to discover that their country has been invaded and they must hide to stay alive+-+9821520485184150ocn035085097book19940.07Marsden, JohnThe dead of nightJuvenile worksFictionDystopiasYoung adult worksSix determined Australian teenagers try to find their missing friends while continuing to resist the enemies who have invaded their country+-+5982830485175533ocn029522790book19910.07Marsden, JohnLetters from the insideJuvenile worksFictionYoung adult worksThe relationship between two teenage girls who become acquainted through letters intensifies as their correspondence reveals some of the terrible problems of their lives+-+1034310485163228ocn036520924book19950.07Marsden, JohnA killing frostJuvenile worksFictionYoung adult worksEllie and her friends, a small band of teenagers trying to survive in the Australian countryside, continue to resist the enemies who have invaded their country+-+4082830485148529ocn039627629book19960.07Marsden, JohnDarkness, be my friendJuvenile worksFictionYoung adult worksAs survivors of an enemy invasion of their homeland, Ellie and her friends return to Australia as guides for soldiers from New Zealand who plan an attack on the Wirrawee airfield+-+2927740485145329ocn040417768book19970.07Marsden, JohnBurning for revengeJuvenile worksFictionDystopiasYoung adult worksHaving been separated from the New Zealand rescue troops they were guiding, five Australian teenagers continue their resistance against the unknown enemy invading their homeland+-+6905140485140236ocn018908057book19870.07Marsden, JohnSo much to tell youJuvenile worksFictionDiary fictionYoung adult worksSent to a hospital by her mother, Marina, a disfigured Australian girl who refuses to speak, reveals her thoughts and feelings in a diary+-+1928524995132530ocn044613000book19880.07Marsden, JohnThe night is for huntingJuvenile worksFictionAdventure storiesYoung adult worksWhile trying to care for a group of abandoned young children, five Australian teenagers continue their struggle for survival and their resistance against the enemy invading their homeland+-+0175253615131827ocn044612967book19990.07Marsden, JohnThe other side of dawnJuvenile worksFictionDystopiasYoung adult worksEllie and her friends, five Australian teenagers who survived the enemy invasion of their country, use guerrilla tactics to support a major counterattack by New Zealand troops+-+637525361513101ocn662407663book20110.06Tan, ShaunLost & foundJuvenile worksFictionThree stories explore how we lose and find what matters most to us, as a girl finds a bright spot in a dark world, a boy leads a strange, lost being home, and a group of peaceful creatures loses its home to cruel invaders+-+89747709059189ocn303039886book20080.07Marsden, JohnHamlet : a novelFictionYoung adult worksGrieving for the recent death of his beloved father and appalled by his mother's quick remarriage to his uncle, Hamlet, heir to the Danish throne, struggles with conflicting emotions, particularly after his father's ghost appeals to him to avenge his death+-+K60991812585614ocn085774571book20030.08Marsden, JohnWhile I liveJuvenile worksFictionOfficially the war is over, but Ellie can not seem to escape it and resume a normal life especially after her parents are murdered and she becomes the ward of an unscrupulous lawyer who wants to acquire her family's property+-+136832489582218ocn038081916book19960.07Marsden, JohnCheckersJuvenile worksFictionSpeaking from a mental hospital, a teenage girl recounts the tremendous media pressure that preceded the breaking scandal of her father's unethical business dealings+-+190203048572312ocn050240888book20000.07Marsden, JohnWinterJuvenile worksFictionYoung adult worksOrphaned at four years old, Australian sixteen-year-old Winter de Salis returns to her childhood home in an attempt to find out about her dead parents and her own past+-+449318489564224ocn051736209book19980.07Marsden, JohnThe rabbitsJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksPicture booksUses rabbits, a species introduced to Australia, to represent an allegory of the arrival of Europeans in Australia and the widespread environmental destruction caused by man throughout the continent. A sophisticated picture book. Suggested level: primary, intermediate+-+218669982542614ocn061130843book19900.06Marsden, JohnOut of timeJuvenile worksFictionJames, a strange, silent boy, makes the acquaintance of old Mr. Woodford, a physicist who constructs a mysterious black box, but when the box comes into the boy's possession, it draws him into a magical and dangerous world, in and out of time+-+176968012541412ocn192081898book20040.07Marsden, JohnIncurableJuvenile worksFictionWar storiesYoung adult worksEllie has struggled to put the war behind her and lead a normal life, but when the border clashes begin to escalate, putting Ellie and the young boy she cares for in danger, she must risk her life to save them+-+977832489539013ocn303465664book20030.07Marsden, JohnCircle of flightJuvenile worksFictionWar storiesYoung adult worksThe Ellie Chronicles, the follow-up to the Tomorrow Series, tells of post-invasion Australia as witnessed by teenage Ellie. In this final installment, Ellie's responsibility for her surrogate brother Gavin is threatened by both enemy forces and the government and she finds herself fighting both but on different fields of battle+-+167832489529722ocn055849916rcrd19990.07Marsden, JohnTomorrow, when the war beganJuvenile worksFictionYoung adult worksSeven Australian teenagers return from a camping trip in the bush to discover that their country has been invaded and they must hide to stay alive+-+71485859262898ocn038415830book19970.17Marsden, JohnA prayer for the 21st centuryJuvenile worksA prayer expressing deeply held hopes for the new millennium+-+77998223362738ocn694791360file20100.63Moore, John NoellJohn Marsden darkness, shadow, and lightJohn Marsden is the best known of all contemporary Australian writers for young adults. A master storyteller, Marsden's 7-volume Tomorrow Series has become a landmark in Australian YA fiction, capturing the hearts and minds of readers around the world. This critical study of Marsden's work explores how he develops his story ideas, the major beliefs and themes that are interwoven into his stories, how he creates his characters, and much more. Marsden fans, literature students, and teachers will find this an engaging YA Lit resource+-+83290356351281ocn045151361book20000.20Marsden, JohnMarsden on Marsden : the stories behind John Marsden's bestselling booksBiographyJohn Marsden gives the reader insight into his feelings as he wrote books like So much to tell you, Letters from the inside, and the Tomorrow series__+-+51671858853241275ocn799873547visu20100.17Tomorrow, when the war beganJuvenile worksDramaFilm adaptationsSeven college bound friends return from a weekend camping trip to discover that a foreign army has invaded their Australian homeland. With their friends and families taken prisoner, they must band together and find a way to fight for their freedom and survival361ocn154622041visu19950.23The John Marsden videoWriter John Marsden shows the many notebooks and files, full of stories he has been collecting for years. Hear the writer talk about "So much to tell you", "Letters from the inside", "Looking for trouble" and his trilogy starting with "Tomorrow when the War begins."161ocn040268204book19980.47Howse, MargaretJohn Marsden novel assignmentsCriticism, interpretation, etcAbout John Marsden - About the novels; Assignments: Tomorrow, when the war began - The dead of the night - The third day, the frost - Darkness, be my friend - Burning for revenge - The war series - So much to tell you - Take my word for it - Out of time - The journey - The great Gatenby - Checkers - Letters from the inside - Dear Miffy - Cool school and Creep street; Photocopy masters____________121ocn053347773visu19990.47The writing process with Marsden, Hathorn, Metzenthen and MaloneyInterviewsIn this program John Marsden, Libby Hathorn, David Metzenthen and James Maloney explore their various ways of working as writers. They deal particularly with such things as inspiration, influences, characterisation, plot, and the time taken to develop an idea81ocn222925082book20000.47Stubbs, SueAn instant unit of work on Tomorrow, When The War Began by John Marsden : novel study71ocn269451662visu19980.08Marsden, JohnJohn Marsden, writing the warJuvenile worksAuthor John Marsden and producer John Moss discuss Marsden's War series, especially 'Tomorrow when the war began'. Marsden explains his writing process71ocn222924855book20000.47Keyes, JodieAn instant unit of work on Letters From The Inside by John Marsden : novel study71ocn221445216book19940.27Morgan, AstridJohn Marsden's Letters from the insideCriticism, interpretation, etc42ocn271519082visu20070.47The school that John builtWhen Australian Story first met teenage fiction author John Marsden in 2002 he was suffering writers block and had given up full-time teaching. Frustrated with the traditional school system and the obsession for control in the classroom, he began channelling his energy into student writing camps at his vast Victorian property. Out of the writing camps came a much bigger ambition. As a challenge to the long-held beliefs of what makes good learning, Marsden decided to start his own school. Candlebark opened in January 2006 and is the antithesis to the concrete schoolyards of Marsden's childhood. The driving philosophy is that children should be adventurous academically, socially and physically. The school has only one rule no student can exclude another. Although Candlebark is a powerful challenge to the theories of traditional education, the jury is still out on whether the school's approach works31ocn056197720visu20020.27John Marsden writing the war31ocn057252650visu20020.27John Marsden writing the war"One of the best ways to learn about writing is to hear from other writers and in this program viewers gain invaluable insights into the life and work of best-selling author, John Marsden ('Tomorrow, When the War Began'), while also learning creative writing techniques and gaining understanding of the writing process."--Container21ocn222129939rcrd19960.47McAlley, HelenHelen McAlley's commentary on "Letters from the inside" by John MarsdenCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFiction21ocn768248674visu19950.47The John Marsden video"I'm a spy, thief and a liar says John Marsden. "And I get paid for it". Funny, astute and practical too, this profile of one of Australia's master storytellers and educators give great insights into the wornerful world of writing. Join John at home as he show us just what an avid collector of stories he really is, stories that he has spun to acclaimed works of fiction like "Tomorrow, When the War Began" and "So Much To Tell You". He also explores some of the key elements that make his writing so real; research, language skills and persistence"--Container21ocn156753526score20040.47Hamilton, DavidOnly the moon has secrets, from Whisper you all the way home : for SSATB chorus, unaccompaniedMusical settings11ocn826422639com2007The school that John builtStory of John Marsden, author of teenage fiction. Marsden has started his own school, Candlebark, which opened in January 2006. The driving philosophy is that children should be adventurous academically, socially and physically. Candlebark is a powerful challenge to the theories of traditional education, and it is still controversial as to whether the school's approach works. Celebrated as one of Australia's best authors for young people, Marsden's new mission to inspire and challenge the next generation has given him a fresh passion for teaching11ocn639183536visu0.47John MarsdenSummary: John Marsden may well be Australia's most influential author. With more than 30 books and over three million sales, he's certainly one of its most successful. The undisputed king of teenage fiction, his controversial, often dark novels, have bought him a devoted following, and not just in Australia. In 2000, the Swedish Government paid to have one of his books distributed to every child of appropriate age in the country. Who is this man? Why do our children want to hear what he has to say? Offair, ABC, 65 min11ocn224222761rcrd20040.47Marsden, JohnWriters' Week 2004Conference proceedingsAnecdotesRecording of a talk by authors and poets, both Australian and overseas attending the 2004 Adelaide Writers' Week11ocn781591731visu20070.47The school that John builtAn update from popular and controversial teenage writer John Marsden on the trials and tribulations of opening a school true to his teaching philosophy+-+8974770905+-+8974770905Fri Mar 21 15:53:16 EDT 2014batch43271