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Julie Murphy is an Australian children’s writer based in Melbourne. She trained in zoology and zookeeping. Julie has published a range of fiction and non-fiction work, including books, articles, short stories and verse. She has written columns for children in the Australian magazine Pets, Vets ‘n’ People (2002), Cherububble e-magazine (2007– 2010), and Bug News e-magazine (2010 ... More
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Julie's Blog: Julie Murphy's Blog: Stranger than fiction - Recent Posts
3/6/2015Julie added 'The Duck Song'
Julie gave 4 stars to The Duck Song (Hardcover) by Bryant Oden Okay, I'm giving this book 4 stars even though I don't like the illustration style very much, and even though I know after the 100th... Read the rest of this post
3/6/2015The Duck Song
author: Bryant Oden name: Julie average rating: 4.48 book published: 2010 ... Read the rest of this post
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Julie's Published Works Ages Date Published
Books 1 - 4 of 19 from Julie's published works, View all 19 books
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1. My Australia (Hardcover)
    Author: Garry Fleming, Julie Murphy
    Illustrator: Garry Fleming
Ages 4-8 4-/-2/2018
5 Reviews  
2. That's Wild! (ebook)
    Author: Julie Murphy
Ages 4-8 6-/6-/2015
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3. Ocean Animal Adaptations (Amazing Animal Adaptations) (Library Binding)
    Author: Julie Murphy
    Publisher: Capstone Press
Ages 4-8 07/01/2011
7 Reviews  
4. What's the Issue? the Great Barrier Reef Under Threat (Hardcover)
    Author: Julie Murphy
    Publisher: Macmillan
Ages 9-12 03/31/2011
1 Reviews
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Books 1 - 4 of 14 from Julie's bookshelf, View all 14 books
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1. My Australia (Hardcover)
    Author: Garry Fleming, Julie Murphy
    Illustrator: Garry Fleming
Ages 4-8 12/23/2017
Julie tagged as: I wrote
5 Reviews  
2. I've Got Eyes! : Exceptional Eyes of the Animal World (Hardcover)
    Author: Julie Murphy
    Illustrator: Hannah Tolson
    Publisher: Amicus Ink
Ages 4-8 11/26/2017
Julie said: Blurb: Animals in varied habitats describe unique features of their eyes and how they are adapted for the jungle, the deep ocean, the desert, and even the dark. From bulging eyes to hiding eyes, handl...more
tags: I wrote , biology , animals , animal adaptations , eyes
2 Reviews
3. I've Got Feet!: Fantastical Feet of the Animal World (Hardcover)
    Author: Julie Murphy
    Illustrator: Hannah Tolson
    Publisher: Amicus Ink
Ages 4-8 2/23/2017
Julie said: Animals around the world describe unique features of their feet and how they use them. From webbed feet to sticky feet, hooved feet to bright blue feet, young readers are introduced to animal adaption...more
tags: I wrote , biology , animals , nature , animal adaptations
14 Reviews  
4. Coral Reefs Matter (Bioindicator Species) (Library Binding)
    Author: Julie Murphy
    Publisher: ABDO
Ages 9-12 9/24/2015
Julie tagged as: I wrote , ocean , biology , coral
1 Reviews
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Profile Comments
Comment by Lisa van der Velde on 5/13/2011 at 4:10 PM:
Hi Julie. Good to see more Australian writers on Jacketflap.
Comment by Christine Brodien-Jones on 4/8/2011 at 1:38 PM:
Hi Julie, Thanks for ordering 'The Owl Keeper' - I'd love to know what you and your daughter think of it!
I'd love to read your book on Arachnids (Weird, Wild & Wonderful) - especially after having been bitten last year by a brown recluse (I think) and ending up in the hospital! O-:
Best ... more
Comment by Susanne Gervay on 3/25/2011 at 1:07 PM:
Thankyou Julie - Always Jack is a book that means a lot to me - it's a personal journey - also love that SCBWI support my books. So huge thankyou and hope you are writing up a storm
Comment by Jacqui Taylor on 3/20/2011 at 11:50 PM:
Hi Julie, Nice to hear from you. Thanks for your message and congrats on the release of your new book. Hope it does really well!

Comment by Karen Tyrrell on 3/4/2011 at 3:37 PM:
Hi Julie, Thanks for connecting with me on JF.
I'm sure you're connected somewhere else ? Maybe linked in or twitter. Good luck with your books. They look fabulous :))
Comment by Ahmad Amani on 9/1/2010 at 12:25 AM:
Enjoy of a children’s story of Eastern peoples
I am happy of see your web
I’m a children’s writer from iran
“math city” story
a story for publish
a part of story:
Warning: Warning:
To all honorable numbers of the city:
... more
Comment by Kate Cordell on 8/20/2010 at 11:34 PM:
Hi Julie! I love your Aug 12 blog post! Kids are such a great inspiration, and I am continuously inspired by their endless imagination not restricted by the limits of reality that creeps in during adulthood.
My husband and I were in Melbourne BK (before kids!), and we had a fabulous time... more
Comment by Rena Jones on 5/5/2010 at 6:58 PM:
Thanks for adding me, Julie. Your work sounds wonderful!
Comment by Angela Sunde on 3/22/2010 at 1:59 AM:
Hi Julie,
Thanks for you kind words on my page. Yes, I am absolutely thrilled and stunned to be so fortunate with my first book. At the moment I am going through the track changes recommended by my copyeditor.
Congratulations on all your great work also.
Comment by aaron pocock on 9/30/2009 at 9:28 PM:
Thanks so much for the kind words Julie- very much appreciated!
Comment by Angela Sunde on 9/26/2009 at 7:06 AM:
Hi Julie. Thanks for your kind words of support.
Cheers Angela
Comment by Melissa - Ripple Reader on 8/13/2009 at 2:15 PM:
Thanks for being friends Julie!
Here in Colorado we have The Butterfly Pavilion where kids can hold Rosie, a rose-haired tarantula, and they LOVE it! I'm sure kids also love reading your book to learn about arachnids. Have a great day!
Comment by Roland Mechael on 4/17/2009 at 11:06 PM:
Hi Julie,
I'd love to work with you someday when I get a chance. I'm fascinated by all kinds of animals!
Have a great day! :)
Comment by ZooDoc Animal Lover on 2/26/2009 at 2:49 AM:
Hi Julie! I also am facinated by arachnids. I once petted a very large black tarantula in my backyard in Belize, which the neighbors named Eddie. But when I tried to pet a red tarantula, he stood up on his hind legs and changed my mind for me. :-) Keep up the good work. ;-) ZD
Comment by Kim Donald on 2/24/2009 at 10:00 AM:
Thank you for adding me! I am honored to be in the company of a very talented woman and fellow animal lover!
Comment by Janet Halfmann on 2/20/2009 at 8:27 AM:
Welcome, Julie. Good luck with your writing.
Comment by Susan Robinson on 2/2/2009 at 4:18 AM:
Hi Julie! Thanks so much for the encouraging words!
Comment by Daniel Carlton on 1/9/2009 at 10:13 PM:
keep up the great work Julie
Comment by aaron pocock on 5/19/2008 at 7:48 PM:
Thanks for accepting the invite.All the best, aaron.
Comment by aaron pocock on 5/19/2008 at 5:34 AM:
Hi Julie, I found you on Angel's page. I too share a love for wildlife and used to be a wildlife artist, many animal images can be found on my website:
ps, I live in Brisbane.
Good luck with any future projects and continued success with past ones..
All the bes... more
Comment by Angel Domínguez on 5/18/2008 at 12:28 PM:
Dear Julie,
It´s a pleasure to be friends, in the distance of the Earth but so close with our love for the animals.
Luck with your book Australian Animals of the Night, which looks terrific.
Comment by Eric Hammond on 3/21/2008 at 9:17 AM:
Hello, Julie.
Welcome to JacketFlap.

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