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Jan Ramage is a published author of children's books. Published credits of Jan Ramage include Eyes in the Night and Tuart Dwellers, Stranded and Deepsea Whale Rescue.Tuart Dwellers winner of the 2009 Picture Book Wilderness Award was also short listed for an Eve Pownall award in the 2009 CBCA awards and chosen as a notable in the picture book category. Tuart Dwellers tells of one day in the life... More
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Jan's Published Works Ages Date Published
Books 1 - 4 from Jan's published works
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1. Deepsea whale rescue (Hardcover)
    Author: Jan Ramage, Mark Wilson
    Illustrator: Mark Wilson
    Publisher: Department of Environment and Conservation WA
All Ages 12/31/2011
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1 Reviews
2. Stranded (Hardcover)
    Author: Jan Ramage
    Illustrator: Mark Wilson
    Publisher: Black Dog Publisher
Ages 9-12 01/01/2010
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2 Reviews  
3. Tuart Dwellers (Hardcover)
    Author: Jan Ramage
    Illustrator: Ellen Hickman
    Publisher: Department of Environment and Conservation, WA
All Ages 01/01/2008
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2 Reviews  
4. Eyes in the Night (Hardcover)
    Author: Jan Ramage
    Illustrator: Laura Peterson
    Publisher: Univ of Western Australia Pr
Ages 4-8 07/01/2004
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Books 1 - 4 from Jan's bookshelf
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1. Deepsea whale rescue (Hardcover)
    Author: Jan Ramage, Mark Wilson
    Illustrator: Mark Wilson
    Publisher: Department of Environment and Conservation WA
All Ages 4/28/2012
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Jan said: Deepsea Whale Rescue is based on the true story of a humpback mother's courageous defence of her calf against attack by a pod of killer whales. But once mother and calf are safe, divers watching from ...more
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2. Stranded (Hardcover)
    Author: Jan Ramage
    Illustrator: Mark Wilson
    Publisher: Black Dog Publisher
Ages 9-12 9/15/2010
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Jan said: Stranded is based on the true story of a town whose peole saved 120 beached whales, Stranded is the story of one little whale, and the boy who risked his life to save it.
2 Reviews  
3. Tuart Dwellers (Hardcover)
    Author: Jan Ramage
    Illustrator: Ellen Hickman
    Publisher: Department of Environment and Conservation, WA
All Ages 1/2/2009
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Jan said: Tuart Dwellers tells of one day in the life of a Tuart, an endangered tree found only in a small coastal strip in Western Australia. "From break of dawn to nightfall, the tuart is not as it appears...more
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4. Eyes in the Night (Hardcover)
    Author: Jan Ramage
    Illustrator: Laura Peterson
    Publisher: Univ of Western Australia Pr
Ages 4-8 12/29/2008
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Jan said: Eyes in the Night won a Crichton honour prize in the CBC Awards for its illustrations by Laura Peterson and was shortlisted for an environmental award by the Wilderness Society.
2 Reviews  
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Comment by April S. Hopmere on 12/1/2009 at 5:42 AM:
Hi Jan, thanks! Hehe, I'll let my parents know that you like the name they picked. I'm glad they called me April - it always reminds me of spring, somehow, even if, in Australia, April entails winter's entrance and a cold Easter...
Yeah, I am very passionate about literacy and can't wait ... more
Comment by Nata Romeo on 10/20/2009 at 5:27 PM:
thank you Jan :-)
Comment by Sarah Renée on 10/12/2009 at 12:46 PM:
Hi, thanks for accepting my friend request. I'm so excited about getting published! Your books sound really good, too!
Comment by JR Poulter on 1/8/2009 at 6:30 PM:
Striking covers Jan! I'll have to look for the books.

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