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Nadia Wheatley is an award-winning Australian writer whose work includes picture books, novels, biography and history. Perhaps best known for her classic picture book My Place (illustrated by Donna Rawlins), the author’s biography of Charmian Clift was described by critic Peter Craven as 'one of the greatest Australian biographies'. Another great book by her is a Banner Bold which is a historical novel.

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by Wheatley, Nadia, 1949-
Rydalmere, NSW : Hodder Children's Books, 1997 , ©1997
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by Wheatley, Nadia, 1949-
Newtown, N.S.W. : Walker Books Australia, 2008
 
 
by Wheatley, Nadia, 1949-
Norwood, S. Aust. : Omnibus Books, 1998 , ©1998
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by Wheatley, Nadia, 1949-
Ringwood, Victoria : Puffin, 1987 , ©1985
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by Wheatley, Nadia, 1949-
Ringwood, Vic. : Penguin, 2001
 
 
by Wheatley, Nadia, 1949-
Kew East, Victoria : Windy Hollow Books, 2015 , ©2015
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by Wheatley, Nadia, 1949-
Sydney, N.S.W. : Lothian, 2012 , ©1984
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by Wheatley, Nadia, 1949-
London : Viking Kestrel, 1988, c1987
 
 
by Wheatley, Nadia, 1949-
Ringwood, Vic. : Viking Kestrel, 1987
 
 
by Wheatley, Nadia, 1949-
Ringwood, Victoria : Penguin Books, 2001 , ©2001
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by Wheatley, Nadia, 1949-
Melbourne : Oxford University Press, 1986 , ©1982
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by Wheatley, Nadia, 1949-
Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2006
 
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