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Samantha Wheeler

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Samantha Wheeler fell in love with animals when, atthe age of six, she received a tortoise. She went on to study agriculture, workwith dairy farmers, and teach science, until writing her first children’s book,inspired by koalas, in 2011. Her books, which include Smooch & Rose, Spud &Charli, Mister Cassowary, and Wombat Warriors, have been shortlistedfor the Queensland Literary Awards, the Readings Children’s Book Prize, The WildernessSociety’s Environment Award for Children’s Literature, and the Royal ZoologicalSociety of New South Wales Whitley Awards. Samantha hopes her books willencourage everyone to make a difference.

www.samanthawheeler.com.au


ALL TITLES BY SAMANTHA WHEELER
Turtle Trackers
Turtle Trackers
Samantha Wheeler


From the beloved author of Wombat Warriors, Mister Cassowary and Smooch & Rose comes another thrilling adventure about Australia’s endangered animals.


Mister Cassowary
Mister Cassowary
Samantha Wheeler
Samantha Wheeler


Big bird. Big mystery. Can Flynn solve it? New from the author of bestselling Smooch & Rose and Spud & Charli, Mister Cassowary is a thrilling adventure about these unique and dan ...


Wombat Warriors
Wombat Warriors
Samantha Wheeler
Samantha Wheeler


From the beloved author of Mister Cassowary, Smooch & Rose and Spud & Charli comes another thrilling adventure about Australia’s native animals.


Spud & Charli
Spud & Charli
Samantha Wheeler
Samantha Wheeler


An action-packed adventure about horses, bats and getting carried away by your imagination.


Smooch & Rose
Smooch & Rose
Samantha Wheeler
Samantha Wheeler


An inspiring tale about one girl and her fight to make a difference for koalas.


Everything I’ve Never Said
Everything I’ve Ne...
Samantha Wheeler


From bestselling author Samantha Wheeler comes a remarkable novel about finding your voice.


AWARDS
Shortlisted 2014 Queensland Literary Awards - Children’s Books

2014 Australian Family Therapists’ Award for Children’ Literature - Recommended for Younger Readers

Shortlisted 2014 Readings Children’s Book Prize