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Name  Goldie Alexander

Role  Author
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Books  Surviving Sydney Cove: Th, Transported: The Diary of Elizabe, Mentoring Your Memoir, PM Chapter Books ‑ R, Body and Soul
Similar People  Hazel Edwards, Patricia Bernard, Sophie Masson, Allan Baillie, Libby Gleeson

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Goldie Alexander is an Australian author, born in Melbourne to Polish migrants.

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Awards

  • Scholarship for the Romanian Writers Exchange Program September 2005
  • Australian Society of Authors Mentor program 2005-2006, 2010 -2011, 2012-2013
  • 2000 & 2001 Mary Grant Bruce Award for two long short stories Mavis Road Medley. CBC Notable Book. Short Listed by the Office of Multicultural Affairs. 'Youth Literature 150 best Book
  • Easternport Bay - Victorian Ministry of Arts Writing grant
  • My Australian Story: Surviving Sydney Cove - CBC Notable Book
  • Cassie’s Big Swim - Brant Point Literary prize
  • Body and Soul - Brant Point Literary prize
  • Mavis Road Medley chosen by the State Library of Victoria and the Australian Centre for Youth Literature as one of 150 'treasures' to celebrate their 150th anniversary.
  • The Fellowship of Australian Writers Victoria Inc. National Literary Awards — FAW Mary Grant Bruce Award Short Story Award for Children's Literature with Roger Marchant - 2000.
  • The Fellowship of Australian Writers Victoria Inc. National Literary Awards — FAW Mary Grant Bruce Award Short Story Award for Children's Literature with Kerry Coombe - 1999.
  • Cybertricks" a 2016 Notable CBCA

    Style

    A review of Hedgeburners described Alexander as "an experienced writer for primary-age children" and praised the "compelling plot, convincing characterization" and natural language used in the work.

    A reviewer for the non-fiction book "Talking about Your Weight" noted that the work offered "good information and interesting insights" about the topic and they felt that it would not make readers self-conscious. They noted that the focus was on "balance and solutions" and that information on eating disorders was not sensationalized.

    References

    Goldie Alexander Wikipedia


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