- Author:Margaret Balderson,Victor G. Ambrus
- Publisher:Gregg Pr; First Edition edition (April 1, 1980)
- Pages:238 pages
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Margaret Balderson (Author)
Margaret Balderson (Author). Victor G. Ambrus (Illustrator). View Margaret Balderson's profile. About Victor G. Ambrus (Illustrator) : Victor G. Ambrus is a published author and an illustrator of children's books and young adult books more View Victor G. Ambrus' profile.
Generally, books in this category will be appropriate in style and content for . University of Queensland Press. Margaret Balderson, illustrated by Victor G. Ambrus. When Jays Fly to Barbmo by Margaret Balderson (1969). Uhu by Annette Macarthur-Onslow (1970).
Generally, books in this category will be appropriate in style and content for readers in their secondary years of schooling. When Jays Fly to Barbmo. Oxford University Press.
When Jays Fly to Barbmo (1968) is the debut novel for children by Australian author Margaret Balderson, illustrated by Victor Ambrus. It won the Children's Book of the Year Award: Older Readers in 1969. The novel is set on a remote island off the coast of Norway during World War II. It follows the story of 14-year-old Ingeborg who must survive during a long dark winter after her aunt dies and the Nazis take over the island.
When Jays fly to Bárbmo. Children's historical novel, winner of the Australian Children's Book Council Book of the Year for Older Readers in 1969. Gregg Press children's literature series. When Jays fly to Bárbmo. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove When Jays fly to Bárbmo from your list? When Jays fly to Bárbmo. by Margaret Balderson. The German invasion of Norway in 1940 brings tragedy to 14-year-old Ingeborg and she has to survive a long hard winter on an occupied island. She also discovers the carefully guarded secret of her heritage.
Australian children's book author Margaret Balderson first made a name for herself with When Jays Fly to Bárbmo, a coming-of-age story about Ingeborg, a Norwegian girl who experiences the German invasion of Norway during World War II. The fear of invasion, and then its traumatic.
by. Margaret Balderson. Published September 1st 1968 by Oxford University Press. 0192712918 (ISBN13: 9780192712912). Children's Book Council of Australia Award for Book of the Year (1969).
Library of Congress Children's Literature Center Children's Books (1969. Information from the German Common Knowledge. 03Stories for Older Boys and Girls, 1969). Library Association (British) Carnegie Medal, Honour Book (1968).
Margaret Balderson is an Australian novelist and writer for children who was born in Concord, New South Wales in 1935. She won the 1969 Children's Book of the Year Award: Older Readers award for her debut novel When Jays Fly to Barbmo. Balderson attended Fort Street High School before commencing library work. She undertook a working holiday to Europe in the 1960s and travelled to and worked in Norway where she gathered material for her debut novel.
by Margaret Balderson. Publisher:Oxford University Press. Children's Children's Books Teen & Young Adult.