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by Shaun Tan,John Marsden
John Marsden was born in Melbourne, Australia in 1950
John Marsden was born in Melbourne, Australia in 1950. In 1969 he began an Arts/Law Degree at the University of Sydney, but soon abandoned this for a series of exotic jobs. It was not until 1978 that he found a career which suited him: that of teaching. Award-winning artist and author Shaun Tan has achieved international recognition for his work, including the CBCA Picture Book of the Year Award for this book, an Honor Book Award for Memorial (with G. Crew) and The Lost Thing, an APA Design Award, an Honorable Mention at the Bologna Book Fair, three Aurealis Awards, and Spectrum Gold and Silver Awards.
John Marsden and Shaun Tan aren't afraid to write political books and more people should be educated on their work. Nov 02, 2010 Jessica Rawden rated it liked it.
In John Marsden’s The Rabbits one hears the sharp, no-nonsense, powerful voice of the natives (depicted here as numbats) who regard the ‘rabbits’ with a measure of distrust, caution, resentment, defeat, despair, and overwhelming sense of disquiet – all spoken in a matter-of-fact tone that.
In John Marsden’s The Rabbits one hears the sharp, no-nonsense, powerful voice of the natives (depicted here as numbats) who regard the ‘rabbits’ with a measure of distrust, caution, resentment, defeat, despair, and overwhelming sense of disquiet – all spoken in a matter-of-fact tone that pierces one’s being to the core. The narrative shows a linear, sequential progression with the rabbits arriving many grandparents ago (as seen in the photo above), and how the old people warned us: be careful.
A unique and alluring art book showcasing Shaun Tan's extraordinary sculptures based on the timeless and compelling fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm.
by John Marsden · Shaun Tan. 2003·. Uses rabbits, a species introduced to Australia, to represent an allegory of the arrival of Europeans in Australia and the widespread environmental destruction caused by man throughout the continent. A unique and alluring art book showcasing Shaun Tan's extraordinary sculptures based on the timeless and compelling fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm. In this beautifully presented volume, the essence of seventy-five fairy tales by the Brothers Grimm is wo. Writers of the Future Volume 28.
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About Shaun Tan. John Marsden is one of the most popular writers of young adult fiction
About Shaun Tan. John Marsden is one of the most popular writers of young adult fiction. His books have sold more than three million copies worldwide and he has won or been shortlisted for every major award for children's and young adult literature in Australia, including CBCA Children's Book of the Year and Picture Book of the Year, the National Book Award and numerous others. After more than thirty books he is arguably one of the best known and most respected novelists for young adults. He lives near Melbourne, where he is Principal of Candlebark School
John Marsden and Shaun Tan. TEACHERS’ NOTES. The Rabbits has the potential to have a cult following because it breaks the bounds of the usual concept of a ‘picture book’.
John Marsden and Shaun Tan. The Rabbits raises numerous points for discussion in the classroom, as it deals with so many issues. It can be used to examine aspects of the curriculum in a creative and innovative way in the areas of English, Art, Technology, Philosophy, Studies of Society and the Environment - History, Geography and Environmental Studies - from Years 5-6 through to Year 12.
John Marsden has done a couple of interesting things with the traditional story structure, especially in the final two steps. Shaun Tan writes about his work on his own blog. I highly recommend taking a look at Tan’s entry on The Rabbits if you haven’t already. Story structure of the rabbits. The native creatures are not very numerous. They are vulnerable to invasion. At first they want to get to know the rabbits. There aren’t many rabbits. But after a while too many rabbits come.