Julie Fison has written eleven books for children and young adults, a play, short stories and travel articles. Her books include the Hazard River adventure series for young adventure lovers and stories in the Choose Your Own Ever After series that let the reader decide how the story goes. Her latest work is a play for secondary school students As the Crow Flies that brings together sport and spirits. What could possibly go wrong?
Choose Your Own Ever After
‘Tween girls will simply love this choose your own adventure style new series. Dealing with real world issues, How to Get to Rio gives the reader a delicious amount of power over the story they read – what will your Ever After be?‘
The Little Bookroom
Jack Wilde and his friends come up against smugglers, rogue developers and dodgy fishermen while holidaying at Hazard River. How will they survive the summer?
“The modern context, sporting through-line and intertextual references to supernatural tropes make this an excellent resource for our Year 10 course. I believe this text will resonate with students, but I also like that it is easily adaptable to a range of teaching and learning contexts.”