Jorell: For Those Who Believe in Fairies...and Those Who Don't

This environmental fairy story for children of 8 - 80 is by the late Andrew E Wade. His wife Rosemary is republishing it as an ebook.

The fairies need Tim's help. Their home in the old-growth forest is in danger of being logged for timber. Can Tim convince his father, the manager of a sawmill, to stop old-growth logging in the forest, and save the fairies? More

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About Andrew Wade

The late Andrew E Wade (1929-2012) aka Ewart Wade was a film editor for both ABC Australia and Crawford Productions – his most notable project was the police drama 'Homicide' – and a sometime film-maker of both documentaries and movies for children. He was a member of the first panel concerned with standards in Australian children's TV. As Ewart Wade, he published the trade journals SCRIPT, SCREEN AND ART, and LUMIERE.

He also worked much of his life as a freelance journalist, specialising in investigative work; and founded Kiplings in Melbourne, which published newsletters for businesses.

Andrew, with the collaboration of his friend and colleague Jo Rawson, brought the 'Discovery' program for teenagers to Australia.

He was born and lived most of his life in Melbourne, but also lived and worked briefly in London as a young man, and later lived for a time in Sydney with his young family. He travelled the world at several different periods of his life, and spent his last 20 years in Northern Rivers, NSW (Australia) with his second wife Rosemary, near both Mt Warning and The Pinnacle, where JORELL, his environmental fairy story for children 8-11, is set.

JORELL was previously published in paperback by The Australian Booksellers' Association, and a second edition was published by Life Magic, the business name of Andrew and Rosemary Wade.

Andrew's widow, known professionally as Rosemary Nissen-Wade, is the publisher of the ebook version of JORELL and owns the rights.

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