A children’s author, novelist and brief story writer, she actually is most widely known for such works of children’s literature as The Silent A single (1981) and Bow Straight down Shadrach (1991). Her books for adults, including Guy of Straw (1972) as well as the Growing Period (1979), typically concentrate on family members struggles. Her delivery name was Cassia Pleasure Summers, and she was created in Levin, New Zealand. She received an honorary doctorate from Massey School. She published 500 reading instructions books and was positively involved with teaching reading abilities to kids and the training disabled. She was wedded three moments– to Ted Cowley, Malcolm Mason, and Terry Coles– and acquired two sons and two daughters. Her initial novel, Nest within a Fallen Tree, was converted to a 1971 film using a screenplay with the renowned children’s writer, Roald Dahl.
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|The Orchard||1996||Short story|
|The Silent One||1985||novel|
|Carry Me Back||1982||story|
|The Night Digger||1971||novel "Nest in a Falling Tree"|
|Aunty & the Star People||2014||Documentary||Herself|
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