Mattingley, Christobel (Rosemary)
MATTINGLEY, Christobel (Rosemary)
MATTINGLEY, Christobel (Rosemary). Australian, b. 1931. Genres: Novellas/Short stories, Children's fiction, Young adult fiction, Poetry, Film, History, Race relations, Biography, Picture/board books. Career: Librarian, Dept. of Immigration, Canberra, 1951, Latrobe Valley Libraries, Victoria, 1953, Prince Alfred College, Adelaide, 1956-57, and St. Peter's Girls' School, Adelaide, 1966-70; acquisitions librarian, 1971, reader services librarian, 1972, Wattle Park Teachers' College, Adelaide; reader services librarian, Murray Park College of Advanced Education, Adelaide, 1973-74; script- writer, South Australian Film Corp., 1977-79. Publications: The Picnic Dog, 1970; Windmill at Magpie Creek, 1971; Worm Weather, 1971; Emu Kite, 1972; Queen of the Wheat Castles, 1973; The Battle of the Galah Trees, 1974; Show and Tell, 1974; Tiger's Milk, 1974; The Surprise Mouse, 1974; Lizard Log, 1975; The Great Ballagundi Damper Bake, 1975; The Long Walk, 1976; The Special Present, 1977; New Patches for Old, 1977; The Big Swim, 1977; Budgerigar Blue, 1978; The Jetty, 1978; Black Dog, 1979; Rummage, 1981; Brave with Ben, 1982; Lexl and the Lion Party, 1982; Duck Boy, 1983; The Magic Saddle, 1983; Southerly Buster, 1983; The Angel with a Mouth Organ, 1984; Ghost Sitter, 1984; The Miracle Tree, 1985; McGruer and the Goat, 1987; (ed.) South Australian Sesquicentenary Aboriginal History Volume: Survival in Our Own Land, 1988; The Butcher, the Beagle and the Dog Catcher, 1990; Tucker's Mob, 1992; The Sack, 1993; No Gun for Asmir, 1993; The Race, 1995; Asmir in Vienna, 1995; Escape from Sarajevo, 1996; Daniel's Secret, 1997; Ginger, 1997; Work Wanted, 1998; Hurry up, Alice, 1998; Cockawun and Cockatoo, 1999; First Friend, 2000; King of the Wilderness, 2001; Ruby of Trowulta, 2003. Address: 10 Rosebank Terrace, Stonyfell, SA 5066, Australia.