Jackjumper by Jane Naqvi | PB
"...an intriguing and beautifully written novel..." ~ Rosie Dub, author of Gathering Storm and Flight
"...a novel that is deeply moving and many layered..." ~ Katherine Johnson, author of Pescador's Wake, Matryoshka, The Better Son and Paris Savages
***Annie and Jak – mother and wayward son. Jak is playing silly buggers when he steps into a nest of jack jumpers.
Included at the end of the book are discussion questions for Book Clubs.
About the author: Jane Naqvi lives in Tasmania between the bush & the sea. She has been a teacher and educator. She has published books, short stories and texts. She also loved to write and produce stage plays and musicals with students and the music staff. Jane was a finalist in the Tasmanian Writers’ Prize 2019 with her short story, Jackjumper, adapted from this novel (then in progress). Jane is now a grandmother of seven, a traveller, bush walker & writer.
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