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Tim Wynne-Jones

Photo: Larry Ostrom 1998

When he was three, Tim ran away from home with a tea cozy on his head. That was in Cheshire, England. He ended up in Kitimat, B.C. He is not sure if these incidents are connected, but he believes fervently that if one is going to become a writer one should keep one's head warm. Tim has written twenty-two books, a dozen radio plays, the book and libretto for an opera, the book and lyrics for a musical, and lots of songs for his band, Louis the Dreamer. He lives on 76 acres of bush in Eastern Ontario with Amanda Lewis, their three children and a number of cats.

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Lord of the Fries. Toronto: Groundwood Books, 1999.
On Tumbledown Hill. Red Deer, Alberta: Red Deer Press, 1998.
Stephen Fair. Toronto: Groundwood Books, 1998.
The Maestro. Toronto: Groundwood Books, 1995.
The Book of Changes. Toronto: Groundwood Books, 1994.


Governor-General's Award for Some of the Kinder Planets.
Governor-General's Award for The Maestro.
Canadian Library Association of Children's Book Awards for Some of the Kinder Planets and Stephen Fair.
The Boston Globe-Horn Book Award for Some of the Kinder Planets.
Seal First Novel Award for Odd's End.
Eligible for National Public Readings Program :


Northern OAC WITS:
GST not applicable