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A Lot of Stuff Happens
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Adrian Beck Andrew Daddo
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A Lot of Stuff Happens

Adrian Beck Andrew Daddo Oliver Phommavanh Will Kostakis


9780143794752

Puffin


Children's & Educational;
General fiction (Children's&YA);
Personal & social issues


Paperback

368 pages

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A collection of four awesome Stuff Happens books in one, from some of Australia's favourite children's authors and edited by Susannah McFarlane, the concept creator behind Zac Power and Go Girl!

When stuff happens to Ned, Dale, Sean and Ethan at Monvale Primary, it's just the everyday stuff.

You know, friendships, ghost stories, the school play, disappearing hamburgers, new teachers, singing monkeys and lions, the first day at school, flags made of underwear, living up to older brothers and sisters, warring dinosaurs.

Stuff that happens all the time!

By:   Adrian Beck, Andrew Daddo, Oliver Phommavanh, Will Kostakis
Imprint:   Puffin
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 196mm,  Width: 129mm,  Spine: 28mm
Weight:   338g
ISBN:   9780143794752
ISBN 10:   0143794752
Pages:   368
Publication Date:   February 2019
Recommended Age:   From 7 to 11 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Adrian Beck (Author) Adrian Beck is a TV producer and has worked on shows such as The Footy Show, The Logie Awards, Carols by Candlelight, Prank Patrol and Kids' WB. He is the author of the Kick it to Nick series, a collaboration with AFL Hall of Famer Shane Crawford, and Dale in the Stuff Happens series.Andrew Daddo (Author) Andrew Daddo had a starring role on 'I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!' in 2015, but his first real TV job was as host of the ABC's national music show The Factory, which gave him cult status amongst Australian teenagers. After a year in New York as the first Australian to graduate to MTV 'VJ', he returned to become a household name with programs like The World's Greatest Commercials, Australia's Funniest People and comfortably adapted to news program 11AM. He's presented the Olympics with Seven in Sydney and Beijing, enjoyed the good life of a professional traveller with The Great Outdoors, appeared in three films and one stage show. Andrew's done a lot!Andrew Daddo is also an accomplished author of 25 best-selling books for all ages - picture books, chapter books, short story collections, young adult novels and adult non-fiction. He writes each month for Australian Golf Digest and contributes regularly to Essential Kids, Sydney Morning Herald and various travel magazines. Over the past ten years he has spoken to literally hundreds of thousands of school children around Australia about the importance of literacy.Oliver Phommavanh (Author) Oliver is a young Thai-Australian writer for children. He has featured on panels at the Sydney Writers' Festival among many other appearances at festivals and writing events as well as in blogs. He has worked as a primary school teacher and now spends his time writing and sharing his writing passion with kids and engaging them with humour. He's also a stand-up comedian and has appeared on national TV and radio as well as a number of well-known comedy venues such as the Comedy Store in Sydney. His first book, Thai-riffic!, was published to critical acclaim, followed by Con-nerd, Punchlines, Thai-no-mite, Ethan in the Stuff Happens series in 2015, The Other Christy and, most recently, Super Con-nerd.Will Kostakis (Author) Personally, Will Kostakis is ready to catch a ball two seconds after it?s hit him in the face. Professionally, he?s thankful he?s chosen a career that requires little (if any) coordination. After dabbling in celebrity journalism and reality TV, he now writes for young adults.His first novel, Loathing Lola, was released when he was just nineteen, and his second, The First Third, won the 2014 Gold Inky Award. It was also shortlisted for the Children?s Book Council of Australia Book of the Year and Prime Minister?s Literary awards.The Sidekicks is his third novel for young adults.

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