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The Curse of the Vampire Robot

Graeme Base

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HARPER360
01 September 2021
Classic vampire mythology meets nerdy computer-speak in a rhyming tale of adventure, humour and compassion from master storyteller Graeme Base.

Deep in the Scottish Highlands, Many years from now ...

Gertie Gif, a lowly cleaning droid from the village of Loch Lan, sets out on an heroic quest to liberate her fellow robo-folk from the curse of a legendary, battery-draining laptop who lives in the castle on the hill.

Will Gertie and her little software-wolf companion succeed in cleaning out the vampire's corrupted heart?

Or will the Curse of Voltoid remain forever hanging over the valley?

Classic vampire mythology meets nerdy computer-speak in a rhyming tale of adventure, bravery and compassion from master storyteller Graeme Base.
By:   Graeme Base
Imprint:   HARPER360
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 259mm,  Width: 213mm,  Spine: 10mm
Weight:   329g
ISBN:   9781460754696
ISBN 10:   1460754697
Pages:   32
Publication Date:   01 September 2021
Recommended Age:   From 5 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Graeme Base has been writing and illustrating for children for over thirty years, with worldwide bestsellers Animalia, The Eleventh Hour and The Waterhole known and loved by millions around the world. The recipient of numerous Australian and international publishing awards, and with global sales exceeding six million copies, he has established himself as one of Australia's pre-eminent creators of imaginative works for children. A passion for music and theatre has led him to adapt three of his titles for the stage, writing the book, music and lyrics for The Sign of the Seahorse (Melbourne Concert Hall 2002, Kennedy Centre Washington 2009), My Grandma Lived in Gooligulch (Vic Arts Centre 2006) and Jungle Drums (2008). He is currently adapting his 1999 sci-fi epic The Worst Band in the Universe as a concert/stageplay and working with acclaimed puppeteer Peter Wilson to create a stage version of The Waterhole. Graeme collaborated with Ewan Burnett of Burberry Productions to create a 40 x half hour animated television series based on Animalia. To date the series has been sold into approximately 130 territories worldwide and in 2009 won a Daytime Emmy for best musical score. Graeme has been award an honorary doctorate from Swinburne University in recognition of his achievements in children's book publishing. graemebase.com.au

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