Dead Ringer

Dead Ringer Rory and Dawn are following the trail of the Slobberers A snail with Slobberer disease leads them to Howard the brother Rory never knew he had and they continue the search for their dad They fight a

  • Title: Dead Ringer
  • Author: Paul Jennings
  • ISBN: 9780140387780
  • Page: 308
  • Format: None
  • Rory and Dawn are following the trail of the Slobberers A snail with Slobberer disease leads them to Howard, the brother Rory never knew he had, and they continue the search for their dad They fight against gripping, writhing roots that trap them in their car, roots that kill feral pigs as they eat them.

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    About " Paul Jennings "

  • Paul Jennings

    Paul Jennings was born in Heston near London, and at the age of 6 emigrated to Melbourne, Australia on a boat He was on the boat for 5 weeks with his family He attended Bentleigh West Primary School and Caulfield Grammar School.After graduating from school, he went to Frankston Teachers College now part of Monash University and became a teacher He taught students at Frankston State School, Kangaroo Flat State School, the Turana Youth Training Centre, and the Royal Children s Hospital State School in Mount Eliza He later went on to study at the Lincoln Institute of Health Science now part of LaTrobe University and became a speech pathologist, then worked as a Lecturer in Special Education at Burwood State College now part of Deakin University In 1979 he became Senior Lecturer in Language and Literature at Warrnambool Institute of Advanced Education now part of Deakin University.In 1985, Jennings first book of short stories, Unreal was published, during which he worked as a lecturer and wrote part time in 1989, he made the decision to devote his full time to writing Many of his short stories, published between 1985 and 1991, were also adapted into the first and second series of the popular Australian television show Round the Twist.Winner of the Dromkeen Medal 2000.

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  • Considering by now we're on book 4 there's more to go on and yes, i'm enjoying the story. My favourite thing about these books is probably the authors notes at the end of each one though.


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