Weird Stuff by Richard Tulloch

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Brian Hobble isn't much of a writer-he's more of a soccer player. (And sometimes he's not much of a soccer player either!) But one day he borrows a pink Easyflow pen from Nathan Lumsdyke, during his favorite author's school visit, and suddenly, he can't stop writing. Unfortunately for Brian, the pen only writes flowery, embarrassing love stories, even in his science test. Brian can't wait to give the weird pen back...until he realizes Cassandra Wyman is a lot more interested in writing than she is in soccer.

Be sure to look for Richard Tulloch's other book, Freaky Stuff!


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Richard Tulloch grew up in Melbourne, Australia, where he studied law and education and worked as a taxi driver, radio announcer, and theater director. He is a full-time writer of books, plays, screenplays, and television shows for children, including over 150 episodes of Bananas in Pajamas, which has reached an audience of hundreds of millions around the world. Over the past ten years, he has performed his one man show, Story Man, across worldwide theaters, libraries, and schools. He lives part of the year in Sydney, Australia, and part of the year in the Netherlands with his wife, Agnes, and has two children.
Published July 15, 2009 by Walker Childrens. 224 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Interspersed with handwritten sheets, crudely sketched pre-adolescent wish-fulfillment drawings and small flip-page sequences of frogs hatching and coming to gruesome ends, Brian’s bemused account builds to the triumphant discovery that, even without that particular pen, he wields the Writer’s po...

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