By Brian, Janeen
In a moment of temporary insanity, Sol Tranter challenges bully, Aggo, to a game of handball, and what's worse he blurts out that he is going to beat him using hypnotism. Sol is miserable and desperate in equal measure, and with no plan forthcoming, he hopes for a miracle. Ages 8...-12.Read more
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Janeen Brian spent her childhood in the seaside town of Brighton, in South Australia. After attending a dame school type kindergarten, she attended Brighton Primary and Brighton High Schools. Aged 16 she trained as a primary teacher at Wattle Park Teachers' College and at 18 stood in front of her first class of Year 5 Students. Her teaching career saw her work as in Junior Primary, Primary, Drama and as a Teacher-Librarian. While raising a family of two daughters, she also began a 4-year career with a professional children's theatre company, both acting and writing. She has also been involved in over 100 television and radio commercials as well as dozens of voiceovers for radio and video. She began dabbling in writing in her thirties but it was several years before she began to be published with an educational publisher. Since then she has written over 80 books both in trade and educational, and in genres ranging from picture books to poetry, short fiction, non-fiction and novels. Janeen has several awards to her name and many of her books have been translated and published overseas. She also writes for national and overseas children's magazines and has over 200 poems, plays, stories or articles published. She is of Cornish descent and loved researching the time when That Boy, Jack is set. For more information about the author, please visit her website: www.janeenbrian.com/
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