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Books by Phillip Gwynne (8)

  • This gutsy novel, set in a small coastal town in South Australia is a rites-of-passage story about two boys confronting the depth of racism that exists all around them.

  • Introducing . . . The Lords of Melody!! From the acclaimed author of Deadly Unna? comes this hilarious new novel for upper primary about the weird and wonderful things that can happen when you have music in your life - whether you want it or not!

  • From a master storyteller comes this heartfelt tale of friendship . . . and seeing past our differences.

  • Michael is the best swimmer in the school, probably the state, maybe the country. He trains all the time, determined to do his best for himself, for the coach, for his parents, for everyone. Then one day he sees a skater fly down the hill on a board and he starts to wonder if there is more to life than swimming.

  • Max, Lily, Boaz and Jesse are stuck in Kids' Club at an island resort, forced to watch endless Pirates of the Caribbean re-runs while their parents relax by the pool.

  • Hugh is 16. He loves cello, he's a closet car fanatic, and he has no luck with girls. When his grandfather, Poppy, asks him to go on one last road trip to Uluru in his 1970 Holden HG Monaro GTS 350 V8, Hugh decides, for once in his life, to do the unexpected. Little does he know that Poppy has an ulterior motive . . . one that would take both their lives in a direction they never expected . . .

  • Jetty Rats is a fast, funny, insightful and moving novel that will make you laugh out loud and perhaps want to go fishing!