Gretel Killeen (Author)

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Gretel Killeen (Photo credit: Marc Burlace 2010)

Photo credit: Marc Burlace 2010

Gretel Killeen is the author of many books for both adults and children, including the My Sister is... series, The Night My Bum Dropped and Hot Buns & Ophelia Get a Bloke. She is published in Australia, Europe and Canada.

After dropping out of law studies, Gretel started her career as a stand-up comic. She has since worked as a voice actor, columnist, radio presenter and was the host of Big Brother Australia for seven years. She has two (almost) grown-up children and lives in Sydney.

 

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Book Cover:  I Love You Zelda Bloo
Published: 03/05/2010
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781742530574
Book Cover:  Jimmy & Gret Don't Do Sex
Published: 22/09/2010
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781742531366
Book Cover:  My Brother's A Gizzard Book 4
Published: 22/08/2012
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781742536408
Book Cover:  My Brother's A Snotrocket Book 3

It's not easy  saving the world  from your  crazy alien  neighbours, but that's what Zeke and Eppie Have to do  today .
So far  they've been turned into an  egghead, catapulted through the air  in an enormous bra, plopped into a  ginormous   ice-cream  and then d ragged through space  in a stocking.


It's not easy  saving the world  from your  crazy alien  neighbours, but that's what Zeke and Eppie Have to do  today .
So far  they've been turned into an  egghead...

Published: 22/02/2012
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781742534909
Book Cover:  My Brother's A Wormburger
In book two of Gretal Killeen's new series, brother and sister duo Zeke and Eppie have been turned into Aliens by their neighbours!
In book two of Gretal Killeen's new series, brother and sister duo Zeke and Eppie have been turned into Aliens by their neighbours!
Published: 23/08/2011
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781742533988

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07 Apr 2016
Cloudstreet 25th Anniversary
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Cloudstreet, Tim Winton’s sprawling, comic epic about luck and love, fortitude and forgiveness, and the magic of the everyday. However it may never have been published had it not been for the stranger who chased after Tim with the manuscript he’d left it on a bus in Rome. Since it was first published by McPhee Gribble on 1 April 1991 Tim Winton’s award-winning novel has been reimagined as a successful play, a major TV mini-series and now an opera.

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