Freaky Stuff

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Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Jul 15, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 208 pages
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Premonition n.: pre-mo-ni-shun.
Spine-tingling, gut churning feeling you get that you can see into the future where something is about to go horribly wrong!

Look out, World. Fasten your seatbelts. Brian Hobble is back! He's survived all the weird stuff that happened last year when his favorite author, Lance Cummins visited his school. And now Cummins's bestselling book Zombie Squad has been turned into a hit TV show. Brian knows the monsters on the show aren't real, but before he knows it, he has to save his little brother from flesh-eating zombies, rollerblade off a ramp 17,000,000,000 miles high, and most terrifying of all, kiss a girl. He's not saying who she is yet. He'll never crack so don't even try breaking him. Prepare to be freaked. Very freaked!

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

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User Review  - ALindelof - LibraryThing

This is a fun novel about a boy calded Brain and all the funny, freaky stuff that has happened to him in his life. I reccomend this book how like a good laugh. Read full review

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User Review  - laf - LibraryThing

Now I will review Freaky Stuff by Richard Tulloch. Freaky Stuff is about a kid who has to teach his younger brother that fighting is wrong! Can he get his brother to learn the lesson before it's too late? I recommend this book to everyone! Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Richard Tulloch has written many plays, children's books, and for numerous television series, including Bananas in Pajamas. He's acted in a lot of TV, particularly for advertisements in Australia. He is married with two grown-up children. He lives mostly in Sydney, Australia, and part of each year in Amsterdam.

Shane Nagle has been a freelance illustrator since 1992, and his illustrations have appeared in many publications, including Time and Rolling Stone. He lives in Byron Bay, Australia, with his wife and daughter.

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