Freaky Stuff

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Random House, 2005 - 9361945949 - 193 pages
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Brian Hobble here. My next fantastically brilliant book, FREAKY STUFF, is about all these scary things that happen to me. It's so freaky, spine-tingling, nerve-racking and gut-churning, it's incredible I'm still alive to tell you about it.In FREAKY STUFF, I have to escape from a savage dog as big as a sabre-toothed tiger, rollerblade down a ramp from 17,000,000,000 kilometres high, rescue my stupid little brother from flesh-eating zombies and, most totally terrifying of all, kiss a girl. I'm not saying who. Nobody you know. No really, I swear, you don't know her.Prepare to be freaked. Very freaked!

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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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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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About the author (2005)

Richard Tulloch grew up in Melbourne, Australia, where he studied law and education and worked as a taxi driver, radio announcer and theatre director. He travelled to Europe where he worked for two years as a musician, car washer, and started writing plays. Tulloch returned to Australia to be an actor, director and writer in Perth, before moving to Sydney. He is a full-time writer of plays, books and television for young audiences and performs in schools, theatres and festivals around the world. Tulloch was Associate Director of the National Theatre Company, Perth, and Artistic Director of the Toe Truck Theatre, Sydney, one of Australia's leading professional companies performing for children. He had written several plays including Year 9 Are Animals and Body and Soul, and stage adaptions of Midnite; Hating Alison Ashley; Space Demons; and Paul Jennings¿ stories in Unbeatable! He has screenwritten 146 episodes of Bananas in Pyjamas as well as Petals; The Magic Mountain; and Fern Gully II: The Magical Rescue. He has won awards for his work including being shortlisted for the Young Australia Best Book Award in 1997 for Mr Biffy's Battle.

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