Tigers on the Beach

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Penguin Random House, 2014 - Australian - 250 pages
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Have you eard the one about the guy who lost a grandfather, but found a girlfriend? It's funny. t's also kind of sad. And some of the bits that are sad are aslo kind of funny (but only if you laugh at that sort of thing). Adam thinks Samantha could be the one for him. But first he has to sort out his parents crumbling marriage, stop getting into embarrassing situations involving public nudity, find out what's making his gran so angry, stop his little brother doing something really, really dangerous and work out what's so funny about two tigers on the beach. It can't be that hard, can it?

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About the author (2014)

Doug MacLeod was a Melbourne writer of books and TV. In 2008 the Australian Writers' Guild awarded him the Fred Parsons award for contribution to Australian comedy. He worked as a writer on shows such as Fast Forward and SeaChange, and as script editor on three seasons of Kath and Kim.

He also devised and co-wrote the animated series Dogstar, which has been screened all over the world. Doug received two Australian Writers' Guild awards for his scripts for series one, as well as the inaugural John Hinde award for science fiction. His best known book is Sister Madge's Book of Nuns, which started as a practical joke on a publisher. He left his full-time TV job in 2002 to focus on writing books for young adults. He published more than twenty books with Penguin, including most recently, Tigers on the Beach, The Life of a Teenage Body-Snatcher, a CBCA Honour Book in 2012 shortlisted for the Victorian Premier's Literary Awards and the Aurealis Awards, and The Shiny Guys, shortlisted for the 2013 CBCA Book of the Year Awards. One of his novels, The Clockwork Forest, was presented as a play by The Sydney Theatre Company in 2008, and in 2013 he wrote Margaret Fulton- Queen of the Dessert, a musical about the life of Margaret Fulton.

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