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Heat Wave  : Ball Stars Series: Book 2 - David Lawrence

Heat Wave

Ball Stars Series: Book 2

Paperback Published: 30th January 2017
ISBN: 9780143781653
Number Of Pages: 144
For Ages: 7 - 8 years old

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A fun-filled junior fiction series written in partnership with Basketball Australia

After wiping the floor in the interschool comp, Danny and his Bench Warmer mates are now playing club basketball. Their team is the Robdale Raptors and with a first-rate coach and basketball naturals like Crystal, Omyr, Angie and Leanne on their side, these newbies could pose a real threat! Especially when their resident commentator, Cody, is showing huge improvements on court.

But with Greg ‘The Goat’ McGriffin running out for the all-star Holesley Heat team, the Raptors are going to face some FIERCE opposition – and that’s before Robdale Primary’s scheming principal has laid down her devious plan to ruin the Raptors’ chances!

Can the team make it to the grand final or will they be a total no-show?

About the Author

David Lawrence is a comedy writer/performer who accidentally became a children’s author in 2008. He has written for numerous TV shows including Hamish & Andy, Comedy Inc., and Talkin’ About Your Generation, and is cast member of the ABC3 children’s sketch comedy show, You’re Skitting Me. His books, Anna Flowers and the three part Fox Swift series, have sporting themes and use humour to tackle issues such as bullying and racism in schools. David still hopes to play AFL football and win a Brownlow Medal ... but at age 51, it’s going to be tough.

ISBN: 9780143781653
ISBN-10: 0143781650
Series: Ball Stars
Audience: Children
For Ages: 7 - 8 years old
For Grades: 2 - 3
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 144
Published: 30th January 2017
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 20.0 x 13.3  x 1.0
Weight (kg): 0.11

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