Ishmael and the Return of the Dugongs
Written by Michael Gerard Bauer
Part of the Don't Call Me Ishmael Series
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This is a great read with a comic genius at work. It's the hilarious follow-up to the critically acclaimed Don't Call Me Ishmael! It deals with growing-up issues in an amusing way: school-life, friendship and bullying, written by an award winning Australian author. Readers will be instantly engaged with this moving, comic tale and the dialogue which is full of wit will draw you into the characters.
Ishmael and the Return of the Dugongs by Michael Gerard Bauer
Ishmael is back at St Daniel's for another year of misadventure, with his best mate Razz determined to set him up with dream-girl, Kelly. But before Ishmael can win her heart, he has to overcome a mortifying pool incident, a nasty knock-out and getting caught red-handed with Kelly's diary. Ishmael's only hope lies with his Dad's rock band, but can the Dugongs set everything right?
‘Comic genius and a great read...’ Sue Baker, The Bookseller
‘Reminiscent of Louis Sachar's school stories, this is a moving comic tale of taking on the bullies.’ Fiona Noble, The Bookseller
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