Sparklers Level 2 - A Hairy Question by Hazel Edwards


Sparklers Level 2 - A Hairy Question by Hazel Edwards

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Hazel Edwards

Best known for ‘There's a Hippopotamus on Our Roof Eating Cake’, which is approaching its 30th anniversary, Hazel writes across media, including YA novel ‘FakeID’,(Tamil translation in progress) She co-authored ex blog “ Cycling Solo: Ireland to Istanbul” (Brolga) with her cartographer son Trevelyan Quest Edwards, the original 3 year old mind behind the hippo concept.

Her web site has details of her Antarctic expedition publications. Hazel runs Non Boring Writing workshops for genealogists ,and web-chats about her ‘Gang O Kids ‘ orienteering literacy series which encourage students to write their own local sleuths. In 2006 she was a national Literacy Champion and she’s Education portfolio holder on the Australian Society of Authors’ committee. Her 180 books have been translated into many languages.

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Publication date

30th January 2001



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