Music School by Asphyxia
  

Synopsis

Music School by Asphyxia

The fourth magnificent adventure for Martha Grimstone. Martha moves to the city to board with Lady Stirling and attend the Queen's Music Academy, but will music school hold the answers she seeks?

About the Author

Asphyxia is an artist, circus performer, puppeteer and writer. She is also Deaf. Her name is unusual, but she is an unusual person! Asphyxia grew up in Melbourne surrounded by an unruly mob of brothers, sisters and cousins. As one of the eldest, she took it upon herself to direct everyone in elaborate games about witches, faeries, pixies, goblins and evil characters. She wrote her first book at twelve and entered it in the St Kilda Writers' Festival competition where it won first prize. Since then, she has been a ballerina, a circus performer, a puppeteer, and a creator of her own theatrical productions, where she tells stories physically and with sign language. The Grimstones - Hatched and Mortimer Revealed have toured around Australia and overseas to great acclaim. The Grimstones books are based on these shows. For more information about the Grimstones, visit thegrimstones.com

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages
Interest Age: From 8

Author

Asphyxia
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Publisher

Allen & Unwin Children's Books an imprint of Allen & Unwin

Publication date

1st December 2013

ISBN

9781743316252


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