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Monday, 2 August 2010

Bibliography: Deborah Abela



Welcome to Behind the Books! This is a very special three-day feature, looking at an author or illustrator's work and the stories behind the books.

This week, we are featuring Australian author Deborah Abela, whose new book, Grimsdon, is out in the stores this week. We'll be featuring reviews of several of Deborah's books, an interview with her, and a special guest post about life as a children's author.

Deborah writes junior fiction novels and is also the National Literacy Ambassador for 2010. Below is a list of all her books (click on the covers to read more, and stay tuned for reviews of several of these!)...

Max Remy series:
The Max Remy series was shortlisted for KOALA and YABBA Awards


Max Remy Super Spy: In Search of the Time and Space Machine (2002)

Max Remy Super Spy: Spy Force Revealed (2002)



Max Remy Super Spy: The Nightmare Vortex (2003)




Max Remy Super Spy: The Hollywood Mission (2003)






Max Remy Super Spy: The Amazon Experiment (2004)



Max Remy Super Spy: Blue’s Revenge (2004)



Max Remy Super Spy: The Venice Job (2005)



Max Remy Super Spy: Mission in Malta (2006)



Max Remy Super Spy: The French Code (2007)





Max Remy Super Spy: The Final Curtain (2008)






Jasper Zammit series:



Jasper Zammit (Soccer Legend): The Game of Life (with Johnny Warren) (2005)









Jasper Zammit (Soccer Legend): The Striker (with Johnny Warren) (2005)








Jasper Zammit (Soccer Legend): The Finals (with Johnny Warren) (2006)








Other books: 



The Remarkable Secret of Aurelie Bonhoffen (2009)
Shortlisted: Best Children’s Book Aurealis Awards and Children’s Book Council Notable Book 2010




Grimsdon (2010)
Click here to see a special preview of this new release!

1 comment:

  1. This is fabulous - just HAVE to get the Jasper Zammit books for my soccer-mad son. Can't wait to read the review of Grimsdon!

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