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The author of the book: Morris Gleitzman
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Date of issue: April 27th 2011
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Language: English

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(BTW im reading this for my literature class at uni)
Im keeping this one very short for once. Whilst i thought this book had a very funny and great protagonist (i loved oliver): oliver who had such a vibrant imagination and such a big heart. I couldnt get over some of the themes that were in the novel - and i think the oreffered age for this book should be higher than it is. I mean Oliver at one stage is disgusted who his paretnes are is deeply upset and hurt at his selish parents. Also this book has some mature themes like finacial crises, banks going bankrupt, all stuff to do with investments. Two scences that defiantly spring to mind are when Nancy (Olivers old nanny who invested $11,000 with olivers parents, his parents have lost all her money) she threatens to hurt a dog that oliver loves and holds a knife to its throat. Oliver is beaten up and punched. Also oliver is taken away and in hiding with his parents as they are in alot of trouble with alot of people who want to know where there money is. So i think that this book is defiantly for very mature young readers - grade 4-grade 5 and up. SO even though i loved oliver and his mind and his attitude i couldnt love the story or the ending.

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Ebook Too Small to Fail read Online! Morris began his writing career as a screenwriter, and wrote his first children's novel in 1985. His brilliantly comic style has endeared him to children and adults alike, and he is now one of Australia's most successful authors, both internationally and at home. He was born in England in 1953 and emigrated to Australia in 1969 so he could escape from school and become a Very Famous Writer.

Before realising that dream, he had a colourful career as paperboy, bottle-shop shelf-stacker, department store Santa Claus, frozen chicken defroster, fashion-design assistant and sugar-mill employee. In between he managed to gain a degree in Professional Writing at the Canberra College of Advanced Education. Later he became sole writer for three award-winning and top-rating seasons with the TV comedy series The Norman Gunston Show.

Morris wrote a number of feature film and telemovie screenplays, including The Other Facts of Life and Second Childhood, both produced by The Australian Children's Television Foundation. The Other Facts of Life won an AWGIE Award for the Best Original Children's Film Script.

He also wrote live stage material for people such as Rolf Harris, Pamela Stephenson and the Governor General of Australia. Morris is well known to many people through his semi-autobiographical columns in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald magazine, Good Weekend, which he wrote for nine years.

But the majority of Morris' accolades are for his hugely popular children's books. One of his most successful books for young people is Two Weeks with the Queen, an international bestseller which was also adapted into a play by Mary Morris. The play had many successful seasons in Australia and was then produced at the National Theatre in London in 1995 directed by Alan Ayckbourn, and also in South Africa, Canada, Japan and the USA.

All his other books have been shortlisted for or have won numerous children's book prizes. These include The Other Facts of Life, Second Childhood, Misery Guts, Worry Warts, Puppy Fat, Blabber Mouth, Sticky Beak, Belly Flop, Water Wings, Bumface, Gift Of The Gab, Toad Rage, Wicked! and Deadly!, two six-part novels written in collaboration with Paul Jennings, Adults Only, Toad Heaven, Boy Overboard, Teacher's Pet, Toad Away, Girl Underground, Worm Story, Once, Aristotle's Nostril, Doubting Thomas, Give Peas A Chance, Then, Toad Surprise, Grace, Now, Too Small To Fail, and his latest book, Pizza Cake. Morris' children's books have been published in the UK, the USA, Germany, Italy, Japan, France, Spain, Portugal, Holland, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Indonesia and Czechoslovakia, Russia and China.

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A cozy book that teaches small things, happiness, in detail!


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