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Writing in Wet Cement: Hotshots

Andrew Daddo, Craig Smith

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Fiction, General fiction (Children's / Teenage)

Writing in Wet Cement is a hilarious Hotshots title from Andrew Daddo.

Most kids will have to move house or school at least once - here's a story they can relate to!

Sputz, the family dog, vomits and slobbers all the way to the new house, and Angus and Emily don't blame him. They didn't want to move in the first place! All their friends and family are back in the city and this place will never be a real home. The kids at school are either boofheads or bullies. And the teacher slobbers more than the dog. So it's quite a surprise when they find themselves fitting in.

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Andrew Daddo

Andrew Daddo is an author, columnist, corporate coach, radio broadcaster, TV presenter, fisherman (hopeless), golfer (woeful), chef (getting better), dad, and well, let s be honest, he has had a go at just about everything. For the past twenty-four years, Andrew has worked primarily as a TV presenter. He's also authored eighteen books, has a regular column in Australian Golf Digest and Sydney's Sun-Herald and presented the Evening program for Sydney's 702 ABC Radio and hosted summer afternoons on 2UE.

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