Neil Grant was born in Scotland in the year of the Fire Horse. He graduated from the International School of Kuala Lumpur in 1985 and spent a large part of his adult life travelling and working in a variety of jobs, including instrument steriliser, forklift driver, banana picker, dishwasher and brickie's labourer. His long involvement with the ocean and the difficult business of struggling from boyhood to manhood (almost there) led him to write about these things.
Kinglake had one day of disaster with far-reaching effects; Kabul has endured 30 years of war. IN this remarkable collection of young people's writing, students from schools in Kinglake and Kabul share their stories of resilience, courage and hope.Category: Junior non-fiction
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
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