Steven Herrick is an Australian poet and author who has published twenty-one books for children and young adults. His books have twice won the NSW Premiers Literary Award (2000, 2005) and have been shortlisted seven times for Book of the Year in the Children's Book Council of Australia Book... show more
Steven Herrick is an Australian poet and author who has published twenty-one books for children and young adults. His books have twice won the NSW Premiers Literary Award (2000, 2005) and have been shortlisted seven times for Book of the Year in the Children's Book Council of Australia Book Awards. He regularly tours throughout Australia, Asia and Europe performing his work in schools and at festivals.in 2012, he published his first travel book, 'baguettes and bicycles: a cycling adventure across France.' This was followed by 'bordeaux and bicycles: a cycling journey along the canals of France' and 'bratwurst and bicycles: a cycling adventure along the Danube.'He is an avid football (soccer) fan and cyclist who lives in the Blue Mountains with his wife, Cathie. They have two adult sons, Jack and Joe.
Birth date: January 01, 1958
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The wolf Characters: Lucy, Jake, the wolf, and the parents. Lucy is a girl who was dealt a bad hand abusive father, annoying brother, passive mother she is silent, strong, at times meek. Jake has a good life and his one goal is to prove his fathers Wolf is real he is level headed, smart, caring. T...
The simple gift review Characters: Billy, Old bill, Caitlin. Billy isn't like any other YA character out there he is smart, well read, polite, normal but he wants to get out from his abusive house hold and he does just that. Old bill the hobo is a man who lost everything he is dirty and sad and ...
I'm sixteen years old and my mouth runs ahead of my brain. Our friend Pele would describe it as - ahem - premature enunciation. Mum says I talk without thinking. She's wrong. I mean what I say, I just shouldn't say it aloud."This was funny with not a page going by without me laughing. And as that qu...
"He looks again towards the door, expecting Mum to walk in and remind him of something he's forgotten. He smiles awkwardly. 'Is that it, Dad? I've got to go.' 'Your Mum said I should mention ... um ... satisfaction.' 'What!' 'She said young men should know things, should be told things so that the g...
Cute, but unusual. The style wasn't like anything I've read before, and it took a great while for me to get into it. A quick and cute read, though.