A Whole Lot of Wayne by P-AllenUnwin

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Fabulously funny and uniquely Australian, this is great fun for everyone: a bumper book of lots of embarrassing, hilarious, true-to-life stories featuring Wayne, his family and friends.Wayne, how come the book's called A Whole Lot of Wayne?Because that's what it is, Squocka, a whole lot of me. The time I went to Rupert Pringle's party, the time I skinned my knee. All the emotional stuff.But I'm in the book too, Wayne, so it's a whole lot of me as well.Sure it is, Squocka - you, Kevin Merry, Fat Cat, Violet Pridmore and my ever-helpful family. Laughs by the bucketful.If our book could talk, Wayne,I wonder what it would say?I bet it would say, Don't just stand there, buy me!'Plus, Twenty-five stories - with heaps about Squocka.'But mainly me. A Whole Lot of Wayne.

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									A Whole Lot of Wayne
Author: David McRobbie
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Fabulously funny and uniquely Australian, this is great fun for everyone: a bumper book of lots of
embarrassing, hilarious, true-to-life stories featuring Wayne, his family and friends.Wayne, how come the
book's called A Whole Lot of Wayne?Because that's what it is, Squocka, a whole lot of me. The time I
went to Rupert Pringle's party, the time I skinned my knee. All the emotional stuff.But I'm in the book too,
Wayne, so it's a whole lot of me as well.Sure it is, Squocka - you, Kevin Merry, Fat Cat, Violet Pridmore
and my ever-helpful family. Laughs by the bucketful.If our book could talk, Wayne,I wonder what it would
say?I bet it would say, Don't just stand there, buy me!'Plus, Twenty-five stories - with heaps about
Squocka.'But mainly me. A Whole Lot of Wayne.
Author Bio
David McRobbie
David McRobbie was born in Scotland. He has worked as a ship's engineer, a primary-school teacher,
college lecturer, parliamentary researcher in Papua New Guinea, scriptwriter and producer of children's
radio and television programs for the ABC. He is now a full-time writer and lives in Queensland.The
original four 'Wayne' books were hugely popular and were adapted into the successful ABC television
series, 'The Wayne Manifesto' which was screened in 54 countries.David has written many other best-
selling books for children and young adults including the thriller See How They Run, which was adapted
as a gripping ABC/BBC television series and Eugenie Sandler PI which has been adapted for the
ABC/ITV. His young adult novel, Tyro, was shortlisted for the 2000 Children's Book Council of Australia
Book of the Year Award for Older Readers. Fergul McPhail was published in 2000 and was adapted for
television.

								
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