Trent Roberts is a screenwriter and author who lives in the western suburbs of Melbourne with his partner, two kidlets and French bulldog, Ziggy. He loves the ocean, weird animals, indie pop and choc-tops. While he can't do any of the stunts described in his book, he can do a half-decent forward roll and, in perfect conditions, remain upright on his surfboard for a few seconds.
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Trent's books include:
Kate recommends Our Time on Earth: From the Mayfly to the Immortal Jellyfish by Lilly Murray and Jesse Hodgson, published in Australia by Allen and Unwin.
Get Me Out of Here by Pauline Deeves and Brent Wilson, published by Allen and Unwin.
A Blue Kind of Day by Rachel Tomlinson and Tori-Jay Mordey, published by Penguin Random House.
Nat recommends Surviving The Wild by Remy Lai, published by Allen & Unwin.
Worst Week Ever: Tuesday by Matt Cosgrove & Eva Amores, published by Scholastic.
Family Tree by Josh Pyke & Ronojoy Ghosh, published by Scholastic.
Liz recommends All the Little Tricky Things by Karys McEwen, published by Text Publishing
Tasmanian Devil written by Claire Saxby, illustrated by Max Hamilton and published by Walker Books
Under the Moonlight by Susannah Crispe, published by Hachette
Crumbs written by Phil Cummings, illustrated by Shane DeVries and published by Scholastic Press
This episode, Liz shouts out to the newest sub-branch of CBCA NSW - Canterbury-Bankstown Inner West (CBIW), more easily known as 'see-byu'!
Connecting readers, creators, libraries and teacher librarians in this region of Sydney, it can be joined or followed by anyone with a passion for kids' books. Head to the website where you can subscribe to the newsletter, and find CBIW on the socials at:
On Kate's radar is a new campaign, backed by the American Library Association, called Unite Against Book Bans. Attempts to ban books from libraries are rising at an unprecedented level in the USA. The American Library Association reported more than 729 attempted bans of 1,597 individual books in 2021 alone. If you'd like to support the campaign to keep great books on library shelves, visit the website at www.uniteagainstbookbans.org where you can make a donation or find great social media resources.
This episode, thanks to our SUPER generous friends at Pan Macmillan, we’re giving away a mammoth prize pack including, Stunt Kids by today’s guest Trent Roberts plus How to Spell Catastrophe by Fiona Wood, Maku by Meyne Wyatt, When Granny Came to Stay by Alice Pung and Treehouse Tales by Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton.
Head to our WIN page and simply tell us about your greatest stunt ever.
Enter your answer (or ask a parent to) by 5pm Tuesday 19 July to be in the running.
To illustrators Ramona Davey and Marianne Khoo for all our wonderful One More Page images.
And to our sound editor Adam Orlowski for his wonderful audio genius - check out his other work at www.aosd.tk
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