HONOUR BOOK: CBCA Book of the Year, Younger Readers, 2004He's do-wrong Ronwho does the wrong things at the wrong timeor the right things at the wrong timeor the wrong things at the right time.until he finds Charliethe guinea pig who looks like an oversized ratand they meet Isabellewho is waiting for somethinganythingto happen.And when Ron plans a musical welcome for Isabelle's nana, anything just might happen. Written in vivid prose-poem snapshots, this is an engaging, illustrated story book for young readers.
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Renne is the pseudonym of Ren e Rahir. She was born on February 4, 1956. As a child she already was fond of drawing, but she also loved to write. She has a degree in Plastic Arts and used to work for the magazine Tintin. Renne lives in the country, in the Ardennes (Belgium), surrounded by nature and animals, her biggest source of inspiration.More about Steven Herrick
Steven Herrick was born in Brisbane, the youngest of seven children. At school his favourite subject was soccer, and he dreamed of football glory while he worked at various jobs, including fruit picking. Now Steven writes for children and teenagers and visits many schools each year. He loves talking to the students and their teachers about poetry, and soccerMore about Caroline Magerl