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Alex and the Winter Star
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Alex and the Winter Star

Ann Coburn
In this sequel to Ann Coburg's much-loved Alex and the Warrior, Alex and Cat are once again faced with keeping the unruly Warrior under control. This time he is trying to rid the world of the Skarg, little computer game monsters which somehow have found a way to break out of the game and are planning world domination! Only through securing the help of his friend Alex can Warrior stop the villains dastardly plans and save the world from invasion…

Incorporating the themes of friendship and what it means to belong, Alex and the Winter Star is jam packed with adventure, danger and magic, but is underlined by important concepts and issues. Alex’s new adventures are sure to capture the imagination of young readers and actors, sending them spinning into a mystical world of possibilities.

Cast : 3M, 2F
Oberon Books | 978-1-84002-849-2 | Sales rights: Australia/NZ | PB
Coburn: Three Plays
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Coburn: Three Plays

Get Up and Tie Your Fingers / Safe / Devil’s Ground

Ann Coburn
Get Up and Tie Your Fingers
Ann Coburn’s first play, is the achingly sad and ultimately uplifting story of three women coping with death, dealing with guilt, and learning to let their children go.

Taps into the deep, shared roots of childhood in order to explore contemporary parental fears about the safety of their children.

Devil's Ground
The story of an historical act of genocide, told through the personal tragedy of the Reiver family. There are parallels with Mafia families and with 21st century gang-warfare in this determinedly unromantic slant on the lives of the 16th century bandits in the Scottish borders, and in the political cynicism of James VI ridding himself of his old supporters when they had become embarrassing liabilities. An exploration of what happens to a family with no option but to stand and face its own destruction.

Oberon Books | 978-1-84002-364-0 | Sales rights: Australia/NZ | PB