Hey cHEwY gum gums I’ll be in Singapore for my first cHEwY tour there, participating in the Asian Festival of Children’s Content from May 25th to 29th. I’ll be presenting talks and workshops for teachers, parents and creators alike. For more information on the extensive program and/or to register, please check out the...
Happee New Year cHEwY gum gums! I’ll be travelling down south for the CBCA Kids Day Out on 20th January, at the Dapto Ribbonwood Centre. There will be many author and illustrator talks with Di Bates, Sandy Fussell, and Sue Whiting, plus many more! I’m on at 11am, but come down for the whole morning for bookish fun!
Hey cHEwY gum gums The Children’s festival of moving stories is on again, and I’m delighted to be a part of a writers festival held out in Western Sydney! I’ll be joining Russ the Story Bus at two events; on the 8th of November at the Parramatta Eels Training Ground, Old Salesyard Reserve at 1pm, with Emma Quay and a few...
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I’m Oliver Phommavanh, funny children’s author, comedian and primary school teacher. I write stories that make you laugh and cry (because you’ll be laughing too much!)
My new book, The Other Christy comes out 13th June!
Thai-riffic and Con-nerd are in the KOALA Hall of Fame!
I’m also featured in the anthology, Things a Map won’t show you! Out now!
You can buy them from all great bookstores or online at Booktopia
Praise for Con-nerd.
‘Must read. Getting geeky is no longer freaky.’ -K Zone magazine
‘4 stars’-Mania magazine
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