Hey cHEwY gums gums The Other Christy tour continues online as I’ll be visiting various blog sites doing some interviews and guest posts about my new book. Here’s the schedule! Monday 27th June: Boomerang Books This one’s already up as a special sneak peek… Tuesday 28th June: Alphabet Soup Wednesday 29th June: Tristan...
Hey cHEwY gum gums It’s been 5 years since I’ve last been up north to Mackay for the Whitsundays Voices Literature Festival, so I’m super pumped to see some keen readers and kids there. I’ll be joining an array of awesome authors like John Marsden (who I’m sharing a panel discussion with on Wednesday night, 13th...
Hey cHEwY gum gums I’ll be launching my sixth cHEwY creation, The Other Christy in Sydney. Here are the details When: June 11th, 2-4pm Where: Dymocks in Sydney, 424 George St What else?: The wonderful Libby Gleeson will be launching the book for me. There will be cakes and baked treats for all. Plus it’s also a Room to...
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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 is out now!
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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