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Googad MaGee
by John Hawkins

Overview


Googad Magee is a book about an old man struggling to find something good in his life. A chance encounter with a happy go-lucky snail turns things around for Googad as he learns from her that it is very easy to appreciate what you already have. All proceeds from the sale of Googad Magee are donated to OzHarvest. An amazing organisation fighting food waste and feeding the needy.
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Description


Googad Magee is a book about an old man struggling to find something good about his life. He spends his days aimlessly waiting for something to change. One day a chance encounter with a happy go-lucky snail takes Googad on a small adventure. As he listens to the way his new friend sees the world Googad learns that it is very easy to appreciate the simple things that you already have in your life. All proceeds from the sale of Googad Magee are donated to OzHarvest. An amazing organisation fighting food waste and feeding the needy.
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About the author


John Hawkins is the father of Jesse and Owen Hawkins. He studied philosophy and writing at the University of Newcastle before moving on to become a software developer and do a PhD in computer science at Queensland University. His career has been focused on bioinformatics, machine learning and data science. He writes a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction.
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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Social Issues / Values & Virtues

Language:English

Pages:36

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781543976694


Overview


Googad Magee is a book about an old man struggling to find something good in his life. A chance encounter with a happy go-lucky snail turns things around for Googad as he learns from her that it is very easy to appreciate what you already have. All proceeds from the sale of Googad Magee are donated to OzHarvest. An amazing organisation fighting food waste and feeding the needy.

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Description


Googad Magee is a book about an old man struggling to find something good about his life. He spends his days aimlessly waiting for something to change. One day a chance encounter with a happy go-lucky snail takes Googad on a small adventure. As he listens to the way his new friend sees the world Googad learns that it is very easy to appreciate the simple things that you already have in your life. All proceeds from the sale of Googad Magee are donated to OzHarvest. An amazing organisation fighting food waste and feeding the needy.

Read more

About the author


John Hawkins is the father of Jesse and Owen Hawkins. He studied philosophy and writing at the University of Newcastle before moving on to become a software developer and do a PhD in computer science at Queensland University. His career has been focused on bioinformatics, machine learning and data science. He writes a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction.
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