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It’s a real thrill to step into the future on this sci-fi adventure tour with the impressive author Cameron Macintosh – hugely passionate about engaging kids into reading with his wit, energy and oh-so-cool themes to explore. So, time to use your best super-sleuthing skills! Let’s fly…
Cameron Macintosh is an author and editor based in his home town of Melbourne. He studied Psychology and Italian at Melbourne University, and Professional Writing at RMIT. He has worked in educational publishing since 2001, editing hundreds of primary literacy books and teaching materials for teachers and students.
Cameron has now written more than 80 books for primary and early secondary students. In 2017 he crossed over into trade publishing with the release of the first book in his Max Booth Future Sleuth series – a humour-filled sci-fi series for 7 to 10-year-olds. Previous titles in the series include Tape Escape and Selfie Search (read our review), with the latest, Stamp Safari released in August 2018 (illustrated by Dave Atze, published by Big Sky Publishing).
In the few minutes per week that he isn’t wrestling with words on the laptop, Cameron loves playing the guitar, reading music biographies and drawing angry-looking owls.
We’ve been doing our own sleuthing and found out some juicy goss about Cameron! Check it here…
And a little teaser of Stamp Safari – with Max and his robo-dog Oscar – can be viewed right here…
Cameron Macintosh: website | facebook | instagram | twitter
Max Booth series: Big Sky Publishing | Boomerang Books
Now jump across to Michelle Worthington’s blog, Share Your Story, for an entertaining encounter with Cameron Macintosh!
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4 thoughts to “Discover Cameron Macintosh and Max Booth Stamp Safari”
Cameron sounds very accomplished. I enjoyed your fun video interview presentation. 🙂
I always love making the videos! Cameron has certainly achieved a lot! 🙂
The videos are a joy to watch. Cameron has achieved a lot.
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