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Nat Amoore
Author | Grade 3-6
New South Wales

Not taking bookings for 2024 until 2024

NAT AMOORE is a Sydney-based writer whose debut novel Secrets Of A Schoolyard Millionaire came out in 2019 with Penguin Random House. It had great success as both Dymocks and QBD’s ‘Kids Book Of The Month’, becoming Australia’s #1 bestselling debut Aussie children’s fiction in 2019 and has now sold into the UK, US, Italy, China, Estonia and Romania.
Her second book The Power Of Positive Pranking was released in 2020, and went on to win the 2021 Environment Award for Children’s Literature. The Right Way To Rock came out in 2021 and is a CBCA Book of the Year Notable. Nat’s fourth book We Run Tomorrow hit stands in May 2022.

Books by Nat Amoore

Shower Land 1: Break the Curse

Quantum Leap meets The Magic Faraway Tree in a hilarious junior fiction series where getting in the shower might send you to another world!

Felix hates Mondays. Dad’s yelling at him to get up. His little brother, Olly, is being super annoying. So when Felix shuts the bathroom door, he wishes he could get away. He turns on the shower and . . .

REEEEKKKKKK!

Felix finds himself standing in the middle of a field . . . naked . . . with an army of soldiers charging at him.

Step 1- Avoid flying pitchforks!
Step 2- Find some PANTS.
Step 3- UM, IS THAT A DRAGON?!?

We Run Tomorrow

Best Suited 9+ years
You can run from your past, but the future is tomorrow . . .

Tonight, we’re gonna kidnap our best friend. We’ll take one backpack each. Grab all our cash. Bring our bikes. And tomorrow? We run.

Sticks, Maki, Jed and Tommy live on the same street. But the adults around them are making decisions that could tear the four friends apart.

When they discover their favourite comicbook series is auditioning kids for the blockbuster movie, they come up with a plan.

The Right Way to Rock

Best Suited 8 – 12 years old
Without music, the world is just blah. That’s my take on life, anyway.
Mum says rock is the only music worth listening to, but I think everyone should find their own beat.
When I hear that Principal Keiren plans to cut all of the arts classes at Watterson Primary, there’s no way me and my new mate Flynn are gonna let that happen. We’re dragging our secret Broadway appreciation society into the spotlight.

The Power of Positive Pranking

Best Suited 8 – 12 years old
The outrageous story of three best friends, one greedy mayor and a whole lot of pranking.

Secrets of a Schoolyard Millionaire

Best Suited 8 – 12 years old
Finding a million dollars in your backyard – every kid’s dream, right? That’s what me and my best friend Toby thought too.

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