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Meet the Author: Ginger Green creator Kim Kane

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You're invited to meet Kim Kane, creator of our favourite feisty fox, Ginger Green!

Ginger Green has just turned eight, and Kim wants to bring young readers up to speed!

Join Kim Kane for a reading, (fake) ear piercings, a craft activity, book signing and cupcakes!

Tickets are $13 including a copy of 'Ginger Green is Absolutely MAD for Birthday Parties! (mostly)'.



Ginger Green still LOVES play dates, but now she’s absolutely MAD for birthday parties and sleepovers too! Perfect for junior humour fans aged six and up, Ginger’s new adventures are all about fun, friendship and a clever fox who LAUGHS in the face of disaster!

In Ginger Green is Absolutely MAD for Birthday Parties! (mostly), Ginger is turning EIGHT and she’s having an exceptionally royal princess party!
There will be crowns, a fancy castle cake and even SPARKLE SLIME.
But what happens when Crazy Maisy and No-Pants Penny get out of control?

In The NOT-MUCH Sleepover Starring Ginger Green, it’s time for backyard camping at Lottie’s!
Ginger is excited about having a campfire, sleeping in a tent and even a MIDNIGHT FEAST.
But what happens when their snuggly sleepover doesn’t go to plan?



Kim Kane was born in London in a bed bequeathed by Wordsworth for '...a writer, a dancer or a poet'. Despite this auspicious beginning, she went on to practise law.

Kim's picture book Family Forest was shortlisted for the 2011 Children's Book Council of Australia (CBCA) Awards. The Vegetable Ark was a 2011 CBCA Notable Book in two categories. Kim's first novel, Pip: the story of Olive, won the 2008 Barbara Ramsden Award and was shortlisted for the 2009 Australian Book Industry Awards and the Speech Pathology Australian awards. She is also the author of the much loved Ginger Green series.

Kim lives with her family in Melbourne. She writes whenever and wherever she can.