My Life is a Toilet

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Random House Australia, 1994 - Diaries - 258 pages
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This is the tale of 15 year old Fleur Trotter. It starts with a bad haircut and the sort of unattractive boy who makes mould look exciting, and ends with the usual love, death, flood, fire, fortune telling and bust development. 'Without doubt the most honest and hilarious account of adolescent agony since The Bible.' - Fleur Trotter 'Lies' - Fleur's mother 'If Fleur gets this published she'll be up for adoption' - Fleur's father 'Fleur sucks. Who cares what she does!' - Miss Priss and Bum Face (Fleur's sisters)

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About the author (1994)

Gretel Killeen is the author of over twenty books for children and has been published in Australia, Britain, Europe, Asia and Canada. Having started her career as a stand- up comic, Gretel hit the heights of recognisability while hosting the enormously popular 'Big Brother' shows. Gretel is currently running around like a headless chook raising her son and daughter and working on several projects at once.

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