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The Mouth That Roared
The Mouth That Roared (Large Print)
A Memoir
by Les Twentyman and Robert Hillman
Publisher Wild Dingo Press
Published on: 01 July 2017
Categories Biography & Autobiography
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Our Price: US$32.99
 

Volume(s): 1
Format Details: 16pt, Verdana
ISBN(s): 9781525243059
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About the Book
Award-winning writer Robert Hillman has collaborated with one of Australia's best-known youth outreach workers and social campaigners to bring his story to the public. Les Twentyman is a success story on many fronts: attracting a dedicated and passionate team who work directly with young people to bring about individual change, and building a huge public profile to support his work. In this memoir, Robert goes behind the public knowledge to find out what makes Les tick, where he came from, and who and what made him Australia's foremost advocate for our most vulnerable young people. Take a journey with one of Australia's living treasures to the ugliest side of life and to the best.
About the Author
Leslie Twentyman OAM is a prominent youth outreach worker and community activist in the western suburbs of Melbourne. Raised in Braybrook, he is one of Victoria's best known social campaigners on issues ranging from homelessness, drug abuse, prison reform and social welfare. Robert Hillman is a Melbourne-based writer who has written more than 60 works of fiction and non-fiction. As well as a having a devoted general readership, his books feature in school libraries all over Australia and his autobiography, The Boy in the Green Suit, won the 2005 Australian National Biography Award.
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