Richard Scarsbrook‘s short stories and poems have been published widely in literary journals, magazines, and anthologies, and he has won a number of prizes and awards. His first book, Cheeseburger Subversive, is a funny, moving must-read young adult novel. Released in May 2003, it is now in its fourth printing. Featherless Bipeds, the exciting rock ’n’ roll sequel to Cheeseburger Subversive, was shortlisted for the 2007 Young Adult Book Award by the Canadian Library Association, and was a 2008/2009 Stellar Book Award (British Columbia’s Teen Readers’ Choice Award) nominee. Richard’s third young adult novel, the White Pine Award-winning The Monkeyface Chronicles, was published by Thistledown Press in April 2010. Richard lives in Toronto.
Books by the Author
ISBN 9781770863118 | 5.375" x 8" | TPB | $14.95 | Age: 13+
A Resource Links Year's Best of 2013
When Bill and Marty go on a joyride in disguise, they accidentally foil a robbery and are caught on video. The video goes viral, and Marty and Bill – or at least, their accidental alter egos, Nothing Man and the Purple Zero – become instant celebrities. (read more)