RECENT PRAISE FOR THE HISTORY HUNTER BOOKS

‘Docudrama-style (stories) with a trove of tantalising titbits and facts. An enticing (series) for young readers interested in mysteries and history.’ Readings bookseller

‘A series that offers so many pathways to explore. History hunter Mark Greenwood has brought a little-known story to life, in an absorbing tale that has all the elements to attract the young reader who enjoys real-life mysteries.’ The Bottom Shelf

 ‘Mark Greenwood has done a fantastic job of covering the disappearance of Fred Valentich from all angles and encouraging the reader to question the situation and conclusions.’ Read NZ Te Pou Muramura

‘Looking for books to inspire searching for clues to uncover history? These two books have ample narrative to make them engaging and facts to make them fascinating. They are worthy reading for potential historians.’ StoryLinks

‘Recommended for ages 9+, this series celebrates the strange, the whacky, and the bizarre.’ Better Reading

UPCOMING TOURS

I’ll be traveling all over Australia in the next few months. I’ll be visiting schools in regional WA (Kalgoorlie and Albany) and will be in Victoria and New South Wales for Children’s Book Week. Hope to see you on my upcoming travels!

This year is shaping up to be a busy one with lots of interstate tours now confirmed…and a brand-new book! Cover reveal soon. Hope to see you on my travels!

2024

Brisbane  – February 26 – March 1

Adelaide – July 22-26

Ipswich, Queensland – Story Arts Festival  – August 5-11

Perth – Children’s Book Week – August  12 – 16

Sydney – Children’s Book Week  – August 26 – 30

Perth – Children’s Book Week – August  12 – 16

Victoria Regional  Tour –  September 2 – 6

    

 

One Book, One School

This year for Book Week, Christmas Island District High School gave every student a copy of my new book, Our Country – Ancient Wonders. What a fab literary initiative!

 

Somerset Storyfest Festival

I’ve just returned from a two-week book tour in Queensland which included an invitation to present at the Somerset Storyfest A highlight was when I got to MC the sliming of my wife (and illustrator) Frané Lessac. It was all for a very good cause. Students at the school worked hard to raise money for Room to Read. Well done to them and well done to Frané and everyone who volunteered to be slimed.

Upcoming Tours

I’ll be traveling all over Australia in the next few months. I’ll be visiting schools in regional WA (Kalgoorlie and Albany) and will be in Victoria and New South Wales for Children’s Book Week. Hope to see you on my upcoming travels!