Two Weeks with the Queen

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Pan Macmillan Australia, Sep 1, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 144 pages
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Dear Your Majesty the Queen,

I need to speak to you urgently about my brother Luke. He's got cancer and the doctors in Australia are being really slack. If I could borrow your top doctor for a few days I know he/she would fix things up in no time. Of course Mum and Dad would pay his/her fares even if it meant selling the car or getting a loan. Please contact me at the above address urgently.

Yours sincerely,

Colin Mudford.

PS: This is not a hoax. Ring the above number and Aunty Iris will tell you. Hang up if a man answers.

If you want something done properly, Colin reckons, go straight to the top!

After all, if the Queen can't help, who can?

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Review: Two Weeks with the Queen (Cascades)

User Review  - Ella - Goodreads

It was very interesting that the it was written in a na´ve perspective and how this young boy was thrown in the wold of serious problems. Read full review

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User Review  - Sheena Mcmullen - Goodreads

As a kids book it is good. Read it in a day. A nice light read that touches on some issues in a way that is sensitive for a young reader to read Read full review

About the author (2010)

Morris Gleitzman grew up in England and came to Australia when he was 16. He was a frozen chicken thawer, sugar mill rolling stock unhooker, fashion industry trainee, student, department store Santa, TV producer, newspaper columnist and freelance screen-writer. Then in 1985 he wrote a novel for young people. Now he's a children's author.

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