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Scott, Eric

Eric Scott was born in Nottingham in the UK but has lived in Australia for 35 years, 22 of them in Brisbane. His “day job” is journalism, but is also known as a prolific playwright, author and theatre critic. He does a regular theatre review and preview spot on the Spectrum arts program on radio 4EB, 98.1 FM, at noon each Friday and runs his own entertainment web page at He has had two books of teenage plays published as well as novels in the adult, teenage and primary school fields. He is also an actor and director with more than 50 productions under his belt.
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The Great Fairytale Robbery

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Sarah and Julie switch on the television: instead of the movie they expect, they see a crowd of their favourite storybook characters, including Cinderella, Puss-in-Boots, Aladdin, Bo Peep and Hansel and Gretel, calling out for help. So the two girls step into the fantasy world beyond the TV screen and find themselves involved in a battle of wits against the witchlike Studio Head, whose ambition is to destroy all books. Oz, Julie's lifesize rag doll, dreams up a plan to save the fairytale people from fading away ... to Studio Head's dismay.