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Hotdog: Party Time

by Anh Do

It’s Kev’s birthday, so Hotdog and Lizzie are throwing him a surprise party! There’ll be cake, games and magic tricks! But will a rude rooster and a cranky donkey ruin the day?

About the author

Anh Do (born 2 June 1977) is a Vietnamese-born Australian author, actor and comedian. He has appeared on many Australian TV shows such as Thank God You’re Here and Good News Week, and was runner-up on Dancing With The Stars in 2007. He studied a combined Business Law degree at the University of Technology, Sydney.

He is the brother of film director Khoa Do and has acted in several of Khoa’s films, including Footy Legends, which he co-wrote and produced. In 2012, his TV show Anh Does Vietnam began airing.


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01 June, 2017

About Anh Do

Anh’s best-selling memoir The Happiest Refugee has won numerous awards, including Indie Book of the Year and the ABIA Book of the Year, 2011. Anh’s picture book The Little Refugee, illustrated by Bruce Whatley, was named an Honour Book by the CBCA in 2012. Anh’s hugely popular TV show ANH DOES VIETNAM was the highest rated show when it screened last year, and the recent follow-up ANH DOES BRITAIN screened in July, again to huge ratings. Anh has also written two books for younger readers, Weirdo and Weirdo 2: Even Weirder.  



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