Nelson 2: Broccoli and Spies

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Broccoli battles: Read an extract from Nelson 2: Broccoli and Spies by Andrew Levins and Katie Kear

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15 December 2020

Broccoli battles: Read an extract from Nelson 2: Broccoli and Spies by Andrew Levins and Katie Kear

Synopsis

The second book in the totally outrageous adventures of Nelson Hunter – the boy who hates vegetables. Featuring a serious spy mystery and an epic broccoli-fuelled battle! Nelson is a hilarious illustrated junior fiction series from DJ, food writer, TEDx speaker, charity founder and all-round funny guy, Andrew Levins. After Nelson discovers his nemesis – vegetables – are actually the key to his superpowers, he's determined to learn the truth about his family's secret. But Nelson has other questions too. Like what is the mysterious flying machine at his grandparents' farm? And will he really have to eat broccoli to save the day? Yuck!
Katie Kear
About the author

Katie Kear

Katie Kear is a young British illustrator and has been creating artwork for as long as she can remember. She loves creating new worlds and characters, and hopes to spread joy and happiness with her illustrations! As a child, her favourite memories always involved reading. Whether it was reading her first picture books with her mother before bed, and imagining new stories for the characters, or as an older child reading chapter books into the night, she remembers always having a love for books! This is what made her pursue her career in illustration. In her spare time she loves drawing, adventures in nature, chocolate, stationery, the smell of cherries and finding new inspirational artists!

Books by Katie Kear

Andrew Levins
About the author

Andrew Levins

Andrew Levins has been a DJ since he was a teenager, and a food writer for almost as long. He cut his teeth as one of the inaugural DJs on FBi radio, plays most major Australian music festivals and hosts the longest-running hip-hop night in Sydney. His articles have been published by the Sydney Morning Herald, ABC Life, VICE, SBS, Good Food Guide and Time Out. In 2007 he co-founded the youth music charity Heaps Decent (with Diplo and Nina Las Vegas), and in 2009 he was named one of Sydney’s 100 Most Influential People by the Sydney Morning Herald. Since then he’s had two kids, run a successful restaurant, released a cookbook and started no less than five podcasts. The Nelson series are his first books for children.

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