Oakleaf Bearers

Oakleaf Bearers by John Flanagan

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John Flanagan

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John Flanagan is an Australian fantasy writer. Born May 22, 1944. He currently lives with his wife in Sydney. Prior to becoming a writer, John Flanagan was involved in the production of commercials and television spots. He was also a co-creator of the TV series Hey Daddy! (Hey Dad!). Work on The Ranger`s Apprentice began in the 1990s, when the author began writing short stories for his son Michael, who was then only 12 years old. Flanagan wanted to teach his son to read and tried to interest him in the characters he had invented. Michael was a short, weak boy, and all his companions were taller and stronger than him. Therefore, the father had another idea: he tried to show the child that a real hero (like the main character in the book, Will) does not have to be big and strong. The boy really liked the stories written by his father. In the early 2000s, when Michael was almost twenty-five years old, he was six feet tall, became a broad-shouldered and strong man, it turned o...

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John Flanagan is an Australian fantasy writer. Born May 22, 1944. He currently lives with his wife in Sydney. Prior to becoming a writer, John Flanagan was involved in the production of commercials and television spots. He was also a co-creator of the TV series Hey Daddy! (Hey Dad!). Work on The Ranger`s Apprentice began in the 1990s, when the author began writing short stories for his son Michael, who was then only 12 years old. Flanagan wanted to teach his son to read and tried to interest him in the characters he had invented. Michael was a short, weak boy, and all his companions were taller and stronger than him. Therefore, the father had another idea: he tried to show the child that a real hero (like the main character in the book, Will) does not have to be big and strong. The boy really liked the stories written by his father. In the early 2000s, when Michael was almost twenty-five years old, he was six feet tall, became a broad-shouldered and strong man, it turned out that he still loves "The Ranger`s Apprentice." My father decided to rework his stories into a novel. This is how the first book of the Gorlan Ruins series appeared. Currently, the Ranger`s Apprentice series has 12 books. In 2008, the Australian Publishers` Association recognized the seventh novel of this series, Erak`s Ransom, as Book of the Year in the Senior Children`s and International Success categories. The writer released books in several other cycles.