Boggle the Gymboot Bird

Gently humorous and inspirational, this beautifully colour-illustrated Australian book is for children aged 5-8 and is about Boggle, a young kookaburra who can't fly. While taking his first walk to try out his new shoes, he soon finds himself in trouble. Fortunately, other creatures in the forest come to his aid and become Boggle's friends.

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About Inge Meldgaard

After moving house many times, I now live on the outskirts of Melbourne in an unusual old house surrounded by trees and a garden full of native birds, where I spend a great deal of my time. I was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, and migrated to Australia in 1957 with my family. My father obtained a position as an engineer in the small country town of Yallourn, where we lived until I attended Monash University in Melbourne in 1971.

Having completed a degree in Botany and Genetics, I worked in social welfare, politics and education until returning to study urban sociology at postgraduate level in 1984 at Swinburne University. I once again studied at postgraduate level in 1989, but this time in information technology. Since then, and until I retired in 2006, I worked in various IT fields, the last position being as a departmental IT Manager at Monash University.

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