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Get it by Thu, 21 Jun - Wed, 27 Jun from Wantirna South, VIC
In William's first book A MAN'S GOT TO HAVE A HOBBY he wrote about family life in the 1960s with humour, affection and honesty. WORSE THINGS HAPPEN AT SEA does the same for family life in 2000s; written by William and Sarah in a way that many Australians can relate to and enjoy. This book celebrates the wonderful, messy, haphazard things in life - bringing home babies from hospital, being a friend, a parent, son or daughter, and dog obedience classes. It's about living for twenty years in the family home, raising children there, chasing angry rabbits around the backyard, revations that never end. It is also about understanding that sometimes you have to say goodbye; that is part of life too. Illustrated throughout with Sarah Watt's photographs of family life and beautiful but everyday objects.
William McInnes is established in his ability both as a columnist and author in writing pieces that celebrate life whilst encompassing the wide emotions and situations being human can bring. His bestselling titles are 'A Man's Got To Have A Hobby', 'Cricket Kings', That'd Be Right', and 'The Making of Modern Australia'. Sarah Watt investigates the same themes in her films and writing. She studied fine art at the Phillip Institute, Melbourne, and is an AFI award-winning filmmaker who has been working as a writer, director and producer for over twenty years. Her films have won major international awards, including at the Venice, and Toronto film festivals. Her work is represented in the permanent collection at MOMA, New York. She has recently also completed the children s picture book, 'Clem Always Could'. William and Sarah collaborated on the acclaimed film Look Both Ways. They live in Melbourne with their two children.