My interview with author Deborah Abela
You might remember my previous blog about The day I met an author and got filmed for the MS Readathon. Deborah Abela and I had just finished our interviews and the cameramen had left to take shots around the school library. Deb and I had the classroom all to ourselves when she said, “Hey Jazzy, why don’t you interview me for your website?” Yippee! The next thing I knew, I was scribbling down my questions about her book called, Grimsdon. We filmed our piece with Deb's iPhone.
Grimsdon is a futuristic adventure tale about five kids who survive a massive wave that casts their home city into ruins. Isabella, Griffin, Bea, Raffy and Fly face many terrors, such as a sea monster beyond their imaginations and evil bounty hunters who serve a pirate named, Captain Sneddon. Xavier, a teenage boy who interrupts their plans for escaping, brings an invention of his – an Aerotrope. It comes to good use. This book leaves an important message about the environment and how governments should take better care of the planet.