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New York Times best-selling author Bradley Trevor Greive, author of the modern classic The Blue Day Book, is a household name in thirty-five countries. His seven prior books have won awards worldwide and sold more than 10 million copies. Born in Australia, Bradley spent most of his childhood living in the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, and Singapore. A graduate of Australia's Royal Military College, he served as a paratroop platoon commander before leaving the army to pursue more creative misadventures. Also an award-winning artist, cartoonist, poet, toy designer, screenwriter, inventor, and qualified Cosmonaut, Bradley lives mostly in Sydney, Australia.