Rob Now A Critically Acclaimed Children’s Author!
TV presenter and voice-over guy Rob Harding is now the author of several critically acclaimed children’s books!
At this stage, none of Rob’s books have actually been published, so the critical acclaim only comes from Rob’s kids. His wife thinks they’re OK. His dog thinks they stink. (Which actually isn’t such a bad thing because she used to eat her own poopy.)
When Rob isn’t speaking into a microphone or making sock-puppets on TV, he is writing books for kids. When Rob grows up, he wants to be a polar bear.
Rob lives in Sydney, but is not a vegan*. He loves raspberries and chocolate and hates cooked carrots. Unless they are only small pieces in a soup or something. Just as long as you can’t really taste them. He puked once when he ate them as a kid. Rob does not do Karate or play the french horn.
Rob is not from Uganda. Or Poland. Rob did not tap dance for the Queen in grade six, and he does not have a pet lizard called Morris. He does have a ferret called Seamus (pronounced “Shame-us”.) Actually, no he doesn’t.
Rob does do voice-overs (mostly for television and radio ads – you have probably heard him on TV if you know what one of those is), and is one of the presenters on the BBC’s pre-school channel CBeebies. Rob is not one of the Wiggles.
You can listen to some of Rob’s voice over stuff and see some of his TV stuff on the home page of this site. You cannot watch a movie of Rob wrestling a giant llama at this link here, because it is just an underlined word. So is this.
Rob is made from completely recycled materials. Mostly plastic bottles and those bits that grow out of potatoes if you leave them in the cupboard too long.
Rob’s favourite animal is not a turkey. It’s a moose. Even though he’s never seen one, he thinks they would have a lot in common. If you are a moose, click here.
* A Vegan is a person who only eats leaves. And maybe hotdogs. Yes, Koalas are vegans. Did you know that Koalas are not bears? And tomato is a fruit?
Yeah? OK smarty pants, do you know the last animal in the dictionary?
Didn’t think so. It’s the zyzzyva. Look it up, it’s a weevil or something.