Stinkbomb & Ketchup-Face and the Badness of Badgers
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|Format: ||Paperback, 192 pages|
|Other Information: ||Black & White|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 19 December 2013|
Winner of the Great Kerfuffle Best Book of Last Tuesday Hey you! No, not you - the person behind you. No, not him either. Left a bit, left a bit more ...You! Oh for goodness sake ...never mind ...Dear Everyone (including you!)! Welcome to the world of Great Kerfuffle! It's really great. And there's usually a kerfuffle (the clue's in the name really). Come and join our intrepid heroes Stinkbomb and Ketchup-Face as they set off on a highly dangerous and nail-biting adventure (or it may just be very silly and mildly perilous!). Oh, and there might be a few dodgy badgers hanging about too ...Meet the funniest collection of characters ever known to mankind in this stupendously hilarious book that will make you laugh your socks off, and quite possibly your ears too.
Beware of the badness . . . and the madness!
... a gigglefest from start to finish. * Minerva Reads Blog * An anarchic story of a brother-and-sister team * Lorna Bradbury, 'Christmas Books 2014: best children's books to read', The Telegraph * Full of good humour, this hilarious story will appeal to all young readers. * Ruth Swindon, The Best New Children's Books: Summer 2014 * Laugh out loud humour with some wonderful illustrations from David Tazzyman... make this a super read. * Kathy Lindsay, The School Librarian * A sure-fire winner * Imogen Russell Williams * Dougherty is very funny and I like an adventure that has a natter with itself, a postmodern novel for tweens... due to the novel's clever storytelling - you don't need to be Terry Eagleton to appreciate it. * Alex O'Connell, The Times Children's Book of the Week * This wonderfully zany story is perfectly paired with the scratchy stylings of David Tazzyman; ensuring fans of Mr Gum will be drawn to this story is a smart move. Sharp wit and genuinely funny storytelling keep everything moving along at a rattling speed. It's a short read, perfect for primary schools and could enchant a few reluctant older readers too. Clever, surprising and satisfyingly silly. * Katie Clapham, Booktrust * Even reluctant readers will be drawn in by the amusing pictures and the good use of varied font styles which makes the book appealing and not in the least daunting. Great fun, especially when read aloud. * Parents in Touch * I had to read this after hearing Owen laughing so much! This book should come with a warning - Be careful, this book will make you want to read aloud to strangers just to show how funny it is! * Sally Batten * We have just the last chapter to go. The class love it and wouldn't let me put it down. * Sian Downs, Year 4 teacher * This book is really funny - it's just hilarious. The start of the book was brilliant - it made me laugh out loud. In fact the whole book made me laugh out loud many times. I one hundred per cent think everyone else will like this book. * Owen, aged 8 * I thought this book was hilarious. I read it in one go as the story was so funny. Warning: Side effects include tears of laughter, crazy laughing and aching cheeks! This book must be read in one go as it is so good and you won't be able to put it down. * Charlotte, aged 9 *
Oxford University Press|
18.8 x 12.9 x 1.5 centimetres (0.16 kg)|
5-9 years |