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Rachel Hamilton studied at Oxford and Cambridge and has put her education to good use working in an ad agency, a comprehensive school, a building site and a men's prison. Her interests are books, films, stand-up comedy and cake, and she loves to make people laugh, especially when it's intentional rather than accidental. Her debut novel, The Case of the Exploding Loo, won the Worcestershire Awesomest Book Award and was runner up in the Emirates Festival of Literature First Fiction Award, as well as being nominated for the Leeds Book Awards and the Redbridge Children's Book Awards.
`'A quirky and fun story for those just moving on from traditional picture books'' TheBookBag blog `'terrifically funny and wonderfully absurd'' Alex Milway, This Book is Funny `'a laugh-out loud gem ... Read it and giggle'' Minerva Reads blog `'This is a very funny story with the 'feel good' factor introducing a really likeable title character.'' Primary Times `'Original, witty, and plenty of humour... a great read.'' My Book Corner `'A nice book for confident readers in KS1'' The School Librarian