Author: Stelzer, Cameron Format:
(198mm X 129mm)
312 pages Publisher: DAYDREAM PRESS Published: 19/02/2019 ISBN: 9780648280422 RRP: $16.95 inc GST Now $14.50 Add to cart Catalogue Number: 252
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Calling all talented students. The Shark Tooth Talent Quest is on again. Do you have what it takes to amaze an audience? Are you a superstar in the making? Take to the stage with knife-throwing crocs, sleep-dancing sloths and singing seagulls. And that’s not to mention the headline act: Nora the Magnificent. But when Mischief McScruff teams up with his friends for a sea shanty gangster rap about the Hungry Hairy Sea Monster, talent quickly turns to TERROR! Prepare to clap, cheer, shout and scream in the Scallywags’ third tremendous adventure.
“If you read only one book this year make sure it’s the new best-seller from what’s-his-name. Whatever you do, stay right away from Scallywags and the Hungry Hairy Sea Monster. It is a silly, silly book with silly, silly characters who say silly, silly things. On the silliness scale it rates a super-silly five-out-of-five tap dancing carrots.”
Nora Nibblesworth (AKA Nora the Magnificent)
WARNING: This book contains references to rotten bananas.
Book 3 in the Scallywags series by the award-winning author of the Pie Rats series.
Cameron Stelzer is an Australian author and illustrator with a passion for creating exciting children’s books and fostering a love of reading, writing and creativity in young people. He is one of Australia’s favourite children’s authors with books that engage, inspire and excite children. Cameron’s books include the internationally award-winning Pie Rats series, the fun and zany Scallywags series, how-to-draw publications, and the Stroogle picture book series. Cameron’s books have won many awards including the American Fiction Awards (Juvenile Fiction), International Book Awards, IndieReader Discovery Awards, Book Excellence Awards and the National Indie Excellence Awards. Brisbane, Queensland.
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