Chicken Mission: The Curse of Fogsham Farm by
  

Chicken Mission: The Curse of Fogsham Farm

Written by
Illustrated by Hannah George
Part of the Chicken Mission Series

5+ readers   

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In this latest hen-sational adventure with Agent Cluckbucket can Amy, Boo and Ruth find a way to stop Fox and Fangula and their army of zombie chickens before it's too late? Another brilliant adventure for animal loveing readers of 7+.

Synopsis

Chicken Mission: The Curse of Fogsham Farm by

'Chickens: we've got a vampire problem.'

In the lonely village of Fogsham, vampire mink Stella von Fangula, has risen from the grave. Her aim: to suck the blood of chickens in a bid for eternal life. In an attempt to stop Fangula, Professor Rooster orders his elite chicken squad to the scene. What he hasn't bargained on is the devious plotting of his archrival, Thaddeus E Fox and his most wanted gang of criminals.

About the Author

Jennifer Gray is a barrister and author of the popular Atticus Claw series and Guinea Pigs Online. She lives in London and Scotland with her husband and four children, and of course Henry, a friendly but enigmatic cat.

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Format

Paperback
208 pages

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Publisher

Faber & Faber

Publication date

2nd April 2015

ISBN

9780571298297

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