Squirrel Boy vs. the Squirrel Hunter by Dave Lowe
  

Squirrel Boy vs. the Squirrel Hunter

Written by Dave Lowe
Illustrated by James Cate
Part of the Squirrel Boy Series

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Walter Kettle is just an ordinary boy until he is bitten on the bottom by a radioactive squirrel. From that moment, whenever he eats a nut, Walter Kettle becomes... Squirrel Boy! After recovering from his recent gruesome battle with the Bogeyman, Squirrel Boy is called back into action and forced to face his most fearsome foe: the Squirrel Hunter.

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Squirrel Boy vs. the Squirrel Hunter by Dave Lowe

Walter Kettle is just an ordinary boy until he is bitten on the bottom by a radioactive squirrel. From that moment, whenever he eats a nut, Walter Kettle becomes...Squirrel Boy! With the help of his ferocious elderly neighbour, Mrs Onions, Walter finds himself fighting crime and this hilarious new series for 6-10s about a totally unlikely superhero. After recovering from his recent gruesome battle with the Bogeyman, Squirrel Boy is called back into action and forced to face his most fearsome foe: the Squirrel Hunter. The Squirrel Hunter has been terrorising squirrels in the local park, but the squirrel tail he most wants to nail to his wall is Walter's. Will Walter be able to save the rapidly depleting squirrel population and, most importantly, his own skin? Ilustrated in comics style panels by Cate James.

About the Author

Born in Dudley in the West Midlands, Dave Lowe taught English for four years in a high school for disadvantaged kids in Istanbul, and has also worked in Malaysia and Australia. He is married with two daughters. When he was younger, Dave also had a pet hamster, but he didn't talk so much.

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Format

Paperback
140 pages

Author

Dave Lowe
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Publisher

Phoenix Yard Books

Publication date

7th May 2015

ISBN

9781907912733

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