The Funny Fingers are Going on Holiday by Nikalas Catlow, Matthew Morgan, David Sinden
  

The Funny Fingers are Going on Holiday

Written by Nikalas Catlow, Matthew Morgan, David Sinden
Part of the The Funny Fingers Series

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I can’t look at the Funny Fingers without smiling. It’s a bonkers idea – photographs of fingers are turned into dramatis personae via the addition of inked in faces, arms and items of clothing - but it really works. The Fingers are proper characters and their adventures irresistible. Here they are off to Funworld for a much anticipated holiday, and it’s everything they’d hoped. They have fun on the beach, in the pool, and on the wacky race track. Even the accidental arrival of the Terrible Toes won’t spoil things. The Fingers’ happiness is contagious and their nutty holiday escapades will have everyone beaming! ~ Andrea Reece

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Synopsis

The Funny Fingers are Going on Holiday by Nikalas Catlow, Matthew Morgan, David Sinden

The Funny Fingers are an oddball family of digits who find fun and humour in everything around them. Even when their miserable neighbours, the Terrible Toes, try to spoil their happiness, the Funny Fingers manage to turn a mishap into an exciting adventure.

In this their third adventure, the Funny Fingers go on holiday to Funland. There are Spaghetti Slides, the Wacky Race Track, not to mention the Pirate Pool! But can they get the Terrible Toes to join the Funworld Fancy Dress Parade?

Packed with slapstick humour - fans will also love The Funny Fingers and The Funny Fingers Are Having a Party. Children and parents can also mimic characters with their own fingers as an additional activity while reading.

About the Author

Nikalas Catlow has been doodling and drawing since childhood, and received his MA in Children's Book Illustration. He is the author behind the Mega Mash-Up series. Matthew Morgan is an author of the YUCK series, Alien Invaders and Beastly Business, and his titles have been translated into 30 languages worldwide. He lives in Kent. David Sinden is one of the authors behind the hugely successful YUCK series (along with Matthew Morgan and Guy Macdonald). He lives in Kent.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Nikalas Catlow, Matthew Morgan, David Sinden
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Publisher

Egmont Books Ltd an imprint of Egmont UK Ltd

Publication date

4th June 2015

ISBN

9781405273664

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