Creature Teacher Goes Wild by Sam Watkins

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Something's out of control in the classroom! Jake and his class are going to the opening of Wilf's Wild Adventure Theme Park. Things get a bit too wild, though, when Jake's teacher - Mr Hyde - ends up turning into Creature and causing chaos! Jake and his friends will have to find Creature and get him to turn back into Mr Hyde before the truth about their teacher gets out. It's going to be a rollercoaster of an adventure!


Creature Teacher Goes Wild by Sam Watkins


'A hilarious story which turns the tables on normal expectations EL A crazy but fun read, enlivened by the illustrations.'

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192 pages


Sam Watkins
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Oxford University Press

Publication date

6th August 2015




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