The Great Farty Slob Beast by Charlie Farley
  

The Great Farty Slob Beast

Written by Charlie Farley

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There’s monstrous fun to be had in this raucous picture book! Sisters Molly, Amy and Lola are bored; Mum’s busy so sends them to Dad who warns the three, ‘bored children get monsters to play with!’ Sure enough, a huge, hairy, scruffy creature appears and threatens to eat them up until quick-thinking Molly suggests a day out instead. A whistle stop tour of London follows, and an exciting time is had by all even though Dad – sorry, the Beast – manages to disgrace himself everywhere and particularly pungently just as the queen passes by! Kids will very much enjoy this and it’s great to see the rowdier side of dads being celebrated for once. ~ Andrea Reece

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Synopsis

The Great Farty Slob Beast by Charlie Farley

'Bored children get monsters to play with, not Dad.' So begins this riotous, rhyming adventure as The Great Farty Slob Beast threatens to gobble up Molly and her two little sisters. Will Molly's plan to distract the Slob Beast with a hilarious day-trip to London be enough to stop his greedy plans?

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Format

Paperback

Author

Charlie Farley
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Publisher

Wacky Bee Books

Publication date

14th September 2015

ISBN

9780993110962

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