The Book of Me by Adam Frost
  

The Book of Me

Written by Adam Frost
Illustrated by Sarah Ray

5+ readers   Fascinating Facts   7+ readers   Books for Boys   
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This is a scrapbook with a difference. Yes, readers are asked to record the usual information about themselves, from their height to what kind of house they live in to their dream holiday, but it also tests how ambidextrous they are, and how embarrassing Mum is. At the same time it’s packed with all sorts of unusual and interesting facts on all sorts of things from swimming pools to board games. It’s great fun and kids are likely to return to this book long after the write-in pages have been completed. ~ Andrea Reece

Synopsis

The Book of Me by Adam Frost

Are you ready for another EPIC book from the winner of the Blue Peter Book Award 2016 (Best Book with Facts)?

If you ran your school, what would the rules be? Would you rather talk to animals, or speak every language in the world? How fast can you run? Answer these questions and much more, with real life comparisons - how do you compare to an animal, another human, or even your parents?

Collect your own data and enjoy silly facts, quizzes, and scrapbook activities. Write, draw, cut-out and fully make this book about you!

About the Author

Adam Frost

Adam Frost is one of the UK's most exciting new children's writers. His stories can be found in print, online and in exhibitions and installations. He has been nominated for the Ottakar's (now Waterstone's) Children's Book Prize. Read a Q&A with the author here.

Author photo © Bloomsbury Childrens an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

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Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

Adam Frost
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Author's Website

adam-frost.com/index.html

Publisher

Bloomsbury Childrens an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

6th April 2017

ISBN

9781408876817

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