Written by Dominic Barker
Part of the Blart Series
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A second story about Blart, a fifteen year old who has already saved the world from the evil Zoltab. Now Blart embarks on a second set of hair-raising adventures which he is tricked into having lost a game of Muggins to Uther Slywort. Blart’s adventures are ridiculous, exciting – and always involve a pig.
This is the second title in the series that also includes Blart and Blart 3: The Boy Who Set Sail on a Questionable Quest.
Blart 2 by Dominic Barker
Just as Blart is settling down to enjoy his teenage years on a fabulous pig farm with the proceeds from saving the world, Capablanca returns - with bad news. A terrible oversight in his world-saving research has led to accusations of no less than collusion with evil Zoltab himself. Now he is a wanted man - and so, by association, is Blart.
About the Author
More books by Dominic Barker
Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
15th January 2007
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