The Demon Headmaster and the Prime Minister's Brain - 2 by Gillian Cross

The Demon Headmaster and the Prime Minister's Brain - 2

Written by Gillian Cross

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The story of how Dinah and her friends work against the Demon Headmaster continues as a new computer game arrives in the school and seems to take over the pupils. Even Dinah finds herself trapped in accessing the Prime Ministers private files as the Demon Headmaster swoops in on his new target.


The Demon Headmaster and the Prime Minister's Brain - 2 by Gillian Cross

Octopus Dare is the new computer game at school. But only Dinah is any good at it. She wins a place at the grand final, and she's over the moon. But there's something strange about it all that worries Dinah - so her friends come with her to the final. Before long they find themselves in trouble - facing their old enemy, the Demon Headmaster.

About the Author

Gillian Cross

Gillian Cross has won numerous literary prizes, including the Carnegie Medal, the Whitbread Children’s Novel Award (now the Costa), and the Smarties Prize.

Gillian Cross has been writing children’s books for over thirty years. Before that, she took English degrees at Oxford and Sussex Universities, and had various jobs including working in a village bakery and being an assistant to a Member of Parliament. She won the Carnegie Medal for Wolf, the Smarties Prize and the Whitbread Children’s Novel Award for The Great Elephant Chase; and the Little Rebels Award for After Tomorrow.

Read more about Gillian Cross and a Q&A with the author here.

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Oxford University Press

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3rd June 2004




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