My Uncle Foulpest: Dinosaur Disaster by Timothy Knapman
  

My Uncle Foulpest: Dinosaur Disaster

Written by Timothy Knapman
Illustrated by Sarah Horne

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Foulpest returns - our unlikely hero in the form of an ogre! Welcome back to Wally’s world - a hilarious offering of ogre uncles, evil weevils and more! My Uncle Foulpest: Dinosaur Disaster is the hilarious second instalment in the series by Timothy Knapman. Bringing more mad-cap adventures from Wally and Foulpest - an ogre with the best intentions who never quite gets it right! - young readers will giggle with glee.

With adorable and hilarious illustrations by Sarah Horne, this is a surefire winner for young fans of humour, with two stories in one brilliant package.

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Synopsis

My Uncle Foulpest: Dinosaur Disaster by Timothy Knapman

Wally has chicken-pox and is desperate not to miss his best friend's birthday party - and Foulpest reckons he knows exactly how to make him better. Unfortunately, though his magic medicine gets rid of Wally's spots, it has a surprise side-effect...Wally has grown a dinosaur's tail. Desperate to get rid of the tail in time for the party, it's off to the doctor, where much hilarity ensues...

The second story in this volume features Wally's school trip to a haunted house - where Uncle Foulpest helps exact revenge on the school bully, by fair means or foul...

Click here for the first Foulpest title.

Reviews

Praise for My Uncle Foulpest - Teacher Trouble:

“Will make 6-9s titter and say “eurgh!” and wish for scab salad in their sandwiches at sleepovers. Or maybe not." Nicolette Jones, The Sunday Times

Praise for Mungo and the Picture Book Pirates:

“A thrilling adventure” - The Guardian

“laugh-out-loud funny!” - The Bookseller

About the Author

Timothy Knapman

Timothy Knapman is a children’s writer, lyricist and playwright. His children’s books have been translated into twelve languages and include Soon, illustrated by Patrick Benson, Time Now To Dream, illustrated by Helen Oxenbury, Dinosaurs Don't Have Bedtimes, illustrated by Nikki Dyson, and the bestselling Mungo and the Picture Book Pirate series. His titles have often been featured on CBeebies Bedtime Stories. He lives in Weybridge, Surrey. Read more about the author here.

Photo credit: Robin Farquhar-Thomson

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Timothy Knapman
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Author's Website

www.timothyknapman.co.uk/

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Publisher

Simon & Schuster Childrens Books an imprint of Simon & Schuster Ltd

Publication date

15th March 2012

ISBN

9781847389725

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