Written by Jeremy Strong
Illustrated by Scoular Anderson
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Interest Age 9+ Reading Age 8+. Jeremy Strong, creator of Streaker, the fastest and most out of control dog in the world, now brings readers Mad Iris. Iris is certainly a most unusual character. For a start she is an ostrich. In addition, she is an ostrich who prefers school to life on an ostrich farm. As a result, Mad Iris spends a lot of time in Pudding Lane School causing absolute chaos everywhere she goes.
Mad Iris tells of the ostrich’s first foray into an educational establishment and the chaos she causes Ross and Katie.
Mad Iris Goes Missing is also out now. There are jokes a-plenty in these two knockabout stories.
Mad Iris by Jeremy Strong
Interest Age 9+ Reading Age 8+. Refreshed and repackaged version of a bestselling title. A fantastic comedy featuring the maddest ostrich on the planet!
A crazy ostrich wreaks havoc at Ross and Katie's school. Mad Iris doesn't like the ostrich farm. She likes Pudding Lane School much better! But the men from the ostrich farm are hot on her trail - It's up to Ross and Katie to rescue her!
About the Author
More books by Jeremy Strong
Barrington Stoke Ltd
12th March 2012
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