Mega Mash-up: Secret Agents v Giant Slugs in the Jungle by Nikalas Catlow, Tim Wesson
  

Mega Mash-up: Secret Agents v Giant Slugs in the Jungle

Written by Nikalas Catlow, Tim Wesson
Part of the Mega Mash-Up Series Series

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Draw your own adventure! The secret agents and the giant slugs are fighting it out in the jungle. It’s exciting, it’s funny and it’s disgusting! Can you the reader help them to finish it off? There are lots of creative ideas in place as well as scope for all young readers to create more!

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Synopsis

Mega Mash-up: Secret Agents v Giant Slugs in the Jungle by Nikalas Catlow, Tim Wesson

What if some tiny slugs fell into a pool of weird goo and became Giant Slugs? What if some Secret Agents were sent into the Jungle to check it out? Would the Giant Slugs take over the world? Or would the Secret Agents vanquish them with their secret weapon? You'll have to finish the illustrations and find out...

About the Author

Nikalas Catlow, Tim Wesson

Nikalas Catlow and Tim Wesson are the newly-formed author and illustrator team behind the Mega Mash-Up series. They write and draw together and laugh a lot. They met when Nikalas, who was working as a designer, thought Tim would be a good illustrator for some books he was working on ... and then found out that they lived across the road from one another in Brockley, in South East London. A pint led to an idea and an idea led to a partnership. With a background combining design, illustration and animation, Nikalas and Tim are developing their own brand of anarchic boysy humour and plan to take over the children's book universe.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: From 6

Author

Nikalas Catlow, Tim Wesson
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Publisher

Nosy Crow Ltd

Publication date

5th July 2012

ISBN

9780857631039

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