Zebedee Zing, Taster to the King by Damon Burnard
  

Synopsis

Zebedee Zing, Taster to the King by Damon Burnard

Once upon a time, in a land three bus rides away, there lived a boy named Zebedee Zing...Children want to be all sorts of things when they grow up, but Zebedee Zing doesn't mind what job he does as long as he can chomp and chew, and guzzle and gulp, all day long. So when the vacancy for 'Taster to the King' becomes available, it seems that Zebedee is perfect. But Zebedee soon proves to be just a little too good at his job for the king's liking...Once again, Damon Burnard has used his unique and quirky humour to create a zany character in an unreal world, in a completely credible story!

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The Jets series deserves credit for imaginative integration of text and pictures. The Sunday Times

About the Author

Damon Burnard completed a Fine Art Degree at the Bath Academy of Arts in 1985. He has since had work displayed in exhibitions in Bath and London, and has done cartoon strips featured in 'The Guardian' and 'Private Eye'. Damon enjoys illustrating children's books but would also like to write.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages
Interest Age: From 7 To 11

Author

Damon Burnard
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Publisher

HarperCollins Children's Books an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
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Publication date

1st March 1999

ISBN

9780006753568


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