Collins Big Cat The Monster Joke Book: Band 12/Copper by Shoo Rayner
  

Synopsis

Collins Big Cat The Monster Joke Book: Band 12/Copper by Shoo Rayner

What do monsters eat for breakfast? Dreaded Wheat! is just one joke from this extended collection of monster jokes that are arranged by theme. Some jokes will be familiar to children and some will make them groan with delight. Colourful pictures help bring the jokes to life. * Copper/ Band 12 books provide more complex plots and longer chapters that develop reading stamina. * Text type - A joke book. * An advert for a 'Monster comedy night' is included on pages 30 and 31. This can be used to help readers think about how they might promote their own Monster Comedy Night. * Curriculum links - ICT: Combining text and graphics. * This book is paired with a non-fiction book on a similar theme: Weird Little Monsters by Nic Bishop.

About the Author

Shoo Rayner

Shoo Rayner began his career as an illustrator in a garden shed near Machynlleth. He drew for Michael Morpurgo and Rose Impey, but editors kept encouraging him to write. Many years, and over 175 books later, Shoo, well known for his many fast-paced series for newly confident readers, has been building a worldwide following for his award winning how-to-draw videos on YouTube. Shoo Lives in the Forest of Dean with his wife and three cats.

Photo taken from publisher's website.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
Contains Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 6

Author

Shoo Rayner
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Author's Website

www.shoorayner.com/

Publisher

Collins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collins.co.uk

Publication date

4th January 2007

ISBN

9780007230754


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