Stinkbomb and Ketchup-Face and the Evilness of Pizza by John Dougherty


Stinkbomb and Ketchup-Face and the Evilness of Pizza by John Dougherty

Psst! Psst! Psssssst!!! OI, YOU!! Do you want to know a secret? Well? Do you? It's a good one ...honest. You'll never believe it. It's so unbelievably unbelievable and soooooo secret. You have to promise not to tell ANYONE. Well? Do you? Cross your heart and hope to die (or at least pass out for a few minutes). OK goes. You know those badgers? You'll never guess what they've been up to this time ...With more twists and turns than a pizza delivery guy on an oil slick, this amazing adventure will leave you hungry for more (pizza) ...


Great fun, especially when read aloud. Parents In Touch Highly recommended for boys and girls aged seven and up, and as a great bedtime story for fives and up. Making Them Readers blog Infectiously silly John Lloyd, The Book Bag Blog

About the Author

John Dougherty
JOHN DOUGHERTY lives in London. A supply teacher with plenty of experience of classroom activities in primary education, he is also a singer-songwriter with one CD already available - and has appeared on TV when his living room was designed in a Gothic style by Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen. In 2004, he also ran the London Marathon to raise funds for a charity to help children in care. This is his third book for the Young Corgi list. His first, ZEUS ON THE LOOSE, was shortlisted for the Branford Boase Award and JACK SLATER was shortlisted for the Ottaker's Children's Book Award, pre-publication.

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192 pages


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Publication date

1st January 2015



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