The Day of the Monster Pigeons by Steve Cole
  

Synopsis

The Day of the Monster Pigeons by Steve Cole

It's time for Freekham High's end of term play but something FOWL is afoot ...a weird gang of pigeons who seem to have a grudge against the school. If they're not dive-bombing the building, they're leaving a trail of disgustingly devastating droppings wherever they go! Can Sam and Sara find out what's behind the feathered furore? Or will they be overcome by the power of the poo? This hilariously surreal story is perfect for readers who prefer their humour a little on the dark side ...

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Another hilarious story in this series full of mystery and intrigue. You don't have to have read the others to enjoy this one but you'll probably want to Primary Times

About the Author

Steve Cole

Steve Cole was our Guest Editor in November 2011. Click here to find out more and see some of his favourite books.

He is a bestselling children's author and lifelong fan of Ian Fleming's James Bond. His other book series include Z. Rex, Thieves Like Us, Doctor Who and Astrosaurs, with collective sales of over three million copies. In other careers he has worked as an editor of books and magazines for readers of all ages. To see more author information click here.

You can see more Steve videos on his YouTube channel - click here.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
224 pages

Author

Steve Cole
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Author's Website

www.stevecolebooks.co.uk/

Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

7th July 2011

ISBN

9780192792761


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